The Zionist Zoo strikes again

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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 IsraeliZionist 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…

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Man sees for the first time in old age: ‘It’s like I’m a child all over again’

canada.com

MONTREAL – When Pierre-Paul Thomas was a boy, he could not play hockey with his brothers and it broke his heart.

For Thomas had been born blind. He endured the triple misfortune of suffering from congenital nystagmus — a condition in which the eyes move from side to side involuntarily — along with damaged optic nerves and cataracts bulging behind his pupils.

It was the 1940s — long before medicare became available — and Thomas grew up in a family of nine brothers and sisters in the town of Saint-Rémi-d’Amherst, more than 100 kilometres north of Montreal.

His brothers and sisters were forbidden from calling him blind for fear of their mother whacking their behinds. So Thomas learned to “see” with his fingers. When he grew older, he repaired bikes, and for his first full-time job, he kneaded dough in a bakery.

Thomas could make out the rough, unfocused outlines…

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Canadian man linked to Bulgarian bus bombing

canada.com

Bulgarian officials have identified two individuals — including a Canadian — who are suspected of involvement in a Hezbollah-linked bus bomb attack that killed five Israeli tourists last summer.

The men have been identified as Canadian Hassan El Hajj Hassan, 25, and Australian Meliad Farah, 32.

Earlier this year, Canada’s Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird said the Canadian in question was a dual national who resides in Lebanon, but did not identify him by name.

Then-immigration minister Jason Kenney said the man immigrated to Canada from Lebanon at a young age, obtained Canadian citizenship a few years later, and then returned to Lebanon when he was 12.

He has returned to Canada a few times but was not a “habitual” resident, Kenney said at the time.

On July 18 of last year, a bus exploded as it took a group of Israeli tourists from the airport to the Black Sea…

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‘Crazy bird lady’ offers drug-addicted, abused parrots safe haven

Global News

A woman in Chalk River, Ontario has dedicated her life to saving abused birds, some of which arrive at her door addicted to drugs.

Diane Dwyer has more than 60 birds that have been abandoned or seized by police and she keeps them in her home where she runs 2nd Chance Aviary Parrot Sanctuary.

The self-proclaimed “crazy bird lady” said the police first discovered her sanctuary when an 82-year-old parrot named “Bill” called 911.

“Bill picked up the phone and hit 911 and [the emergency operator] said ‘what’s the emergency?’… I said ‘none, we’re just heading out to work.’”

The phone operator asked Dwyer if there were any children in the house and hours later police showed up at her doorstep.

Dwyer said she told police to be prepared and brought them in to meet the parrots.

“The first thing [Bill] says is ‘do you want to smoke…

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