I want to introduce any of you who haven't heard of it to something called TinEye (www.tineye.com). The next time you see a picture posted on facebook or elsewhere and think "geez, where did that come from?" try searching on TinEye. It scans the web for any other page that posted the same image. Often, you can trace a photo that becomes part of an urban legend to its original source. I'm not going to post the link because it's disturbing, but SOMEONE on my facebook shared a link containing images of burned human bodies in a street, with an accompanying caption that claimed that the images were of christians burned alive by muslims, and that we need to stand together to take action. I used TinEye to search the image, and found that what REALLY happened was that an oil tanker exploded OVER A YEAR AGO and the horrible photos were of the victims of the accident. Someone decided to dig up the photo and make up lies, solely to spread hate among another group of people, and apparently it's going viral on Facebook. I know there are thousands of people here, and I'm hoping I can prevent the lie from spreading further. So, if you see something like I described posted by one of your Facebook Friends, search the image on TinEye, and you'll come to a small article in an African newspaper in French, and using that information and searching the archives of the news source, you can find a much more detailed English version with a video. I will not post it here, but if an ADULT needs to see the truth for himself/herself, PM me and I'll forward it to you. And please, before you pass on some "news" or "warning" please take a moment to check if it is really true. Thanks.