Hezbollah Hell - Unmanned drone over Israel sparks usual unrest

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Thursday, 11 October 2012


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Hezbollah have admitted to sending an unmanned drone over Israel. The paper aeroplane which was controlled by the "Breath of Allah" (or as the rest of us call it the wind) sailed gracefully over Israeli territory before being shot down by the Israeli air force. Who admitted to using way too many missiles than was necessary. A spokesman for Hezbollah (well he had a beard and all terrorists have beards right?) said:

"Our glorious unmanned drone flew over many sensitive Israeli sights and we even saw one of their pig dog soldiers taking a shit behind a bush. The drone flew round him several times forcing him to snap it off mid-poo and run inside."

A strange thing to watch when it seems there would be much more interesting things going on in the Middle East. Like getting some really cool film of the fighting in Syria. That would be like watching a really awesome war film, but you're not that bothered who wins. The spokesman concluded with:

"We will continue to be a mild annoyance to any Israeli soldiers going to the toilet outdoors, until all of Palestine is free."

A better tactic we suppose to blowing up schools.

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