Jewish Journal

IDF stripper assassins

by Brad A. Greenberg

November 5, 2007 | 9:26 am

I missed this last week, but it’s another worthy story from the Palestinian propaganda files:

The Palestinian Authority newspaper Al-Hayat Al-Jadida carried a story this week about IDF tactics that surpassed all previous accusations of supposed Israeli deviousness— poisoned candies, hormone-laced gum, poisoned wells, magnetized belts—in its bizarreness.

According to an Al-Hayat Al-Jadida front page report, the IDF has turned to using armed, female strippers in its war on upstanding Palestinian boys. The newspaper reports that when the Arab rock-throwing begins, IDF soldiers run for cover. Then, the story continues, after some time of hiding, an Israeli woman stands up on top of a barricade and begins to perform an alluring strip tease. Innocent Arab teenage boys, distracted from the business of rioting, are enticed to approach, when, according to the newspaper, the woman—an IDF soldier—shoots them with a pistol she had hidden in her underwear.

Alright, I don’t want to be crass, and granted there are some very attractive IDF soldiers, but I don’t know many men who would be drawn to a woman with a big lump her in undies.

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