Tourists In Israel Can Now Pretend To Kill Palestinians For Only $115

These facilities allow visitors to train like IDF soldiers and act in a variety of stimulated situations — including an explosion at a Jerusalem marketplace, a stabbing attack, a sniper tournament and a live demonstration with attack dogs.

Aha! We have a use for “Palestinian” terrorist prisoners.

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    • jayme

      Cool! Good, wholesome family fun!

    • Brett_McS

      And I thought he died of AIDS.

    • I. am. so. jealous.

    • Exile1981

      I had a lot of fun in the dead sea when I was there.

    • Dana Garcia

      Outstanding — talk about fun things to do on vacation! Shooting large guns at bad guys is tops.

    • Clink9

      A scary black gun!

  • Brett_McS

    Keeping an army is expensive. If only there were a way to get people to pay to go and shoot terrorists…

    • Many people would pay good money to man the southern border for a few days. It could actually be a money making proposition, and further entrench the idea of “gun crazed Americans” which is a rep that’s good to have.

    • Norman_In_New_York

      Israel covers a major part of its defense costs through sales of military hardware, such as massive deals with India. Israel is the world’s largest exporter of drones.

  • Waffle

    If a publication is trying to sell propaganda, they should at least invest in a copy editor:

    “So what inspired Gat to set up such a macabre activity center?

    “One day, I sat there wondering whether a Jew in the death camp of Auschwitz could have ever dreamed that an academy like this would ever exist in Israel and that it would train members of the German army,”

    DID YOU SPOT THE FREUDIAN SLIP???

    • Alain

      Yup, sure did.

  • Barrington Minge

    How much for live ammo?

    • Slickfoot

      How much for live targets?

  • UCSPanther

    Zahal.org was offering classes to learn how to handle and shoot the Tavor TAR 21 the IDF way. Not only that, it was taught by a rather attractive IDF servicewoman. They even hosted a few classes in Canada.

    Sadly, because I took the Ruger Mini 14 and FAMAE SIG 540 route, I would not be able to join in…

  • simus1

    Seems counter intuitive given the difficulties and expenses ordinary Israelis face getting permission to buy a sidearm for their own personal protection. I would rather contribute to a fund that helps people get over that hurdle or perhaps acquire a “nice” personal protection doggie.

    • Alain

      Well stated.

  • BillyHW

    Where do I sign up for this dream vacation?

  • Nic

    AWESOME! where do I order a trip? the article did not provide a link.