A concert purportedly to help raise money for the victims of the crises in Darfur, and Iraq, will be staged in London in October by Muslims.
The event, Islam Live 8, is an attempt by Islamic Funded Mentalists to hoodwink the authorities in this country into thinking that 'good ol' Muzzies' are doing their bit to help avert the humanitarian disasters that are springing up around the world with alarming regularity.
Organisers say that many Muslim acts will be appearing, including British-based radicals Bomb the Base, the excitable Fun-Da-Mentalists, and the most popular rap duo in the Islamic world at the moment, The Outrage Brothers.
Singer Sami Yusuf will also headline, and it's thought he might sing a duet of his new single Ramadana-ding-dong with a special guest star, who could be a top al-Qaeda official.
Jehengir Malik, the UK national fundraising manager of Aid group Islamic Relief, said that the concert would celebrate Eid at the end of Ramadan, and would be a certain sell-out.
The concert has already raised eyebrows at Westminster, with members of the government voicing concerns over the security implications of having so many Muslims together in one place.
Muslims, who are noted for their Humanitarianism, and dislike of inhumanity and dictatorships where this arises, enjoy a good knees-up every bit as much as their Western cousins, and leaders say they are considering a plan to stage more 'concerts' like this one if it proves a success.
Terry Wrist, spokesman for another Aid group, Roadside Bombers Ltd, said:
"We'll have to wait and see how many innocent, unsuspecting white infidels we manage to kill at this concert first."