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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Zionism's deadly zio zooweapons

Last updated: February 12, 2011

December 9, 2010

Enraged by the WikiLeaks allegations that Russia is a virtual mafia state, white tipped sharks went on rampage in the Red Sea mauling Russian tourists (a German tourist came under attack too, probably the case of misidentification). This blog salutes the awesome predator

December 11, 2010

Whitetips in the Red Sea face mass extinction after a marine biologist confirmed that the sharks, remotely controlled by Israel via GPS devices, are native to the Red Sea. The sharks face accusations of collaborating with the Israeli Mossad in staging attacks on tourists with a view of harming Egypt's booming tourism industry. To remind our readers, a long standing tradition in the Middle East is that natives caught selling their services to the Zionist enemy should be punished by death.

January 5, 2011

Saudi General Bureau of Investigation: Vulture is not spy

Saudi General Bureau of Investigation dismissed speculations about the Israeli spy vulture as ridiculous.

"It can't be a Mossad spy. If it was it would have forged identification from a university in the UK," said the Bureau chief.

"It's the vultures and other animals without Tel Aviv University legbands, who are the real Mossad agents" added mr. Al-Majnoun

February 11, 2011

Tunisia says to have detained a heavily armed group of supporters of the ousted president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali. The group is suspected of involvement in a wave of violence that engulfed Tunisia in the wake of the revolution. All members of the group were found to be remotety controled via GPS transmitters by an identified foreign intelligence agency. Some militants were also tagged with legbands bearing the name of the Department of Molecular Biology and Ecology of Plants of Tel Aviv University.

TUNIS (Reuters) - Tunisian authorities said on Thursday they had detained an armed group, linked to ousted president Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali, which they suspected of involvement in a wave of violence.


February 12, 2011

The Department of Ecology of Plants of Tel Aviv University rejected allegations that it was involved in a recent wave of violence in Tunisia. Nevertheless, Israeli scientists stressed the importance that research of the migratory patterns of militant groups has for better understanding of the ecology of plants in the area.

As radical elements move around the region, they leave a certain impact on vegetation, if only by the mere act of trampling on it. Some studies suggest that militants may be facilitating pollination of certain species of plants. Another interesting theory speculates that militants are also contributing to the regionwide conversion of national floras as they cross borders between countries of the region while transporting seeds that get stuck in their military fatigues and footwear.



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