The Zionist Zoo™ consists of strange animals and objects, all of which have been suspected of sabotaging or spying on Arab countries or civilians. The levels of paranoia which these animals and objects arouse are a source of enormous amusement to us Israelis.
The latest Zionist zoological escapade occurred last week in Turkey where an
Israeli Zionist spy-bird was spotted and promptly arrested by the brave Turkish villagers:
Turkish authorities detained a bird on suspicion it was spying for Israel, but freed it after X-rays showed it was not embedded with surveillance equipment, newspapers said on Friday.
The kestrel aroused suspicion because of a metal ring on its foot carrying the words “24311 Tel Avivunia Israel”, prompting residents in the village of Altinayva to hand it over to the local governor.
The bird was put in an X-ray machine at a university hospital to check for microchips or bugging devices, according to the Milliyet newspaper, which carried a front-page image of the radiogram with the title “Israeli agent”.
I can’t decide whether to laugh or cry at the absurdity.
I do think Israel should sue the Turks at the International Criminal Court for animal abuse for needlessly dousing that poor bird with radiation.
I’m sure some level of compensation could be agreed upon. Something in the region of, oh, £4 million, you know – the same amount that Israel had offered to pay the Turks for the Mavi Marmara incident, and which the Turks have now ungraciously rejected because the money is not accompanied by the correct sentiments.
The only people with bird-brains in this whole story are the Turks themselves.