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Friday, May 05, 2006

News from the Future (part I)

News from the Future

I’ve been reading the middle-east section on the BBC website sometime in the future.

Here’s one of them:

Egyptian President Proposes Extension of Emergency Laws

The current Egyptian president, Ahmed Mohamed Sherif Gamal Mubarak has proposed a 2 year extension of the current emergency laws which have been in place since 1981. The proposition comes a year after the current president has won the elections, again, at a sweeping 99.9%. Independent human rights organizations have made claims that the remaining 0.01% is currently detained for interrogation under no legal justification whatsoever. However, the government currently claims that the 0.01% has been committed to a mental institution under their own will.

Here’s some news that DO NOT exist in the future:

Arab, Israeli and Iranian Leaders Meet at the Annual Middle-Eastern Union Summit

The leaders discuss plans forwards for the current Middle-Eastern Union and discuss last year's financial results. The meetings come at a crucial time; a year after the new unified monetary unit (ME Pound) has been in place. Reports show that the current MEU leader, an Israeli, has helped boom the organization’s total exports as opposed to last year. The leaders will possibly discuss the addition of new countries such as Afghanistan, given its recent economic growth figures, to the union.

Female Discovers Cure for Cancer

Jameela, 28 year old women who lives in Jeddah, has discovered a new medicine that could possibly cure lung cancer. The result comes after years and years of research which has been funded by the Middle-east research institute, an organization under the umbrella of Middle-East Union. Mr Ahmed, the current president of the Middle-Eastern Union has announced his full pledged support. The medicine will first be tested at laboratory in the Iraqi city of Basra where such tests usually take place.

2 Comments:

At 8:12 AM, Blogger FUBAR said...

Then god says : "not during my time " !
we wouldn't be blogging then :)

 
At 9:56 AM, Blogger SeattlePharaoh said...

Let's hope that Egypt will not be called IARE, The Islamic Arab Republic of Egypt in the near future ;-)

 

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