More Proof Anti-Israel Propagandists Aren’t Living in Reality

New in “concentration camp” Gaza” a virtual reality gaming cafe.

The owner of Gaza’s first virtual reality gaming cafe is offering a fantasy world of action, music, and sports to young people who have grown up under the blockade.

“Often many of the youth who come here to play they look for an escape from the reality they live in,” Firas Al-Khodary, the owner of VR Station in Gaza city, said.

With opportunities for travel ruled out for most people by the years-long border closure imposed by Israel and Egypt, the online realm is an outlet for young people hungry for entertainment and distraction.

That is, if they are bored of the other entertainment and distractions in Gaza like the malls, resorts (at least the ones not closed down by Hamas), restaurants, gyms, beach, summer (terrorist) camps, and horse-riding. Not to mention posing for rubble propaganda, and – in some cases – joining a terror organization. Just to name some.

Of course, if Gazans really want to escape their reality, they can start by desisting from the terrorism.


David Lange

A law school graduate, David Lange transitioned from work in the oil and hi-tech industries into fulltime Israel advocacy. He is a respected commentator and Middle East analyst who has often been cited by the mainstream media

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