reply to post by jude11
So . . . after perusing this thread, let's see if I have this correct.
The OP uses an Iranian source with an accusitory title, claiming to ask for an honest explanation of the photo. Also claims to know nothing about the
holiday they are celebrating and wondering if the holiday is related to 9/11(which a simple google search would have uncovered to be not the case).
Then, more than one poster explains that Purim is the equivalent to our Halloween, thus the costumes. The original source is discovered, which
explains that the parents "thought" a good "twin" costume would be the Twin Towers. Said source receives complaints from Israelis that the
picture/costumes are in very poor taste and the source pulls the pics. However, not before the Iranians get the image and claim it's proof of Israel
"celebrating" the towers coming down . . . and further proof they were behind it.
In spite of these facts, the outrage/confirmation bias of the participants of this thread cling to the Iranian version of the story, as opposed to
chastising the actual parents that thought this to be a clever "twin" costume. Including the author of the thread, who still claims he was "just
asking an honest question" and "looking for an explanation". Got it.
And people wonder why the general public won't take anyone seriously when they question the inconsistancies surrounding 9/11 . . . No wonder the US is
going to sh . . .
Also, further proof that this site's motto circled the drain and is nonexistent in the present day.
edit on 3/7/13 by solomons path because:
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