Recently, a news source indicated that military camps in Israel were luring foreign and national tourists. These “terror camps”, geographically scattered through Israel and the West Bank, offered a morbid spectacle that in fact evinced some risk-taking on the part of the tourists. Among the activities, tourists had the chance to perform the role of IDF soldiers in some spectacularized situations. The costs range from USD 100 to USD 1000, including a lot of activities where visitors emulate the tasks of Israeli soldiers in the detainees’ camp. This event led me to think about some questions which deserve to be discussed, such as, why are these types of morbid forms of tourism emerging? Is war-tourism or terror-tourism a new form of empathy with the Other? And, of course, why do first-world tourists need these radical experiences?