Bringing new meaning to the word entrepreneurial, an ad offering customers a chance to buy ‘Hamas missile debris’ went up on the Israeli website HappySale on Monday.
The seller, who identifies himself as Yochai Benarie, is asking about $150 for the fragments, but is flexible on the price, according to the ad.
“This piece of Hamas rocket fell in the area of central Tel-Aviv on Saturday night,” says the ad on HappySale, an Israeli app that promises “a fun new way to sell things online.”
Screenshot of the ad on HappySale
Since July 8, air-raid sirens have sounded almost constantly in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv and Haifa, Israel’s three-largest cities as the military wing of Hamas has fired rockets at Gaza and the Israeli military has responded with a massive bombing campaign that, so far, has killed at least 175 people in Gaza, according to the Associated Press. Read more…