Look at this high resolution picture of the ambulance - notice the rusting, and the round circle in the middle is exactly the same spot normally reserved for the conical ventilation on Red Cross ambulances. There are numerous holes in the roof chassis.
Zombie currently does not have access to his pc at the moment, though he provides us an update via the comments at LGF;
The most interesting email I have gotten about this ambulance thing came from a guy who works in a junkyard!
His job is to stack cars on top of each other, usually with a big forklift. He says all he does all day is stack and unstack cars. So he knows exactly what kind of damage is done to vehicles from being stacked.
He said he was 100% absolutely positive that the ambulance had been stacked in a salvage yard for at least six months. He said he recognized the type of damage immediately: the gashes, dents, etc. on the roof are EXACTLY what happens when cars are stacked. He's seen it a million times. And the rust indicates at least one winter outdoors, after the gashing and scratching.
Another update I plan to implement when I get access to my computer again!
If you're unfamiliar with the whole “fauxtography” scandals, or would like a summation of the whole thing, read this article here at Townhall.com
Update: More dodginess, this in regards to the 'Reuters vehicle struck by Israeli missile'