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Iran Seizes Israeli Spies

Introducing our latest weapon: Zionist Death Pigeons.TM

Has the symbol of peace* joined the efforts against Iran’s nuclear program? Iranian media reported on Monday that security forces had seized two ‘spy pigeons’ near the uranium enrichment facility in Natanz and a second location.

According to the report, One of the pigeons was caught near a rose water production plant in the city of Kashan in Isfahan province, the report cited an unnamed informed source as saying, adding that metal rings and invisible strings were attached to the bird.

“Early this month, a black pigeon was caught bearing a blue-coated metal ring, with invisible strings,” the source was quoted as saying.

Iranian sources said that “it is entirely possible that pigeons were used to spy on the nuclear facility in Natanz.” The birds were been handed over to defense officials, their fate is unknown.

* Note to Ynet journalist: Doves are the symbol of peace, not pigeons. Pigeons are the symbol of statue defecation.

Update: The story just gave me a childhood flashback. Anyone else remember this show?

10 thoughts on “Iran Seizes Israeli Spies”

  1. I thought of that show, myself. My son loves it! But as far as Iran goes – you canNOT make up stuff like this. & the whole world just nods when their president shoots off his mouth…

  2. A little off-topic, but what IS the name of that show? My son and I were both racking our brains yesterday trying to remember, and neither of us could come up with it.

  3. Fromhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dastardly_and_Muttle…target=”_blank”> Wikipedia:

    Dastardly and Muttley in Their Flying Machines was a Saturday morning cartoon produced by Hanna-Barbera Productions for CBS from September 13, 1969 to September 5, 1971. The show's working title was Stop the Pigeon, and the show's theme song (derived from "Tiger Rag" and sung by Dick Dastardly himself) repeats the phrase so often that it is easy for that to be mistaken for the show's actual title.

  4. How did they see the strings, if they were invisible? Just curious. And why a black pigeon? Why aren't they looking for ninjas?

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