An attempt by Hamas to humanize themselves via social media backfired when the majority of tweets to #AskHamas were either making fun of them or worse, asking serious questions:
How many Hamas terrorists does it take to change a lightbulb?
Who answers on your Suicide Prevention Hotline?
If the child you are hiding behind dies, are they rewarded with 72 parents that really love them?
Thousands of Hamas rockets fired at Israel, most missed. Is Allah a Zionist?
How many people do you think you’re gonna execute over this hilariously failed hashtag idea?
To the serious:
Why you doמ’t use the cement from Israel to build houses instead of tunnels?
How many children does it take to build a #terror tunnel into #Israel?
Why did you murder 30 civilians, including 20 people over the age of 70, at a Passover seder in Netanya in 2002?
When can we expect you to change your covenant/charter?
You say you fire rockets at Israel because of the “blockade” of Gaza. If that’s true, why don’t you fire rockets at Egypt too?
If a gay Palestinian volunteered to become a suicide bomber, would you allow it, or toss him from a rooftop?
Why do you ban Gazans from leaving homes IDF has warned residents those homes would be bombed?
Why were Palestinians celebrating in the streets after the Charlie Hebdo and kosher grocer massacres in Paris?
When they bothered to respond, Hamas’s canned responses to most of these questions was to say the questions came from Israel-paid trolls.
I’d hate top be the Hamas official that came up with this dumb idea.