Christian cowboys give most wanted Hamas terrorists playing cards to IDF

A group of Christian cowboys who came to Israel to volunteer is distributing decks of playing cards with photos of the most wanted Hamas terrorists to IDF soldiers in southern Israel and Gaza.

The decks of cards were designed by their friends and printed at Be’eri Printers, the press of Kibbutz Be’eri, which was among the hardest-hit kibbutzim during the October 7 Hamas massacre.

“We’re here to volunteer, to give a helping hand to whomever needs it,” the cowboys, who were brought to Israel through Hayovel Volunteering in Israel, told The Jerusalem Post. “Mostly, we’ve been on farms here in Judea and Samaria, but also spent a few days south on Gaza border farms. Serving small farms and communities here has been a great honor.

“A few friends had the idea to support the printing press in Be’eri by printing up these ‘wanted’ cards,” they continued.

“As you can imagine, it’s been a big morale boost, and it’s just a matter of time until you [Israel] is gonna win. You always do.”

Khaled Mashal playing card (credit: Courtesy)

The most-wanted list is not official.

What’s included in the deck?

The cards are printed in Hebrew, English, and Arabic, but the Arabic names are each written with a twist to mock the terrorist leaders. For example, Sinwar is written Sinfar, a play on the Arabic word alfar, which means mouse; Sinwar looks like a little mouse in a Hamas tunnel on the card.

Mashal is pictured drinking gasoline, because he lives in Qatar and lives on its dime.

Abu Obaida looks like a worm, and Deif is shown with plastic body parts because the IDF has bombed him so many times.

The box is designed to look like Shifa Hospital, where the army has said Hamas was operating a command and control center.

The cowboys drove the cards down south to the soldiers and even managed to get them inside Gaza, so that soldiers there during the ceasefire could have a little fun.

During the 2003 invasion of Iraq, the US Defense Intelligence Agency and the US Central Command in Iraq developed a pack of 52 wanted Iraqi personalities plus two jokers with Iraqi military ranks. 

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