BBC Gaza

The BBC Gaza correspondent is sitting in her air conditioned hotel in the Gaza strip, sipping iced tea when her mobile phone begins to ring. She picks up the phone and hears a mysterious voice say, "This is the ruling council of the military wing of Hamas and I would like to inform you that the Zionists have just massacred hundreds of Palestinian women and children.”

The BBC correspondent then asks the mysterious stranger on the phone where and when this had happened but was just given the address of the small hospital just inside the Israeli border where he claimed hundreds of surviving casualties had been taken.

Armed with this information the correspondent realizes that she can finally expose how evil these Zionist, American Jewish lobby supported thugs really are. So she makes her way as quickly as possible across the border into Israel and to the hospital.

On arriving at the hospital she walks into the main reception where she sees an Israeli doctor standing with a clip board in his hand. She walks up to the doctor and says, "Where are the Palestinian casualties brought in today after the massacre?"

The doctor who is slightly surprised and taken aback replies, "I am sorry but I don't know what you are talking about."

The correspondent begins to lose her temper and says, "OK tell me how many Arab patients you have here today?"

To which the doctor replies, "Well I would guess several hundred."

"Ah ha! " the correspondent responds, "So you don't deny it now!"

She storms past the doctor and heads for the door with the sign that reads "emergency admissions." She bursts through the door to only see empty beds save for a couple of elderly people.

Turning around she exits the room and heads back towards the doctor and says "So where I you hiding them?!"

The bewildered looking doctor responds, "If you would have given me the chance, I was about to show you to them in our new state of the art maternity ward down the hall."

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