Monday, December 11, 2006

Regime alters photos



It is not just al-Reuters which doctors photos to further its own agenda. Look closely at the above pictures to see how banners are altered by the regime. The first one is by AP news agency and the 2nd one is by the regime's news service ISNA, and they are both from yesterday students' demonstration against the regime. The first pictures' banners are blurry and unreadable and analysis of the second photo shows that the banner is about the criticism of president Immadinjihad.

Some pictures of this protest by regime's ISNA

عکسهای دستکاری شده ایسنا از تظاهرات دانشجویان دانشگاه امیرکبیر تهران

4 comments:

آ.ز.اد.ه. said...

سلام
عکسها خوب بالا نمی اد ممکنه یه جه دیگه آپلودش بکنین یا ایمیل کنین اگه پررویی نباشه البته

Michael said...

Sounds like the Iranian regime is up on their Orwell.
"He who controls the present, controls the future. He who controls the past, controls the present."

I guess the photos came from the "Ministry of Truth?"

na said...

it does not surprise me.you?

Michael said...

I'm sorry, I got the quote wrong. It should be:
"He who controls the past, controls the future. He who controls the present, controls the past."

It's the same point, and no, it does not surprise me.