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    Israel Taps into Animal Terror Market Again

    Israel Taps into Animal Terror Market Again

    There are some topics I only want to cover once: President Obama being elected, Nancy Pelosi being named Speaker of the House, etc. etc.

    There are some topics, however, that I can’t get enough of reading about, and insane conspiracy theories involving Israeli trained attack animals is one of them. A few weeks ago, I posted an article about Israeli-trained attack sharks and then rapist Cuban kitties. I speculated the next animal that would be accused, proposing camels.

    Apparently my bet was too safe – because this time it was vultures.Saudi Arabian security forces have captured a vulture that was carrying a global positioning satellite (GPS) transmitter and a ring etched with the words “Tel Aviv University.” They suspect the bird of spying for Israel, Maariv-NRG reported Tuesday. The GPS and ring were connected to the bird as part of an long-term project by Israeli scientists that follows vultures’ location and altitude for research purposes.”

    I really can’t make this stuff up. Which is probably why it’s so disconcerting…

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    Comments


    William, imagine if the Saudis had captured this particular pigeon:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jEjUAnPc2VA

    Waiting for the New York Times to post these stories as fact.

    Gee, considering Muslim nations' "historic contributions to math and engineering" that we hear so much about, it is surprising that Muslims overestimate the power of mere Israelis to train sharks, cats, and vultures.


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