PA daily: Israel trained cattle to spy on Palestinian village

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 PA daily: Israel trained cattle to spy on Palestinian village

A Palestinian village elder fabricated a story about Israeli livestock involved in espionage activities that the official Palestinian Authority daily news outlet Al-Hayat al-Jadida published as a fact, according to a Palestinian Media Watch report.

“A medallion is hung around the neck of each cow with a listening and recording device, and sometimes cameras, to keep track of every detail,” – said the headman.

The PA Daily further claimed that a Palestinian village elder spotted Israeli cows that were actually “recruited and trained”; spies.

Khirbet Yanun village elder Rushd Morrar is sure: “These are recruited and trained cattle, as a medallion with a listening and recording device is hung around the neck of each cow, and sometimes cameras to track every detail in Khirbet Yanoun, big and small.

The elder also added that “settlers are releasing herds of wild boars” to destroy the Palestinian crops.

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