It became common to see images used to serve any agenda mostly because no one takes the time to check to see who the photographer is, where and when the image was shot and most of all what it is about.
For instance since three years I keep on receiving a picture coming with a heartbreaking comment mentioning that this is "an Iraqi girl in an orphanage missing her mother, so she drew her and fell asleep inside her after respectfully removing her shoes outside."
Of course it is impossible te remain insensitive when you read such words.
The problem is that according the conflict going on, the orphanage is either in Iraq or in Syria therefore it is raising questions, mostly when this pictures comes in endless chains on social medias.
While searching on Google Search Image I found the name of the talented Iranian photographer who made this shot.
Bahareh Bisheh is an Art student living in Isfahan, on her flickr account she explains:
"This little girl is my cousin and she actually fe...