In an in-depth and intellectual documentary, CNN news station today showed the world that the Gaza Strip, once seen as a complex and distressing part of the world, at the heart of an ancient and troubled war zone, is actually a striptease artiste.
CNN reporter Imelda Botox had this to say, speaking from Chicago: 'Many analysts have made out that Gaza is at the centre of the conflict between the Israelis and Palestinians - but it's actually just a curvy babe, with a nice chest and long legs.'
And fellow commentator, Martin Crane, added: 'Woo hoo, Gaza! Yeah, baby!'
Economists in Switzerland have long questioned the validity of Gaza as being an area worth funding, but now a spokesfuhrer for bankers Credit Suisse said: 'We didn't want to throw pointless francs at Gaza, in case it would actually do any good. But now we know Gaza gets 'em off every evening, we're sending our first trillion tonight - after we've seen the show, of course.'
But Hamas spokesbomber, Ali Weelbee Reveeld, said: 'We've tried to stop peace here for years, now the West knows it's all just a vaudeville act, there's a danger our gunmen will be out of a job.' And Israeli Attack Minister, Uri Ben Schniper, added: 'Hey, WE sell the tickets round here, pal, and ignore all the UN resolutions demanding to see Gaza strip.'
George W. Bush had this to say about the news: 'If Gaza trips up, maybe that Michael Moron will make a film about it. Where's the nearest Burger Schmurger?' And Democrat candidate, and pain in the neck, Shrillary Clinton, said: 'I was born in Israel, and was its first suicide bomber.'
Gaza is 20,000 years old today.