In the past day or two, #AskHamas has been trending again in the Twittersphere. Twitter users, who have been hearing quite a lot about Hamas in the news lately can't seem to refrain from asking more sarcastic questions, which are unfortunately still quite relevant in 2018.
#AskHamas, What in life brings you the most joy? Bombing playgrounds full of children or paying your friends to become suicide bombers? pic.twitter.com/x3eDRnv11k— StandWithUs (@StandWithUs) August 19, 2018
When Hamas originally began its campaign, it promised responses from their leaders; it called it, “Truth from the mouth of the horse.” But apparently the "mouth of the horse" is selective about which questions it answers.
#AskHamas, when's the next election in #Gaza, will you be throwing your political opponents off rooftops like last time? pic.twitter.com/uWcYflHV6E— StandWithUs (@StandWithUs) August 19, 2018
An IDF spokesperson chimed in with several probing questions for Hamas. Ironically, no one in Israel will be able to read the answer since Israel has completely blocked the Hamas Twitter account.
#AskHamas, Do you intentionally send rockets to hit your own electrical power plants (cutting off electricity to #Gaza) or was that intended for terrorizing the people of #Israel pic.twitter.com/k4BFPXmOv3— StandWithUs (@StandWithUs) August 19, 2018
Below is a screenshot from the official Hamas English language account, Hamas Movement #HamasInfoEn with the questions they choose to answer and their responses.Jerusalem Post Staff contributed to this report.
.@HamasInfoEn Why do you shoot rockets at Israeli schools and playgrounds? Why do you fire from the homes of your own people? Why do you teach your children to hate and murder Jews? Why do you invest in terror and not in the people of Gaza? #AskHamas— IDF (@IDFSpokesperson) August 19, 2018