Israel using electronically equipped vultures as spies 2

homelandsecuritynewswire.com

Sudanese security forces have captured what they describe as an electronically tagged vulture which was dispatched by the Israeli military on a surveillance mission over Sudan; the Sudanese claimed the vulture was equipped with a camera, a solar-powered satellite uplink, and a GPS device; the Sudanese also claimed that the surveillance gear was produced by the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and that it was stamped with the university’s logo

Sudanese officials told the Egyptian Web site El Balad that Sudanese security forces have captures an electronically tagged vulture which was dispatched by the Israeli military on a surveillance mission over Sudan.

JTA reports that Sudanese officials said the vulture was captured in the town of Kereinek in the Darfur region in west Sudan. The Sudanese claimed the vulture was equipped with a camera, a solar-powered satellite uplink, and a GPS device. The Sudanese also claimed that the surveillance gear was produced by the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, and that it was stamped with the university’s logo.

A Sudanese official told Iranian TV that the vulture had a leg band saying, in Hebrew, “Israel’s Nature Service.”

Ohad Hazofe, a scientist working for Israel’s Nature Service, told Israeli news site Ynet that vultures are routinely tagged and fitted with GPS chips so their movement can be tracked.

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2 comments

  1. Those wacky Jews and their electronically equipped spying vultures. Up to their old tricks, I see. When are they going to start thinking outside the box?

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