Members of Palestinian National Security Forces loyal to Hamas took part in a military graduation ceremony, in Gaza City Jan. 22, 2017. (REUTERS/Suhaib Salem)

The Palestinian, Sunni-Islamic fundamentalist group Hamas released an unconventional music video Tuesday night suggesting it will terminate Israel by depicting rockets and terror attacks against the Middle Eastern country. The three-minute film portrays violent animations and snippets of explosions above areas in Israel.

Lyrics for the music video, called “Zionists, you will perish in Gaza,” featured phrases such as, “shoot precisely” and “I will surprise you until you will beg to live, I will eat you, the tastiest is without salt, yes Zionist, you, you, you.”

The music video appeared online after violence erupted in the Gaza Strip Monday when Israeli forces retaliated against a rocket attack along the border. The Palestinian fundamentalist group has released similar propaganda films in the past, attempting to intimidate and threaten Israeli people. While the messages could be considered fear-provoking, many Israelis find the content of the video entertaining with crude messages and broken Hebrew, according to the Times of Israel.

Formed in the late 1980s, Hamas has previously “conducted many anti-Israel attacks in both Israel and the Palestinian territories since the 1990s. These attacks have included large-scale bombings against Israeli civilian targets, small-arms attacks, improvised roadside explosives, and rocket attacks,” according to the U.S.’s National Counterterrorism Center.

The organization is considered a terrorist group with the main goal of establishing an Islamic-Palestinian state in Israel. Conflict intensified in Gaza in 2014 between Palestine and Israel that resulted in the deaths of over 2,100 Palestinians and 70 Israelis. While the war ended with ceasefire in August 2014, tensions remain between the two nations with uncertainty for future harmony.

“In politics, no one can say that 'I'm sure 100 percent' [about reconciliation between the two states], but you have to try. Now we came to this crash point and we both understand we need as Palestinians a national unity government,” Hamas’s spokesman Osama Hamdan told Al Jazeera.

A member of Palestinian National Security Forces loyal to Hamas broke bricks using his hand during a military graduation ceremony, in Gaza City Jan. 22, 2017. (REUTERS/Suhaib Salem)