THE NAKED TRUTH ABOUT MADONNA’S PHOTO OP

Yesterday, a photo posted by Madonna on Instagram went viral on the Net ….

Well, it was a phony, just as she herself is!

Below is the photo and the naked truth about its source

The photo of a Jewish and Arab man nearly kissing.

The photo of a Jewish and Arab man nearly kissing.

The photo is actually of two Israeli Jews: Imri Kalmann, 28, and Dekel Aiden, 24, two Tel Aviv party promoters who host a periodic gay club party called Dreck.

Mystery Solved! Madonna Viral Instagram Pic Was Israeli Gay Party Ad

Sorry, Madonna fans, but the Material Girl’s provocative Instagram photo of a Jewish man and an Arab man about to lock lips isn’t quite what it seems.

The photo is actually of two Israeli Jews: Imri Kalmann, 28, and Dekel Aiden, 24, two Tel Aviv party promoters who host a periodic gay club party called Dreck.

“I am not really Orthodox and he is not really Palestinian,” said Kalmann.

The picture first appeared last summer on a poster promoting a Dreck party in Tel Aviv. Kalmann said his team planned on something racier, but changed its concept after the start of Israel’s war with Gaza.

“We decided to do a photo shoot to say something that we feel regarding the war.”

In the picture, Kalmann is wearing a skullcap with Hebrew lettering and fake side curls that he purchased at a costume shop. Aiden is wearing a keffiyeh, or Palestinian national scarf, from Nazareth.

The poster was controversial at the time.

“Some understood the humor and liked it and appreciated it,” said Kalmann. “Some thought that in the middle of the war, when missiles were falling in Tel Aviv and people are in the war that it was not a time for peaceful homosexual posters. I don’t agree. I think that is the time to do it.”

Madonna’s Instagram post also raised hackles of her followers, most of whom apparently took it as authentic display of cross-cultural affection.

“You do not know at all what is happening here in Israel. Do not post such a picture here again,” one wrote.

Others were supportive: “Love is love my friends — doesn’t matter if you are Jewish or Muslim or whatever.”

Kalmann said that he was “shocked” when he saw Madonna post his photo on her feed. He has been to five of her concerts. “I really, really love Madonna.”

He said he has no idea how she found the image — but is happy the world is seeing it.

“I am very, very excited I have an opportunity to show this message to so many people and I thank Madonna for this.”

Dreck has stirred controversy in the past when it published a photo of a staged ISIS beheading to promote one of its parties. The group later apologized on Facebook.

Source

This was not the first time false images were published to ‘promote peace’ … 

(From the archives)

RICKI ROSEN Staged: Ricki Rosen’s photograph meant to depict an Israeli boy and a Palestinian boy in Jerusalem has been reproduced hundreds of times.

RICKI ROSEN
Staged: Ricki Rosen’s photograph meant to depict an Israeli boy and a Palestinian boy in Jerusalem has been reproduced hundreds of times.

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 EVEN A FAKE IMAGE CAN BE AN INSPIRATION FOR PEACE

6 Comments

  1. lolathecur said,

    May 20, 2015 at 10:57

    Just as I said in first post of this image. Madonna has always promoted the gay agenda.

  2. joekano76 said,

    May 20, 2015 at 22:39

    Reblogged this on TheFlippinTruth.

  3. piscean2014 said,

    May 21, 2015 at 00:47

    I say, so what? If the image can possibly get enough people to think about the message, perhaps it will show the religious hypocrites on BOTH sides for who they really are; instigators of hatred stemming from their own personal spiritual immaturity.

  4. R Davis said,

    May 21, 2015 at 02:43

    This is about the ever & attention seeking, aging Madonna.

  5. piscean2014 said,

    May 21, 2015 at 11:55

    And how many people in that business (and politics) are NOT narcissists? It’s almost like narcissism is a requirement for success. Obama, Bill Clinton, Rush Limbaugh and Glenn Beck are perfect examples.

    So many the common people “without a life” and without any path of their own are just looking for some form of guidance; some one or some thing to worship, and yet while it is all idolatry (and the narcissists are always welcome to step into that role), it’s really sad that so many of the sheeple need to “follow” these ersatz gods.

    But regarding the Ricki Rosen’s photo, in particular, photo, like reciting a mantra, if enough people do it, those unconscious people in population start to overlook their own lens of hatred and begin the process of acceptance. Regarding Madonna’s photo, the Arab/Israeli peace implications are fine, but the gay implications still fly in the face of God.

    Gays may be creatures of God, but just because we are tempted to do something doesn’t always mean we should do it. That’s the only problem I have with her photo.

  6. May 22, 2015 at 03:55

    There is no both sides to this situation. Israel has always had sayanims and such in Gaza doing her work, which obviously includes well timed rocket launches (because it definitely only serves her interests when they hit empty streets as it justifies her rabid response and killing untold numbers of innocents). Quotes across the decades have exposed the views Israelis have of anyone not like themselves including Ethiopian Jews.

    It’s just surreal.


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