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    Israeli Military Shark Unit Exposed

    Israeli Military Shark Unit Exposed

    Sometimes you stumble upon a news story that is so absurd it makes you question your hope for the world. Today, I found one of those.

    An Egyptian official believes that Israel’s intelligence agency might be behind the fatal shark attack of a German tourist in Sinai over the weekend, the Jerusalem Post reports:

    Egyptian officials say they have not ruled out the possibility that a fatal shark attack in Sinai on Sunday could have been a plot by the Mossad.

    “What is being said about the Mossad throwing the deadly shark [in the sea] to hit tourism in Egypt is not out of the question, but it needs time to confirm,” South Sinai Gov

    Muhammad Abdel Fadil Shousha was quoted as saying by the Egyptian state news site egynews.net.

    Israeli officials said the claims were too ludicrous to comment on. Israel has issued an advisory warning against travel to Sinai due to plots against Israelis by terrorist groups linked to al-Qaida.

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    sort of runic rhyme | December 7, 2010 at 8:09 pm

    Hellooo, people. This is classic Israeli shark and awe tactics.

    "at least make it one that sounds…plausible"

    No problem: The target audience is so laughably ignorant and foolish that they'll believe anything. All you have to do is say "jooooz!" and Egyptians start frothing and the mouth and wetting their pants.

    You mean the Israelis have found a way to train sharks to profile Muslim terrorists?

    pst314, it's not "jooooz"; it's "Juice." I got that from an unimpeachable source: some terrorist wannabe in NJ who posted a sign about "kill the Juice!"

    The Israeli sharks are more effective than the T&A;.

    juba

    If you look close at that sign it says "kill the (zionist) juice"–i sh-t you not. he actually added in the word zionist in small letters and parenthesis.


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