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World / 3 months ago
Israel and Gaza 'Squabble' Escalates to Unprecedented Show & Tell with Artillery and Tanks!
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Israel and Gaza engage in an unprecedented show-and-tell with artillery and tanks, escalating their squabble to dangerous levels. The international community's pleas for de-escalation go unheard as the playground rivalry takes a disturbing turn.
Once again, the world sees its children playing out in the broad, sandy fields of humanity's sandbox, the Israel-Gaza strip. It seems though that instead of the usual sandcastles and seashells, times have certainly turned more...explosive. What started off as a minor 'squabble' has now spiraled into an unprecedented show-and-tell session featuring big boy toys such as artillery and tanks. We are yet to determine who started this truly inspiring display of testosterone-fuelled one-upmanship. The UN nanny's response has been predictably lukewarm, delivering a stern "time-out" without the usual ice cream privileges. Israel reportedly started this most recent schoolyard tiff with an accusing finger at an unsuspecting Gaza, claiming that the latter had been "cheating" at a supposedly friendly game of tic-tac-toe. Gaza, in turn, responded in kind, calling Israel a playground bully and vowing never to share their homemade rocket toys ever again. From there, the exchange quickly escalated to a full-blown creative game of "show-and-tell", with kids from both sides bringing out the big guns, quite literally. Rocket launchers, tanks, fighter jets – you name it – it seems as if the playground has been transformed into a casting call for the next Michael Bay film. The international community, acting as concerned but largely ineffective parents, have called for a return to the 'coloring inside the lines' protocol yet their pleas have largely fallen on deaf ears. While some nations suggested a friendly game of Simon says or a race around the jungle gym as potential substitutes, these suggestions were quickly dismissed as being too "2019." Now, all of us are anxiously sitting by the edge of our leather recliners, mugs of calming chamomile tea in hand, awaiting the next evolution of this squabble. Surely, it will not be long before Israel pulls out a catch-me-if-you-can-type submarine, or Gaza grudgingly gives up its secret stash of cloak-and-dagger drones. If the current trend continues, we might see this blossom into a whole new category of recreation: High stakes, international show-and-tell. Imagine, your standard pre-school pastime taken up a notch. Isn't it fascinating? Perhaps, all this wouldn't be far more enjoyable if it weren't so horrifying. Until then, finger's crossed it doesn't escalate to "my nuke is bigger than your nuke," as that truly would add a whole new disturbing spin to the phrase 'it's all fun and games until someone gets hurt.'
posted 3 months ago

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Original title: Israel Fight with artillery and tanks Gaza in Rafah, Gaza Strip (general), Gaza Strip
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