Israel blasted for posting ‘thirst trap’ vids of sexy gunslinging lady soldiers

ISRAEL has been slammed for sharing ”thirst trap” videos of sexy female soldiers after hundreds of people were killed in the latest conflict with Gaza.

The videos that were posted at The Israel Defence Forces’ TikTok account, which has almost 100,000 followers, show young, attractive gunslinging soldiers dancing as they show off their weapons.


TikToker Natalia Fadeevy often shares snaps of herself in uniformCredit: Newsflash
Another TikToker posing up in front of weapons


Another TikToker posing up in front of weaponsCredit: Newsflash

One of the TikTokers, Natalia Fadeevy, who says she served as an IDF Military Police reservist for three years, has gone viral for sharing pro-Israeli military content with her over a million TikTok followers.

In one of her videos, she accuses Palestinians of ”faking funerals for the media” while she captions another one ”When they tried to destroy your nation but you ended up having one of the most powerful armies.”

In another clip the stunning soldier claims ”I proudly served as a military police officier for three years in the IDF, now tell me, do I look like I could harm innocent civilians?

”Stop spreading lies about Israel, we have the most moral military!”

Another glam TikToker, Yael Deri, who boast an impressive 1.4 million followers, describes herself in her bio as a member of the Ta’oz battalion in the IDF.

The TikToker often shares clips of her lipsyncing from military checkpoints.

Rebecca Stein, professor of cultural anthropology at Duke University and author of Digital Militarism: Israel’s Occupation in the Social Media Age told Rolling Stone that the IDF’s social media unit had ”a lot of control over the narrative.”

”They considered themselves pioneers in the language of social media, and that was important for them.

”There is a long history within Israel of military iconography favoring the beauty in uniform as a nationalist symbol.

”The military is using it in new ways to meet the needs of the digital moment.”

Israel is one of just a handful of countries in the world with conscription for females over the age of 18, though only if they are Jewish.

In the case of Druze and Circassian Israelis, only males are conscripted, whereas Arabs are exempted altogether, though they can enlist if they so desire.

The normal length of compulsory military service for women is two years, with men having to serve an additional six months.

The videos were shared just after the violence between Israel and Gaza resulted in 256 people being killed in Gaza, with 128 of them were civilians according to the UN while a total of 13 people were killed in Israel.

Both sides claimed victory when the 11-day- battle ended after two weeks and one day in a ceasefire.

After the ceasefire Gaza was hit by airstrikes that Israel’s military said were a response to the launching of incendiary balloons that caused fires in fields in the south of the country.

In a statement issued after the raid, the military said it was prepared for “all scenarios, including renewed fighting” while a Hamas spokesman said Palestinians would continue to pursue their “brave resistance and defend their rights and sacred sites” in Jerusalem.

Meanwhile, Israel’s longest-serving prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu was ousted by a new, fragile coalition and Naftali Bennett was appointed the country’s new leader Naftali Bennett.

Israel has been criticised for sharing videos of attractive females dancing


Israel has been criticised for sharing videos of attractive females dancingCredit: Newsflash
The clips were posted after hundreds of people died in the conflict with Gaza


The clips were posted after hundreds of people died in the conflict with GazaCredit: Newsflash
In some clips female soldiers are showing off their weapons


In some clips female soldiers are showing off their weaponsCredit: Newsflash
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