Categorising syrian cats as terror cats is quite unfair and is not really representative of the actual situation on the ground. The reality is that the average Syrian cat is quite a frightened animal, being viewed as "entertainment" by the average Syrian kid, who (I think) is interested in exploring some of the more extreme possibilities of human-cat interaction. I don't have any evidence to *prove* that, and I suspect with the application of some tortuous contrived logic that it might be all Israel's fault, anyway.
The unfortunate consequence of being labeled as terrorists, syrian cats don't get the international aid and support that they would otherwise receive, and as long as that is the case, I don't see how there can be peace in the Middle East.
Azeem Palace Cats
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