It is disturbing how willingly we will share photographs from one situation and pass them off as new images of another.
We have witnessed this repeatedly this week as France stepped up its bombing campaign against ISIS.
It is not beyond the realm of possibility that there have been civilian casualties as a result of this action.
However, every one of the phtotographs provided as evidence has on investigation turned out to be several months old. Some actually depict the victims of the regime’s bombardments.
Using photographs of one conflict to depict another is not just unethical, but also alters the historical narrative. Who nowadays recalls the crimes of the regime?