Israel advocates eye-for-eye justice, uses full force of military

In retaliation over the murders of three Israeli teens, who went missing two weeks ago, Israel has decided it’s time for “an-for-an-eye”, and sent the full force of their military into the occupied Palestinian territories and began an airstrike offensive on the Gaza Strip.

No group or individual has claimed responsibility for the kidnapping or the murders. However, using state-of-the-art investigation technology and techniques, Israel has deduced that “it must be those fu**ing Arabs!”

Arbitrarily arresting hundreds of Arabs is not enough. Hamas and all the Arabs – human animals – are responsible. And they will pay!” said Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu showing uncharacteristic restraint.

Economy Minister Naftali Bennet said quite eloquently, “I keep telling Netanyahu that the only way to peace is to kill Hamas and the f*cking Arabs,” while Justice Minister Tzipni Livni, who presided over a same-sex marriage last month in defiance of the state, decided to give up on human rights and equality altogether and called for more strikes against Hamas and other civilian targets going about their daily lives.

Housing Minister Uri Ariel ended the press conference, added that there must be “an appropriate Zionist response” and then subsequently announced new settlement and colony construction in “Judea and Samaria” which is known to the rest of the world as the West Bank or occupied Palestinian territory, incorporating major towns and cities: Jenin, Ramallah, Bethlehem, Hebron, Nablus, East Jerusalem and will cover roughly 5,640 kilometers when completed.

Meanwhile in the United States, Secretary of State John Kerry called Israel’s offensive a “disaster” but then quickly changed his statement, instead calling the offensive “a bold step towards peace”.

Israeli soldiers arrest a Palestinian man in the West Bank city of Hebron on Saturday, June 21, 2014

Israeli soldiers walk in lines during an operation in the West Bank town of Hebron on June 17, 2014.

Israel’s search and investigation team. Part of it.


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