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Thursday, December 06, 2012

Hamas warns that female IDF soldiers are trying to seduce Gazans!

From Hamas' Palestine Times:
Security sources belonging to the Palestinian resistance in the Gaza Strip disclosed that the "Karkal" Israeli unit - predominantly female - intensified its work on the eastern border of the Gaza in order to blackmail the Palestinians.

The resistance sources pointed out that they observed many soldiers in this unit trying to draw the attention of the Palestinians who returned to work in the lands adjacent to the border by showing parts of their bodies and inviting young people to talk with them.

Sources reported that 33 soldiers serve in the "Desert Cats" battalion, two-thirds of them female. They operate openly on the border with the Gaza Strip and Egypt. The "Shabak" intelligence works in cooperation with the Israeli army to work on recruiting new spies from the Gaza to refresh the list of potential targets which were exhausted during the recent war on the Gaza Strip.

This cooperation with the predominantly female Desert Cats are a means of attracting young people and citizens to entice them sexually, where the girls intentionally show parts of their bodies and do things that are not moral in order to excite young people and get them to collaborate. The collaboration process with security devices of the enemy on the border works two ways, either by giving young people the phone numbers to contact them or invite them to cross-border entry and trap them after extortion.
Ah yes, soldiers showing body parts to the enemy. I think that is in Sun Tzu somewhere.

Hamas can brag about its imagined prowess at standing up (actually, hiding underground) to the IDF, but they turn to jelly at the thought of female soldiers.

In September, the Karakal unit foiled an attempted infiltration from Egypt.

The IDF says:
The Karakal Battalion was founded in the year 2000 conceding to public pressures for the creation of an intensive combat unit for girls. They are given the name of a desert feline whose gender is barely distinguishable, and the battalion number signifies the number of women soldiers who fell in the Palmach Era.

The girls volunteer to become combat soldiers, and must go through two days of mental
examinations and physical challenges before joining, since the course is strenuous and
identical to that of any other exclusively male battalion.

As part of the Southern Command, Karakal men and women secure the Egyptian border from smugglers, infiltrators, and terrorists.
Here's a 2010 video about them:



(h/t O)