American Arab-Jewish comedian Jerry Seinfeld took his children to a tourist "fantasy camp" that trains visitors on tactics to kill Palestinians (referred to as "terrorists" by the attraction).
"Finally we are allowed to tell you!! The legendary Jerry Seinfeld and his family were at (sic) Caliber 3 during their visit to Israel last week, they came to us for shooting training with displays of combat, Krav Maga, assault dogs and lots of Zionism. It was great," Caliber 3 Israeli Counter Terror and Security Academy wrote in a now-deleted Facebook post this week, according to Israeli media.
Seinfeld, 63, whose mother came from Syria and father arrived from Hungary, was in Israel with his family, presenting two sold-out performances at Menora Mivtachim Arena last week.
In addition to visiting other tourist sites, Seinfeld apparently wanted to ensure his family got the full Zionist experience. Caliber 3 bills itself as a "training camp" for tourists who want to immerse themselves in Israeli military tactics.
Located in Gush Etzion in the West Bank, the camp visited by Seinfeld's family is reportedly the most popular such attraction, but there are many scattered throughout occupied Palestine, according to Carbonated.
Such camps have been growing in popularity in recent years, with tourists around the world visiting them to learn the brutal tactics of the Israeli military. Approximately 15,000 to 25,000 tourists reportedly visit Caliber 3 every year.
Promoting a staunchly Zionist and anti-Palestinian message, Caliber 3 offers different packages to tourists.
Among other options, visitors can pay to experience a simulation of a suicide bombing in a Jerusalem marketplace followed by a stabbing attack.
There is also a live demonstration with an attack dog available as well as a sniper tournament (so visitors can learn how to kill Palestinians from a long distance?!).
The price of a basic package starts at $115 for adults and $85 for children (yes, children get a discounted rate when learning to kill Palestinians).