Women’s Institute opens first Al-Qaeda cell
In a move likely to anger traditionalists, the Women’s Institute today announced that it is setting up its first Al-Qaeda cell. The group will provide a friendly and supportive environment for female jihadis while catering for both traditional and modern tastes in subjects such as home-baked explosives and Islamist poetry.
‘It’s important for us to be inclusive, reflect modern Britain and help those members who wish to bring death to infidels,’ said 68-year-old member Doris Prentice. Ladies attending this Thursday’s inaugural meeting can look forward to fashion advice on this season’s must-have bomb vests, and a slide show and talk about a new member’s holiday in Afghanistan where she enjoyed sun, good food and blowing up lightly-armoured British patrols.Click to send this story to a friend
Posted: Apr 23rd, 2009 by C3P0
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