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Wednesday, 4 May 2011

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Baghdad's Sibbi Fatimabad, 93, owns the world's largest collection of Osama Bin Laden Bubblegum Trading Cards.

CHICAGO - The leader in the bubblegum trading card industry has decided that it will honor the request of its thousands of card buying customers and fans and remove all Osama Bin Laden Bubblegum Trading Cards from their store displays.

A spokesperson for the card giant, Tatum F. Veetipple, stated that his company had received over 70,000 text messages, emails, and letters asking him to remove the cards.

Veetipple said that only three emails were received asking that the cards remain on the market.

When asked by a reporter for USA DAYBREAK, Veetipple replied that two who did not want the cards removed were both residents of Abbottabad and their names were Simmy Bin Laden and Timmy Bin Laden.

He then stated that the third individual was Sibbi Fatimabad, a 93-year-old unemployed camel breeder who resides in Karachi and who has the worlds largest collection of Osama Bin Laden Bubblegum Trading Cards which numbers 471,913 cards.

According to Picapedia Simmy and Timmy Bin Laden are believed to be the twin sons of Osama Bin Laden.

[EDITOR'S NOTE: About 18 million of the Osama Bin Laden Bubblegum Trading Cards were set to be destroyed, but when contacted by the Bin Laden twins and told that they would like to buy them, the company offered to sell them the entire Osama Bin Laden Bubblegum Trading Card inventory for $180,000.]

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