Hamas Claims Gazans Plagued by Israeli Operation Hubba Bubba

Agence France Presse reports a remarkable new claim from Hamas that Israeli intelligence is engaged in what might be referred to as Operation Hubba BubbaIt seems the Hamastan police force nabbed some gang members discovered to have been distributing sexual stimulants included in chewing  gum as well as another mixture meant to be taken in drops. 

Naturally the gangsters blamed it on the Zionist intelligence forces.    Since this fit the Palestinian template, the Gazan security forces bought the alibi, hook, line and sinker:

"One suspect said he had received the products from an Israeli intelligence officer at a cut-rate price "with the officer saying they did not want money, but to distribute the products among the young people of Gaza," Shahwan said.

"The intelligence services are aiming to corrupt the young generation by distributing these products among students."

The story came to light after a Palestinian man filed a complaint that his daughter had experienced "dubious side effects"  after chewing the offending gum, Israeli media reported.

The Israeli military declined to comment officially on the allegations, which one military source termed ‘absurd.'" 

Now that is some crack investigative force they have working at Hamas.  The mind reels at just what those wily Israelis will come up with next.

Ralph Alter blogs at Right on Target 
Agence France Presse reports a remarkable new claim from Hamas that Israeli intelligence is engaged in what might be referred to as Operation Hubba BubbaIt seems the Hamastan police force nabbed some gang members discovered to have been distributing sexual stimulants included in chewing  gum as well as another mixture meant to be taken in drops. 

Naturally the gangsters blamed it on the Zionist intelligence forces.    Since this fit the Palestinian template, the Gazan security forces bought the alibi, hook, line and sinker:

"One suspect said he had received the products from an Israeli intelligence officer at a cut-rate price "with the officer saying they did not want money, but to distribute the products among the young people of Gaza," Shahwan said.

"The intelligence services are aiming to corrupt the young generation by distributing these products among students."

The story came to light after a Palestinian man filed a complaint that his daughter had experienced "dubious side effects"  after chewing the offending gum, Israeli media reported.

The Israeli military declined to comment officially on the allegations, which one military source termed ‘absurd.'" 

Now that is some crack investigative force they have working at Hamas.  The mind reels at just what those wily Israelis will come up with next.

Ralph Alter blogs at Right on Target