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Friday, 26 September 2008

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Tel Aviv, Israel: Several B1 Lancer bombers, each with a Saudi Arabian flag painted on its vertical stabilizer and Arabic writing on the nose have landed here. The aircraft and flight crews were initially detained, as technically Saudi Arabia is still at war with Israel.

The translation of the Arabic on the first aircraft was "Betty the Bunker Buster", situated next to a buxom babe. The second aircraft's translated Arabic was "Ahmadinejad Sucks", situated next to a lemon. The remaining aircraft displayed similar diplomatic messages for the Iranian political leadership.

A debriefing occurred shortly after the planes landed. The flight leader was interviewed by Israeli security people and said "his aircraft needed to take on fuel." Why are you so low on fuel he was asked? The flight leader replied that "the gas stations are closed because of an oil shortage in the magic kingdom."

Inspection of the aircraft's cargo bays by Israeli customs officials, revealed a number of huge slender items, billed as "large erasers." The flight leader said his aircraft were on a terraforming mission to Iran to provide the world relief from nuclear headaches and heartburn being caused by a little dictatorial prick!

The flight crews could be seen in Bedouin garb, readying their aircraft while eating Meals Ready to Eat (MREs). The flight crews hailed from various places such as Cairo IL, Damascus MD and Lebanon PA.

The Israeli's packed a lunch of Pita, Falafel and Hummus for all the flight crews, so they shouldn't be hungry during their subsequent trip. The flight crews and the ground controllers exchanged adieus as the aircraft taxied and then took off to rendezvous with other assets. After delivering their packages, the aircraft would make the long flight to return to the magic kingdom.

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