Egyptian dictator “doctor” press picture before election

Egyptian paper doctors peace talks photo in favor of Mubarak.

This manipulated picture shows Egyptian President taking the lead in World matters.

The official newspaper of the Egyptian government Al-Ahram was caught on Tuesday tampering with pictures.

The Egyptian paper published a manipulated picture from the present “peace talks” between Israel and the Arab Palestinians, where the dictator president of Egypt were called in as a mediator.

‪‪The propaganda picture shows the Egyptian president walking at forefront on the red carpet during peace talks launch ceremony.‬‬

The real picture from the "peace talks" in Washington.

The original photo showing the leaders walking the red carpet at the launch ceremony depicts US President Barack Obama leading the other four leaders with Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak walking on the far-left of the line.

The fabricated photo published in Al-Ahram

Not everyone in Egypt was content with the tampered photography. On the contrary. Many competitor websites celebrated Al-Ahram’s misfortune at being caught in the act.

A Facebook group criticizing the doctored photo was even started and has garnered hundreds of members.

“The government always embarrasses itself,” wrote one of the group’s members. “We hope to receive a response from Al-Ahram regarding the fake,” wrote another member.

Yet another of the Facebook group’s members wrote, “Everything in the press is forgery and a lie.”

Source: Ynetnews.com

My comment:

The most famous propaganda ministry of all times were built by the Russians.

Communist Russia just deleted person they wanted to silence. Such person were removed both from official pictures, and from the face of the Earth.

That the Egyptian dictator wants to portray Him self as a great leader, is understandable. Because no one is greater fortune tellers than the Arabian people.

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