Prime Minister Gordon Brown has today issued a Fatwah against German magazine editor Martin Sonneborn following the publication of "humourous" pictures of Madeleine McCann in his "hilarious" magazine "Titanic".
Mr Sonneborn, who since the Fatwah was issued is now known in the U.K as "The Infidel Sonneborn" has said he does not regret publishing the pictures as Germans find them funny.
Mr Brown's cabinet today announced that Madeleine's face is now classed as an "iconic" image and burned an effigy of "The Infidel Sonneborn" in the House of Commons during speakers question time.
Conservative leader David Cameron protested vehemently stating that the Fatwah had been his idea in the first place, but he had left his effigy in the toilets by mistake.
Despite his protestations "The Infidel Sonneborn" has gone into hiding since Mr Brown announced a top secret "revised" version of Bonfire Night on November 5th.