The YouTube clip, set to the tune of the 1985 charity single We Are the World, features Israelis dressed as Arabs and activists, waving weapons while singing: "We con the world, we con the people. We'll make them all believe the IDF is Jack the Ripper."
...The clip features a group led by the Jerusalem Post's deputy managing editor Caroline Glick, wearing keffiyehs and calling themselves the Flotilla Choir. The footage is interspersed with clips from the recent Israeli raid on the Gaza-bound aid ship, the Mavi Marmara.
The clip has been praised in Israel, where the mass-circulation daily Yediot Aharonot said the singers "defended Israel better than any of the experts"
...Government spokesman Mark Regev said the video reflected how Israelis felt about the incident. "I called my kids in to watch it because I thought it was funny," he said. "It is what Israelis feel. But the government has nothing to do with it."
As Incredible and surreal as it is, Israelis are proud of this offensive video which is still on YouTube, see for yourself:
The Israeli Army Had Also To recognize That They Doctored The Audio Exchange Between Them And The Flotilla Published On Their Website.
I don't know why Helen Thomas had to lose her job for remarks taken out of context and why Israelis never apologize for their offenses and crimes but on the contrary get away with it all.