Israel is turning genocide into a joke but Twitter isn’t laughing

The state’s official Twitter handle had to resort to a thread of rocket emoticons to explain how it is ‘under attack’

It appears to be illegitimately blaming Bella Hadid for raising an enemy of Semitic serenade neglected to censure her and the Palestinians’ picture. So now, the Israeli government has chosen to transform decimation into a joke. Yet, Twitter isn’t giggling.

Truth be told! Where a few Palestinians are using web-based media to show the world the ground truth of their anguish, Israel has needed to turn to emojis to give individuals “some viewpoint.”

The province of Israel’s true Twitter handle shared a string of rocket emojis to transfer the number of rockets were taken shots at Israeli regular citizens. “Just to give you all some point of view, these are the aggregate sum of rockets took shots at Israeli regular citizens. Every single one of these rockets is intended to execute,” read a subsequent tweet by the handle. “No doubt about it. Each rocket has a location. How might you respond if that location was yours?” it added.

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In any case, netizen rushed to disclose to Israel why turning to rocket emojis would misfire, particularly within the sight of heart wrenching pictures of individuals being besieged, murdered and abused in Gaza.

Israeli warplanes unleashed a new series of heavy airstrikes at several locations in Gaza City early on Monday, hours after Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu signaled the fourth war with Gaza’s Hamas rulers would rage on, reported AP.

Explosions rocked the city from north to south for 10 minutes in an attack that was heavier, on a wider area and lasted longer than a series of air raids 24 hours earlier in which 42 Palestinians were killed. It was the deadliest single attack in the latest round of violence between Israel and the Hamas.

Since the violence initiated a week ago, at least 192 people, including 58 children and 34 women, have been killed in the Gaza Strip.

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Fatima Majeed has been associated with the profession of Journalism for the last seven years. During this tenure, she has worked in different roles in various popular media houses. Since 2014, she has been working as an Urdu and English News Editor, Social Media Reporter as well as Youtuber. In this profession, she presents the latest news, organizes it in a proper meaningful way, and brings social and political issues in limelight with the power of her pen...

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