As the government calls for increased monitoring of social networking sites such as Facebook for signs of terrorist activity, Al-Qaeda have complained that they are becoming the subject of ‘Cyber bullying’ on the internet.
‘It’s horrible sobbed Sheikh Said, sitting on his bed in his secret hideout on the Afghan/Pakistan border. ‘It’s like, I started up this Facebook page? And then all these people wrote real nasty stuff on it. About how I was an international terrorist and should be hunted down and killed? I was, like, whoah, this isn’t happening!’
The Metropolitan Police have reminded people that cyber-bullying is a recognized offence, and suggested that if people suspect someone is a possible Islamic terror suspect, they pump thirty bullets pumped into their head instead.