Al Qaeda Are in Deep Trouble!

Funny story written by IN SEINE

Thursday, 14 October 2010

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A son of a camel (this photograph was taken in Yemen!)

The head of all things terrorist, Osama bin Laden, is said to be very angry because of a book written by Al Qaeda (Yemen Chapter) entitled "How to Kill Americans".

In principle, he applauds their efforts, but he does have his doubts as to whether it is the wisest move at the current time. The Americans know of his exact whereabouts and could kill him at any time and indeed, the CIA have already 'bugged' his cave on the Pakistan/Afghanistan border. This bug is privy to every conversation he has with his Generals. (You should hear what he says to his privates!)

In Seine News has received a transcript of what the bearded boss has said:

Osama: "Mohammed, those stupid, stupid Yemeni dogs! They have only gone and published my book of my dreams at the wrong time!

Mohammed: "Yes Oh Mighty One - it is the wrong time - sons of Yemeni camels!"

Osama: "Do they know that Barrack Obama has declared to the whole world that he is American?"

Mohammed: "We all know that he isn't one!"

Osama: "Yes, but since the Americans believe that he is American, then surely some of our brothers over there would want to kill him?"

Mohammed: "Not necessarily Oh Mighty One! It was announced in Friday prayers around the world that he isn't American."

Osama: "But what if some group wants to assassinate him and put the blame on Al Qaeda, how can we deny responsibility now that they have issued the book?"

Mohammed: "Allah (praise be on him) will be merciful to us!"

Osama: "Those infidels are trying to give us a bad name!"

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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