Spying dolphin captured by Hamas off Gaza coast
Hamas has captured a dolphin said to be outfitted with cameras and other equipment on a stakeout mission for the Israeli occupation, sources speaking on conditions of anonymity told the local Quds newspaper on Wednesday.
The suspicious sea creature was reportedly captured a few days ago near the shores of blockaded Gaza by Hamas’s elite unit of sea commandos.
The source said that the dolphin was dispatched by the Israeli occupation to collect video intelligence of the unit’s training activities.
The Palestinian publication Al-Quds reported that Hamas militants grew wary of the dolphin due to its “suspicious movements.”
The spying equipment was reportedly found when the dolphin was removed from the water and checked.
Al-Quds reported that the dolphin was also outfitted with a device capable of firing arrows with the capability of wounding or even killing a human being.