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Sunday, 22 August 2010

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Tehran launches Karrar unmanned bomber drone - go, go Iran!

Iran underscored its peaceful intentions by releasing a new unmanned bomber drone and claiming that it brings a "message of friendship".

The Karrar aircraft has a range of 1,000 km and can carry two 250 lb bombs or one precise 500 lb bomb.

However, instead of carrying explosive devices, it will carry gifts, because, as everyone knows, Iran is a nice country that doesn't want to harm any other countries. Therefore, it will drop boxes of chocolates on Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, then it will refuel and fly to Iraq where it will drop some bouquets of flowers over the government buildings in Baghdad.

A specially extended version of the Karrar will fly all the way to the UN building in New York where it will drop a map showing all of Iran's actual and planned nuclear facilities complete with blueprints proving that they are for peaceful purposes only, and a personal letter addressed to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, telling him what a great guy he is.

Finally, the Karrar will return to Iran via Pakistan, dropping 1 million food packages plus anoraks and waterproof shoes.

The Security Council gave three cheers for Tehran and passed a resolution thanking the Iranians for being so nice.

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