TEL AVIV - In what has been deemed the highest exchange stakes between the hostile communities of Israelis and Palestinians, the Israelis would receive one Apple smartphone in exchange for one hundred hummus containers to the Palestinians.
Essentially, the Americans would provide the latest Apple iPhone via the American company, Apple, and hand it over to the Palestinians to give to Israel. In return, the Palestinians would receive one hundred hummus containers flavored American from America to give to Israel.
Although the dangers were risky, the prospects, which most of those involved in the negotiations, thought it worthwhile. Even the advisers of U.S. President Barack Obama told us that he had a good gut feeling about this exchange similar to the ones former President George W. Bush felt twice a day while in office.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu had vocalized austerely that the police should not be involved in such a dangerous trade-off because they could not know for sure if any of the iPhones had worms in them without turning the smartphones on.
Palestinians, on the other hand, wanted to count each and every one of the containers, as many times as they could in a day, to make sure they weren't being fooled again. However, all of the above mentioned were stipulated in the details of a hand Obama written covenant.
In other unrelated news, Apple's smartphones voted by PC Magazine to be the humblest smartphones alive because it allowed the owner of the phone to borrow the letter 'I' until the next owner./i]