Israel arrests two Palestinian ladders, yes, you heard right!


In a highly complicated Israeli commando operation, Israel’s elite forces managed Friday to arrest two Palestinian ladders, army sources said.

According to witnesses, the ladder tried to escape the scene but IDF’s plan was too perfect to evade.

Israeli army sources confirmed they received intel Palestinians were using two ladders to climb the Wall, probably to carry out attacks of prayers against Israeli civilians.

“The ladders were a security threat to the state of Israel,” he stated. “With the ladders gone, Israelis are now safer. Imagine the number of prayers targeting the Jewish state we managed to prevent!”


Jacob’s Ladder

An Israeli rabbi supported the army’s move invoking Jacob’s Ladder.  “The ladder is a God given invention to the Jews and we simply can’t let Goyims own it let alone climb them with their Goyim feet. God chose us to have the ladder,” he added.

“Those Goys must have been trying to climb their way to God. Only we send people to God, and in our own way,” he said.

“We have a strong feeling one of these ladders is indeed Jacob’s Ladder,” he said in an afterthought.

“And he dreamed, and behold, there was a ladder set up on the earth, and the top of it reached to heaven; and behold, the angels of God were ascending and descending on it! And behold, the Lord stood above it,” he recited.


A F*cking Ladder!

“It’s just a f*cking ladder,” said a Palestinian youth, who has been accused by Israel of being the Laddermind. “Why do they have to complicated everything and inject it with ideology. It’s just a f*cking ladder,” he repeated.

“We have every right to pay at Al-Aqsa Mosque. Israel can try to deprive us of our right to pray, and live and talk, but we will always try again and we will eventually succeed,” he added.

In the Holy month of Ramadan, Israel has allowed only people who are 40 or above to pray at Al-Aqsa. Palestinian youths have managed to evade the ban by climbing over the Wall using ladders.





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