1. Log into Facebook and click on the link below (on the Facebook page of a public representative from a large inland county) which allegedly deals with the killing of a child called al-Dura by Israeli forces.
2. Click on the picture to enlarge it.
3. Then right click on the enlarged picture and select the option that lets you copy the image's URL/link address.
4. Go to images.google.com.
5. Click on the wee camera icon in the search box.
6. Paste in the URL or link address that you've just obtained from Facebook and click on Search by Image.
7. Read any of the links returned.
8. What was the name of the child? Muhammad al-Durah.
9. Who killed him? Palestinians.
Of course, the individual who posted the misleading image above possibly did so unwittingly. Not so the one in the post below.
A similar Google Images search reveals it to be photoshopped fraud.
Photo fraud: CNN resurrects the Rachel Corrie libel | Shraga Simmons | Ops & Blogs | The Times of Israel
Spreading lies by textual information is easy but someone can come along with an authoritative source and expose the liar and his/her lies. Exposing a lie is somewhat harder to do when the liar is spreading the misinformation in graphic form. It's still a lie though.
I've seen other examples here. I'll dig them out in due course.