I was born in the Red Sea near Eilat in 2001. That makes me 10 years old. I think Eilat is a really nice city and I would have loved to have stayed there, but I was recruited to spy for Israel at a young age. I joined the Mossad when I was three years old. At first it was exciting, traveling the world and going on missions.
After a while, though, I got tired and thought of retiring, spending my time with all my other seal friends. But, alas, it was not to be. The Mossad needs me; Israel needs me and so I swim the world, implementing all sorts of Zionist plans. My latest task was to eat the propellers of the ships for the Freedom Flotilla 2.
I was able to spy and watch what they were loading. I told my superiors in Jerusalem what I had heard. The flotilla people think Israel was listening with secret devices – but really, it was me. I heard them talking about the bags of sulfur they’d brought aboard and I know they plan to attack Israeli soldiers.
So I got the orders to disable whatever ships I could. I hate the taste of metal, but what could I do? So, here I am, a ten year old seal, a Mossad agent. I am – well, I am a Zionist seal!