There is always a core of hidden truth in Jewish jokes, in Irish jokes and Polish jokes. But with the Arabs, it is the opposite: Their reality is far funnier than the joke. The Mossad's vulture attack is making the rounds in international media. One example:
A Mossad agent has been taken to Saudi custody. The spy looks so much like a vulture that untrained observers have mistaken it for one, but the Zionists can't fool the security experts of the Kingdom. They recognize a spy when they see one, and even when they don't.
The Saudis won't fall for the old vulture trick. They don't judge an agent by its cover. A GPS transmitter carried by the supposed vulture does not make them jump to conclusions. What clinches the matter for Saudi intelligence is a ring attached to the bird's leg that's inscribed "R 65. Tel Aviv University." In English, no less.
It wasn't unexpected. After all, the Zionists sent sharks to bite tourists in Egypt. The Governor of the Southern Sinai, Abed Al-Fardij, minced no words about it. "We must not discount the possibility that Mossad threw the shark into the sea to harm Egyptian tourist industry." If sharks are here, can vultures be far behind?