Thursday, December 6, 2012

Sudan nabs Israeli 'spy' vulture

Mike L.
Sudanese media was a buzz Thursday, with news saying that Darfur authorities had captured a vulture carrying Israeli spy gear. 
The suspect bird was found to be tagged with an Israeli GPS chip and a leg band labeled "Israel Nature Service" and "Hebrew University, Jerusalem."

Khartoum's media claimed that the device was capable of taking photos and sending them back to Israel; but Israel's National Parks Service dismissed the allegation, saying that both the band and the GPS chip were nothing more than standard migration trackers.



Of course the Israeli National Parks Service denied the allegation, but I can tell you, as a long time fisherman, that park service rangers are mean and definitely not to be trusted.

How can the Palestinians ever accept a state for themselves in peace next to Israel if Israel insists upon antagonizing the rest of the Arab world with their IDF sharks cruising Egyptian waterways and their hot and tempting Hadassah squirrel agents making googly eyes at innocent Palestinian men?

This aggression will not stand, man!

{Oy.}

10 comments:

  1. Don't forget the boars, jellyfish and squirrels, Mike. We're actually considering purchasing a family membership to the Zionist Spy Zoo for next year. Needless to say, this is certainly contingent upon the outcome of the oryx experiment.

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  2. Well, Europe might not be on our side but the animal kingdom is so it all evens out. ;)

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    1. All except for those friggin' cats, of course. They're only in it for themselves...

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  3. Sometimess the whole world seems like a Khartoum, er..cartoon.

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    1. There's a joke in here somewhere about cardoons also being native to the region. They make a great gratin, nonetheless...

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  4. Been looking for my dog all morning. Then I found the note. "Gone to spy on Iran. Be back in the morning. Please have kibble ready."

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    1. Have you heard? A major Middle Eastern news agency will be releasing a special investigative report tomorrow unraveling the connections between the US spy agency, a certain cooking school in Hyde Park, New York, and their nefarious plan for the world's food supply.

      Also, this hard-hitting expose on the very subject of this post will soon be translated and sold at airport bookstores throughout the region in a two-for-one package with the best-selling Protocols of the Elders of Zion.

      I do hope your dog makes it back from his mission safely.

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    2. And I do hope he's wearing his tag, so that if he's found the Iranians will know where to return him...

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  5. Actually I think it's a scam. He doesn't spell that well and it looks like the dog next door's paw-writing.

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    1. One of 'em sounds like a collaborator, then!

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