Sunday, September 9, 2007

Les enragés

"In recent years, Israel has recorded incidents of rabies predominantly in the country's north and sources at the Agriculture Ministry blame the failure of Lebanon and Syria to deal with the outbreak of the disease in their territories for this phenomenon. Over the past few years there have been 15 cases of rabies, all in the North. Most are blamed on infected jackals, foxes and other animals who cross the border into Israel and infect pets, who in turn infect their owners."

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