Jerry Seinfeld and Family Visit Anti-terror Fantasy Camp in West Bank

According to a Facebook post by the Caliber 3 'academy' the Seinfeld family spent the day in shooting and Krav Maga training

Comedian Jerry Seinfeld, November 13, 2017.
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Comedian Jerry Seinfeld and his family visited the Caliber 3 Israeli Counter Terror and Security Academy during their visit in Israel, revealed Caliber 3 in a Facebook post on Monday.

"Finally we are allowed to tell you!! The legendary Jerry Seinfeld and his family were at (sic) Caliber 3 during their visit to Israel last week, they came to us for shooting training with displays of combat, Krav Maga, assault dogs and lots of Zionism. It was great," said the post.

Located in the Gush Etzion region of the West Bank, Caliber 3 is a counterterrorism and security training academy that in recent years has built on its expertise to create a new line of business: special programs for tourists seeking a taste of the Israeli military experience.

Caliber 3 offers a basic package which includes a simulation of a suicide bombing in a Jerusalem marketplace, immediately followed by a stabbing attack, a live demonstration with attack dogs and a sniper tournament. The cost of this basic package is $115 per adult and $85 per child, with discounts available for large groups.

Seinfeld, one of the most famous Jewish comedians of all times, performed at Tel Aviv's Menorah Mavtichim Arena on December 30.