You can’t put anything over those brilliant Saudi Arabians, they see through every attempt to pull the wool over their eyes. For example, they banned Barbie Dolls when they figured out that they were part of a Zionist plot to bring promiscuity to Saudi Arabia. They banned Pokemon  because they too were part of the Zionist conspiracy.  But today’s Saudi discovery topped them all, today those incredible Saudi minds captured one of the top birds of the Mossad.

A vulture tagged by scientists at Tel Aviv University has strayed into Saudi Arabian territory, where it was promptly arrested on suspicion of being a Mossad spy, Israeli and Saudi media reported Tuesday.

The bird was found in a rural area of the country wearing a transmitter and a leg bracelet bearing the words ‘Tel Aviv University’, according to the reports, which surfaced first in the Israeli daily Ma’ariv.

Although these tags indicate that the bird was part of a long-term research project into migration patters, residents and local reporters told Saudi Arabia’s Al-Weeam newspaper that the matter seemed to be a ‘Zionist plot.’

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Those Saudis are so astute to see through all of those feathers and bird crap to see a legitimate spy.  Unfortunately for the Mossad this is the second major plot discovered in a few weeks, the last one was that Zionist Shark terrorizing Egyptians in the Red Sea.

Once they are done seeking out Mossad spies, perhaps the Saudis could take some of that oil money and buy a clue.  And out President bowed to the king of this country–Sheeesh!

The Saudis aren’t the only ones that need to get a clue. Watch this video over at the Right Scoop and see some of the reasons why our country is in so much trouble.

 
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