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Sunday, 17 February 2008

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Camilla Fayed a Mossad pin-up girl?

London - (DUI Mess): Camilla Fayed, the 23 year-old daughter of Harabs' grocer and vexatious litigant Mohammed Fayed, has been branded a lurid Mossad trollop just as her father's Diana inquest testimony bellyflopped in the Royal Courts of Justice.

The London-based socialite bimbo described by LA FagHagSlagMag as a "self-publicising, useless wannabe Paris Hilton", has been slammed in the Middle East for her appetite for semi-naked evening dresses, public displays of champagne bingeing and strings of tacky Z-List lovers.

"Is this the kind of Muslim family Mohammed Fayed thinks Diana wanted to marry into?" a UAE newspaper editorial asked today just as the Harabs' grocer launched into an inquest tirade that Princess Diana was pregnant by Dodi and about to converted to Islam, the Fayed family religion.

Meanwhile in New York a former CIA/KGB double operative has given a press conference ahead of an autobiography book-launch and said the Fayed family faith is "a flag of convenience dreamed up by Mossad".

These developments are being closely monitored in notoriously TheoConistic Middle Eastersn enclaves like Sordid Arabia and Iran where women are routinely persecuted for immorality based on their clothing, social lives and ability to hire a good lawyer.

Salman Rushdie is a gibbering wreck.

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