Reeling from the onslaught of Tomahawk missiles raining from the sky, Libya President Gadhafi called on Allah to invoke the curse of all curses on former friend and fellow Islamist, Barack Obama; the befouling of one's bed by a dyspeptic camel.
For centuries the nomadic Bedouins of Northern Africa have used camels both for commerce and transportation as they traversed the endless sand dunes of the Sahara Desert. In some cases, despite religious tenents forbidding bedding down with one's beast of burden, they succumbed to the temptation brought about by endless nights spent against the warmth of their camel's underbelly.
Regrettably, this penchant for camel coitus was not without risk. As most camels lacked even the rudimentary fundamentals of potty training, it was not uncommon for them to leave a bowel movement on the blankets they shared with their master. Some of these dreamy eyed dromadaries, not having a regular diet, suffered from tertiary dyspepsia. Medical books describe this as the leading cause of runny bowel movements, disgustedly putrid in nature.
Waking up in the morning covered in such filth is not a pretty thing. For this reason, to curse one's avowed enemy to be afflicted with this condition became the ultimate of curses. Even after centuries of use, Bedouins such as Gadhafi still call upon Allah to inflict this curse upon their mortal enemies.
How the camel was able to breach security at the White House is another matter. Some might say it was Divine intervention, but somehow a dyspeptic camel was able to befoul the President's bed. Luckily for Barack and the First Lady, they were in Rio when this odoriferous accident of nature occurred.
The score now stands: Obama 1: Gadhafi 1. Who will win the next battle between these African warriors?