Written by Jaggedone
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Friday, 22 January 2010

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Not quite Turkeys but nearly, enough to scare the shit out of Al Qaeda terrorists anyway!

Al Qaeda terrorists have been rounded up by a very unusual source, Turkey.

Not only good on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas, Turkeys, especially the wild version, are pretty useful at scaring the shit out of Al Qaeda terrorists.

Anyway, the Al Qaeda terrorists were confronted by several very ugly and aggressive wild Turkeys in the mountain ranges of guess where, Turkey.

Thinking they were creatures of the Devil they decided to run for their lives.

The Turkeys chased them thinking: "Gobble Gobble, this is fun!"

The terrorists scared out of their lives started praying to Allah for his guidance, they also forget their suicide bombs and weapons, the Turkeys didn't care.

A passing Turkish military convoy searching for wild Kurds, who eat wild Turkeys by the way, stopped in amazement at the sight of these turbaned terrorists running for their lives screaming to the heavens and Allah's forgiveness.

Two of the Turkeys were given Turkish military medals of honour and a couple were slaughtered and sent to the US President as a gesture of solidarity in the fight against terrorism.

The Al Qaeda terrorists are now locked up in a Turkish prison being fed on a diet of SATANS Giblets and Turkey sandwiches.

No Stairway To Heaven for them, Gobble ,Gobble!

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