IDF Discover 'Carrier Pigeons' On-board Ship To 'Gaza' (Estelle) Carried Photos Of Israeli Soldiers
When Israel Defense Forces soldiers nine days ago overtook the "Estelle" ship, which sought to breach Israel's naval blockade on Gaza, encountered a strange surprise. Between the crates containing toys and medications, they discovered a carrier pigeon. According to IDF assessments, the pigeons carried digital tags, which were attached around their legs, containing photos of Israeli soldiers as they seized the ship. It is believed the photos were aimed for global media distribution. Pro-Palestinian Israeli activist Yonatan Shapira, who was on board the ship, confirmed the IDF assessment, saying: "We tagged some of the carrier pigeons with digital memory cards containing photos showing IDF soldiers using taser guns."Tasers? Really?
The Israeli Navy soldiers operated as planned, and took every precaution necessary to ensure the safety of the passengers. After boarding the vessel by IDF soldiers, who did not need to use force, the passengers were attended to and offered food and beverages.Iran TV Channel's propaganda interview with one of the activists.
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Posted by: chin ho at October 31, 2012 02:35 AM
here should be copious warnings about this in the media, so that any boats captain & crew knows in advance that, in breaching Israeli waters, they are effectively donating their boat to anti-Terrorism charities. Their choice.
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