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1,027 Palestinian Prisoners Released for Gilad Shalit Do Not Have Names

October 19, 2011


EP: Jerusalem – Gilad Shalit, the Israeli soldier held captive by Hamas  since 2006, was released on October 18th in exchange for 1,027 Palestinian prisoners who have no names. At a press conference in Gaza city, a number of the recently released prisoners addressed the issue in front of a handful of reporters. “We realize that by […]

Hermain Cain Questions Whether Muslims are Human, Affirms He is Still Not a Bigot

July 18, 2011


EP: Washington DC – During a press conference today, Republican presidential candidate Herman Cain openly questioned whether being a Muslim and a human being are intrinsically compatible. “First let me clarify that I am not a racist, or a bigot. Look at me, I am black, therefore those words cannot apply to me. However it is not clear to […]

Arab Leaders Relieved Wikileaks Not as Bad as They Thought

November 30, 2010


EP: Cairo – As the United States diplomatic corps struggle to control the fallout from the latest Wikileaks release, Arab leaders are breathing a sigh of relief after becoming aware of the contents of the documents. “People are saying these documents are making us look bad” said King Abdullah of Jordan.  “But trust me, I […]

Helen Thomas Still Waiting for $2 million Offer from Fox News

October 22, 2010


EP: NYC – Helen Thomas, a former member of the White House Press corps whose career in journalism spanned almost six decades, spent the day waiting by the phone for a call from Fox News. “It only makes sense, I mean if they are nice enough to give Juan a second chance and a $2 […]

Muslims Celebrate 9/11 Attacks with Festivals, Merrymaking

September 9, 2010


EP: NYC – Muslims across America will celebrate the ninth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks with a series of festivals this coming Saturday. While the events happen to coincide with the Eid holiday that marks the end of Ramadan, a month of fasting and prayer observed by Muslims around the world, noted Shariah expert and […]

Waleed Bin Talal Laments Lack of Muslim Influence in US Media Corporations

September 1, 2010


EP: Jeddah, Saudi Arabia – As the mosque controversy in New York City continues to garner attention from major US media outlets, one wealthy Saudi billionaire, Prince AlWaleed Bin Talal, is lamenting the lack of influence Muslims have in shaping the discourse. “Its really unfortunate” he explained to reporters at one of his construction sites, […]

CNN Hires Vegetative Corpse of Ariel Sharon to Replace Octavia Nasr

July 9, 2010


EP: Atlanta – In what is considered a bold, unorthodox move to improve the news network’s credibility, CNN has officially hired Ariel Sharon, the former Israeli Prime Minister, to be its Senior Middle East correspondent replacing 20-year veteran Octavia Nasr. Nasr was fired earlier this week for expressing  respect for Hassan Fadlallah, a shiite religious […]