Written by Al N.

Saturday, 14 December 2013

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St. Paul is known for his stony silence.

Damascus, Syria St. Paul returned to the famous site today where he met Jesus two thousand years ago. It was here he converted from being a heathen persecutor of Christians to a beloved martyr of early Christendom.

As he walked down the road, he continually stumbled over dead Syrians, who his guides told him had recently been gassed by their own government.

St. Paul (formerly known as "Saul") was being interviewed live by Syrian television and had just launched into a tirade against the Syrian government when he exclaimed, "What's that smell?" Suddenly, the communication went dead.

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

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Topics: Jesus, Syria

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