Shortly after an Israeli rap group parodied Islamic State (ISIS)'s first threatening video to Israelis in Hebrew, a group of Border Police reservists decided to release a response of their own – this time, to Hamas.
"We heard your song and we have a message for you – if you touch us again, you will soon feel the power of the Border Police," the reservists sing. "You have done a little mess here, you forget it's a danger for you."
"We don't even have to pull out our guns – selfie sticks and nunchucks are sufficient," they taunt, referring to the self-defense movement the latest terror war has inspired.
They then compare the war to a match between top-ranking international soccer team Real Madrid and the Israeli-Arab soccer team, Sakhnin.
"We will return you to Gaza on your camels," they threaten.
The song is set to the tune of 'Whoever believes, is not afraid' by popular singer Eyal Golan.
The Border Police Force – or Magav – has played a crucial role in defending Israelis from Arab terror during the recent wave of violence, with forces eliminating or otherwise neutralizing the vast majority of attackers, gaining them a fearsome reputation.