It’s Hard to Believe

Mar 28, 2010 No Comments by

There is a new definition to the phrase ‘booby-trap’ since a British spy agency revealed female suicide bombers are to be fitted with explosive breast implants. Al Qaeda has a team of radical doctors who are prepared to insert the weapon during plastic surgery.

“Women suicide bombers recruited by Al Qaeda are known to have had the explosives inserted in their breasts under techniques similar to breast enhancing surgery,” terrorist expert Joseph Farah said.

Male bombers would have the explosive implanted near their appendix or in their buttocks; women would have them inside their breasts, Britain’s Daily Mail reported over the weekend.

The British intelligence agency, MI5, believes the development was triggered by the introduction of body scanners at airports — and first got wind of the threat from increasingly vocal “chatter” on Arab Web sites.

The nip and tuck tactic was discovered after the London-educated Nigerian Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab was caught before he could blow an airliner in the US on Christmas Day. He had explosives stuffed in his underwear.

If that’s not enough to raise your eyebrows, how about the KFC ban-the-bacon deal. The pigs are delighted by this news.

When a KFC customer ordered his favorite ‘Big Daddy’ burger, he was told the product was no longer on the menu. “You can’t have bacon on your burger here. We’re now halal!” Katherine Faulkner reported March 24 in the Daily Mail.

“The Burton-on-Trent branch is one out of 86 of the 750 British KFC restaurants which is now selling nothing other than halal meat,” she wrote.

KFC execs reached the ban-the-bacon policy because of increasing demands from Moslems, who have pork on their strictly forbidden dietary regulations.

OK, I have some very smart remarks in mind, but what do you think?

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Ron Ross worked as the first Sports Editor at WINTV. In Wollongong. He ran The Hamburger Hut an outreach and discipleship program for youth. He served with Youth With a Mission in Hawaii, Philippines and Australia. He was senior pastor of the Noosa Baptist Church, Queensland for 9 years. He reported news from Jerusalem for five years and is now the Middle East correspondent for United Christian Broadcasters and travels regularly preaching and teaching.
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