As We Ponder The Palestinian Death Toll, We Should Not Forget Stones Were Thrown At An Israeli Car

As We Ponder The Palestinian Death Toll, We Should Not Forget Stones Were Thrown At An Israeli Car

Israel tonight warned viewers around the world not to be swayed by ‘clever arguments’ highlighting the country’s typically disproportionate response to what security services call ‘provocations by Palestinian extremists’.

“Yes, it’s true that at least 55 children have been killed in Gaza since Monday, including eight young cousins who had gathered to celebrate Eid with their mothers,” a spokesman told a press conference “but don’t forget who started it, those Palestinians who threw stones at an Israeli car!”

“Isn’t Israel continuing to punish the Palestinian people of the middle east,” a reporter asked, “for the Holocaust inflicted on the Jews in Europe?”

“To even ask such a question,” the spokesman replied, “is antisemitic”.

“You can’t say the question is antisemitic,” a member of Jews Against The Occupation shouted, “you can’t abuse the word like that”.

“When I use it,” the spokesman replied just before he left, “it means just what I choose it to mean.”