Written by Jaggedone

Monday, 21 February 2011

image for Arabs believe if they make enough noise "The Almighty One" will appear, hence the riots!
Not him, the other one!

The Arab world is up-in-arms and demanding a revolution. The rest of the world believes the hype that common Arabs wants their leaders, mainly corrupt, ousted.

Egypt, Tunesia, Bahrain, Libya, etc, are all experiencing the worst riots since the colony powers of yesteryear withdrew their tentacles.

Now the writer of this Spoof has other information received from his intrepid CIA (Cockroach Infiltration Army) reporters who have infiltrated the catacombs and bazars of the major Arabian cities; entered the caf├ęs and non-alcholic bars (in your dreams) and generally been scampering around under-foot.

CIA intrepid reporter Ali Beelzibub-Bush (no relation) sent the following telegraph via Casablanca over Humphrey Bogarts dead body (it tasted delicious).

Here is the real reason why so many Arabian countries are in uproar and in a revolutionary mood:

The common Arab believes in Allah and Allah must guide them through these troubled times; only problem is Allah don't listen to the common man, he only listens to Bin Laden and Arab corrupt leaders.

So they've all got together, millions of them, and are now determined to wake "The Almighty One" by making so much noise that he will fall out of bed and "do something" at last?

After enjoying a puff or two on a dead Arabs steam pipe in Tripoli and a nibble on his pork-less bones, CIA intrepid reporter, Ali Beelzibub-Bush, did a runner and now he's safely back sucking slaughtered pigs leftovers in a slaughterhouse in Shoreditch (his part-time job)?

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

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Topics: God, Middle East

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