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The Skunk

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Israel military's The Skunk weapon being sprayed randomly over neighborhoods by sadistic people.
Israel military's The Skunk weapon damages windows with the force of the spray.
Israeli Military typically throws tear gas canisters around while they spray homes with The Skunk.
The Skunk sprayed on cameras.

The Zionist State in Palestine "Israel" invented a putrid liquid called "The Skunk" to use on peaceful protesters, first used September 2008.[1] Have you ever seen the 1986 film Labyrinth and remember The Bog of Eternal Stench? Can you imagine if someone bottled the liquid from that up and used it as a weapon? Well this is it!

Israel's The Skunk has a foul odor that does not wash off easily and lingers on clothes for up to five years.[2] It's toxic. It contains biological agents, making it a biochemical weapon.[3] Israel will not release what it's made of. Israel sprays it on random Palestinian homes, but they prefer to target homes[4] by people who have protested in the past. The spray is so pressurized that it breaks the windows and floods inside. It's also sprayed at gardens. They also spray it on people and homes who are not participating in any demonstration. Palestinians have had to vacate their homes for months when the stuff got inside them. Israel also sprays it on cameras and members of the media when there's no protesters around, even on lone cameras.[5]

Crap Cannon: Israel sprays putrid liquid to control West Bank crowd

Quote from a Palestinian, "You stink. You bad people. I don't have a home. It stinks. You made it smell. I have nowhere to go. I can't even see my son--you sprayed him!"

If it hits you in the eye, it can cause redness and if swallowed it can cause stomach problems. This material has never been used against Israelis, only reporters and Palestinians.

Attempting to wash it off only makes it worse. One method to mask it that is sometimes effective is to burn coal inside an enclosed area until the smoke turns into a mist and then scrub everything off afterward--this method must be repeated once a day for at least a week.[6]

Law differences in Israel

Israel likes to target photographers who are far away from any protesters. Bullets fired have almost no padding.

Unlike most countries, protesting your government in Israel is illegal. Even jewish visitors there have been beaten for protesting[7] and even Israelis such as Natali Cohen Vaxberg and Mordechai Vanunu have been jailed. It's the norm for Israeli force to violently suppress their weekly Friday protests by shooting tear gas canisters, skunk water, sound bombs, rubber coated steel bullets and even live ammunition at protesters. They also arrest people, even children. The skunk water truck drives around chasing protesters through the cities, driving up the road spraying the houses and people.[8]

The Skunk Trucks regularly spray buildings, yards, and streets, though especially residential homes and business having nothing to do with the demonstrations. It as a collective punishment of an entire town full of innocent bystanders for having some of its population protesting. If a business has any inventory displayed outside its store, that inventory is ruined.[9][10]

The rubber bullets that Israel uses are rubber coated rather than being entirely rubber. It is normal for Israel to target photographers who are far away from any protesters and shoot them shoot in the eye with rubber-coated steel bullets.[11][12]

Videos of typical uses

Force sprayed on innocent homes for fun.

Israeli security forces spray 'Skunk' at Palestinian homes
"Skunk" liquid sprayed on a funeral, Hebron


Sprayed on innocent people at a funeral

Remote-controlled Skunk Sprayer

Wall-mounted remote-controlled skunk sprayer.

As if out of Game of Thrones, Israelis have a large wall that separates them from the Palestinians. In 2014, they installed remote-controlled skunk-sprayers atop the wall so Israelis can sit indoors somewhere and spray skunk liquid on Palestians from comfort.[13][14] They often aim it at innocent people and journalists.[15]

Israel spraying skunk water on a 5-year-old.

Other videos

Skunk: A "degrading form of abuse" or safe, non-toxic alternative to rubber bullets?

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