Benjamin Netanyahu To Launch Bomb Palestine Season
THE ANNUAL Bomb Palestine season is due to get underway as Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu prepares to launch the country’s first missile attack on neighbouring Palestine in over a year.
The recurring tit-for-tat series comes just hours after a terrorist attack in Jerusalem this morning, which has left three people dead so far and another 30 injured in the capital after two terrorists reportedly entered a bus with one opening fire on commuters and the other using a knife.
“I actually miss blitzing those guys,” Mr. Netanyahu told Government ministers as he playfully hovered over a missile launching device on his desk. “I’m not sure whether to use airstrike’s or just a good old fashioned ground offensive this time. There’s nothing really left there to destroy.”
On July 8th last year, the Jewish state launched a series of rocket and missile attacks on various locations in Palestine in a bid to, in their words, ‘destroy Gaza-based militants’. However, according to the United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs, 1,492 Palestinian civilians were killed in the campaign (551 children, 299 women), compared to 605 Hamas militants – the supposed targets.
“I’ll admit that our F-15 fighter jets, AH-64 Apache helicopters, Delilah missiles, IAI Heron-1 drones and Jericho II missiles can sometimes get it wrong,” explained Netanyahu. “But we’re only getting used to using this American military hardware. Plus, Obama didn’t include the instruction manuals in the arms deal. Typical Democrats!”
The latest action-packed bomb Palestine season is due to kick off later this week.