Mosque on White House Grounds

Funny story written by Spicewood

Sunday, 24 October 2010

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Harry L. Reeltor, Superintendent of Federal Grounds in Washington, D.C., announced today that due to a misinterpretation of Section D., Page 4879, Paragraph, 3, permission had been granted to Rasheed Ahamed Reebama, to proceed with plans to construct a mosque in the backyard of the White House.

He stated, "As per a directive we received in September from the President, our staff was out campaigning for Democratic Candidates, and unfortunately, when Mr. Reebama applied for the building permit, the only person in the office was Abin Ben Samir, and he automatically approved their plans."

It appears that the structure will be a duplicate of the Blue Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey. The cascading domes and six slender minarets of the Mosque will dominate the skyline of Washington.

The mosque complex will include a madrasa, a hospital, a han, a primary school, a market, an imaret, an armory for storage of automatic weapons and bomb making material and a training facility for young Muslim trainees.

When President Obama was asked about the pending structure, he replied, "Hey, I just work here. We can always land the helicopters in the front yard. I just don't see anything wrong with government employees doing a few favors for me, after all, I am the President."

Construction of the new complex will start in the Spring of 2011, immediately after the American Pork Producers Association have their annual Pork barbecue on the back yard of the White House.

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

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