Palestinian Authority Says Israel Stole Their Snake


After an online vote, Israel’s Society for the Protection of Nature and the Israel Nature and Parks Authority named the Palestine viper as Israel’s national snake.

The Palestine viper, or daboia palaestinae, is found across the Levant, from the northern Negev and western Jordan in the south to northern Lebanon and central Syria in the north, the snake is common throughout most of Israel, and in Hebrew is referred to as the ‘common viper’, or ‘common Land of Israel viper’.

The Palestinian Authority protested the move, calling it ‘theft’ and ignoring what they called the viper’s Palestinian heritage.

Read more at Arutz Sheva.



  1. They are right. Snake is the perfect creature to represent them. Desired Chava, lied, brought death to the world. What’s the problem?

  2. LOL
    there is no shortage of vipers amongst the Palestinians.
    They can easily replace it with Mahmoud Abbas or any of the other 2 legged snakes


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