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Thursday, 5 May 2011

NEW YORK - Abdel Al-Fayad, 25, was going to pay his respect to fellow New Yorkers killed on 11th September, when he was quickly handcuffed by New York City Police and sent to the local precinct.

"I don't get what's the deal!" said Al-Fayad, speaking from his cell. "Just because I wanted to pray to Allah to bless these souls mean I'm a national enemy? When that guy in Oklahoma City blew up, did anyone automatically assume that all white, Protestants people were terrorists? Don't give me that crap about 'home soil' and whatever.

"The British have forgiven the IRA [a terrorist group who attacked Britain for still having Northern Ireland. It's complicated], so why can't you stubborn idiots stop attacking innocent people?"

Al-Fayad then stated that he had had business drop 200% during the 00s because some a 'douchebag' terrorist wanted to make 'Islam look bad'.

"I have to say," he continued. "What a prick."

The NYPD have said that under the Nationalism Act they can 'arrest the foreign scum for any reason they want'.

Several Tea Party members have defended the NYPD.

"Those flowers," said one, Dufoss de Eidiet, "could have... bees! Bees are terrorists you know. He was speaking that voodoo language, you know... he could be putting a curse over our Godly nation."

Al-Fayad says that he doesn't 'have a a clue when [the police] will let him go. He says that he could be in for 'some time'.

"You know what's more terrible?" he said. "The TV is always tuned to FOX News. Oh... listening to the Bill O'Reily man would make anyone turn to it [terrorism]."

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