Evil Moslem cleric Abu Hamza to star as Captain Hook in Christmas Pantomime

Funny story written by Noshing Mink

Thursday, 15 November 2007

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Hamza is so evil that he has a hook instead of a hand

Caged Imam Abu Hamza, who believes in murdering people to satisfy his perverted religious desires, is to star as Captain Hook in a production of Peter Pan in London this Christmas. The sickening psychopath, who converted many peace-loving Moslem youths from fluffy bunnies into rabid terrorists by simply reading the Qu'uran to them, lost his hand many years ago making a bomb, and since then has worn a hook.

Hamza is presently serving a sentence of imprisonment in Britain for being an evil bastard, and conspiracy to commit murder. He lives in a plush cell and is allowed to shout religious slogans at other prisoners. The character he will be playing, Captain Hook, is a wicked pirate in the children's pantomime, who is portrayed as a possible paedophile, since he tries to kidnap some lost boys.

An angry mob outside his jail said:

"We don't want to see him on a stage. We want to see him on a gallows."

However, wishy-washy armchair liberals claim that acting in Peter Pan will help rehabilitate the terrorist Imam. Ivy Naivey said:

"Hamza will be the villain and will be booed by the audience. This will be therapy for his victims and should be punishment enough for him. We were also considering giving out rotten tomatoes, but changed our mind because it may breach his human rights."

Hamza's prison sentence will end next year. Under UK law, he will be free after that date to bomb Britain and tell others to do likewise. However, fortunately, the U.S. government has requested his extradition for trying to kill people in America. A sensible law and enforcement officer in Washington said:

"We've got a cell in Guantanemo Bay with this SOB's name on the door. He'll have to leave the hook outside, though."

Hamza's lawyers are contesting the extradition. His solicitor said:

"The Americans might be rude to him. This would breach his human rights."

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

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