New job vacancy: Top Hamas military commander in Gaza

#1
Just opened up. The incumbent Ahmed Said Khalil al-Jabari retired under sudden circumstances.

Hamas requires a new military commander to work in Gaza. The organisation is a specialist in the field of indiscriminate rocket fire into civilian targets. The successful candidate will enjoy working as part of a loony Muzzy team, with the added satisfaction of working for an organisation committed to turning its rank and file into fodder.

The job involves a variety of exciting duties. These will include: dodging Hellfires, packing acetone peroxide into backpacks (whilst smoking), working in collaboration with Pallywood and begging for more aid handouts to make more bombs/rockets. Training will be provided on the correct usage of your underwear bomb.

Applicants are required to have a current life insurance policy (made payable to Hamas) and must not be a kuffar.
 
#5
Just opened up. The incumbent Ahmed Said Khalil al-Jabari retired under sudden circumstances.
I will take it if I can live in a bunker then retire after 3 months with 450 K severance pay, oh no that's the BBC sorry got my wires crossed.
 
#6
I wonder if McBroon would like the job...he would then be in a position to chuck a few spanners into St Tony's peacemaking...surely he couldn't resist that temptation. He would also have a better job title, he would be "leader" and Tony just "envoy".
 
#7
"The organisation is a specialist in the field of indiscriminate rocket fire into civilian targets."


Are we talking about Hamas or the Israeli Air Force ? I know which organisation has killed more civilians.
 
#8
"The organisation is a specialist in the field of indiscriminate rocket fire into civilian targets."


Are we talking about Hamas or the Israeli Air Force ? I know which organisation has killed more civilians.
neither has offed as many as AQ or terry though, coalition forces managed quite a few as well if we are having a pissing contest.
It has been a feature of conflicts over the past 100 years that the ratio of civilian casualties to combatant has swung decidedly towards civilian.
 

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