3. Basra badgers
Not directly Zionist, but pretty close:
Word spread among the populace that UK troops had introduced strange man-eating, bear-like beasts into the area to sow panic.
But several of the creatures, caught and killed by local farmers, have been identified by experts as honey badgers.
The rumours spread because the animals had appeared near the British base at Basra airport.
Maybe it was Bigfoot?
2. Slithering Zio-snakes:
Arabs in the West Bank not only have to deal with sheep, lions and wild Zionist pigs. They also have to worry about Israeli snakes:
Eyewitnesses said a snake at least one meter long bit a woman on farmland near Salfit.
Locals, who have often accused Ariel settlers of releasing wild boars into villages and farmland, said the snake might have escaped from the nearby settlement.
As with the other creatures, the snakes are well trained to distinguish their Arab prey from other humans. My guess is that they use pheromones.