No Kidding!! Palestine Arrests “Dolphin” – Because It’s An Israel Spy

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Aug 20 2015
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Two months ago, Malaysia football team, once the best in Asia in the 1970s, suffered a humiliating defeat. Earlier in March, the supposedly ferocious “Harimau Malaya” team was tamed by Oman, beating the Malaysian team to a 6-0 defeat. But it was alright because Oman was a super rich country.


But losing to Palestine by the same score of 6-0? Not only Malaysia lost shamefully, but the defeat had happened at home at National Stadium in Bukit Jalil. And despite a population of less than five million and very much poorer than Malaysia, Palestine was ranked 118th by FIFA, 44 places above Malaysia.

Palestine Beat Malaysia 6-0 - Football

Palestine is not to be under-estimated, although its conflict with Israel doesn’t seem to be ending anytime soon. Its militant group Hamas is quite impressive too. Recently, the naval unit of the Hamas military brigade has captured an Israel spy off the Gaza coast. Palestine radio network happily reported the success.


Turns out – the spy captured is a dolphin. Of course, the Israel Navy was instantly sent into chaos and panic mode because it would be a great embarrassment and a symbol of defeat to lose one of their invincible submarines to the inferior equipped Hamas Navy. After some rounds of counting, Israel was relieved and maintains that their fleet of “Dolphin” class submarines is in order.

Israel Dolphin Class Submarine

No, says Hamas Army Radio. The Palestine has indeed captured their dolphin and they were talking about a mammal, not a steel boat. What a dramatic event it had been. Apparently, Hamas claims the captured dolphin was equipped with “spying equipment” including cameras (*grin*).


Well, the poor dolphin, often considered one of the smartest mammals on planet Earth, is now treated as an Israeli spy and definitely not a flipper. We’re not sure if the spy was read its rights to remain silence and be charged at a Palestine court. Nonetheless, this is not the first time Israel is accused of animal espionage.

Dolphin Spy with Camera

Recently, Turkish media have highlighted allegations that birds tagged with Israeli university tracking devices were on espionage missions. In 2012, an eagle with an Israeli tag in Sudan was captured and touted as a Mossad spy. Two years earlier, an Egyptian official said Israel-controlled sharks could be involved in a number of attacks on tourists in the Red Sea.


Spy or not, it was definitely a good diversion tactic by the Egyptian government. Earlier, a German snorkeler was killed and left four others seriously injured by a shark but the country’s officials were adamant about reopening the beach at Sharm el Sheikh. The action had been criticized.

Israel Shark Spy Espionage

When sharks came attacking again, they conveniently blame Israel for unleashing their trained shark in order to harm Egypt economy. They claimed that a GPS tracking device was found on one of the sharks though. But when it was pointed that GPS devices are used by marine biologists to track sharks, not to remote-control them, Egyptian officials suggested that the attacks were due to overfishing or illegal feeding.


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