Yes, Israel is apparently "scaring the crap out of people" with it's Twitter account, according to the 100% professional, mainstream, unbiased Huffington Post. Way to keep it classy, editors.
It doesn't get much better on the inside. The headline is more objective ("Israel Live-Tweeting Re-enactment of Six Day War") but the text is anti-Israel all the way. Here's some examples:
"Once again displaying its ability to use social networks for bizarre purposes, Israel began live-tweeting a play-by-play reenactment of the Six Day War of 1967 Wednesday morning.Luckily, this time around, no one will be killed (we hope.)"What is the link to "for bizarre purposes"? Israel's sharing of their taking out of a Hamas terrorist. How "bizarre!" And notice how the Huffington Post editors freely throw their opinions around about this subject, even though no one asked them. Here's another example:
"The IDF even posted Vines as part of its strange project, like this one, which shows Israeli planes dropping bombs"Did the HP bother to back up their claim that the reenactment "scares the crap" out of people? Yes, they most certainly did! How dare you doubt them!
"But some people were a little confused by the IDF's Twitter messages. Here's one user expressing alarm at an IDF tweet:"
Would it kill the Huffington Post reporters and editors to just report Israel news with at least an attempt to seem unbiased? Why not just report the IDF's reenactment on Twitter without all the editorializing? The readership is conditioned to hate Israel anyway.