In the spirit of international cooperation, Israel has offered to assist Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in his wish to be launched into space.
“We will stretch our arms out across Jordan and Iraq, and help President Ahmadinejad fulfill his dream. Oy, it will be such a pleasure!” stated Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, while offering the Iranian leader fully operational rockets, which have the capability of launching Ahmadinejad into space.
In a country where it is often said that the opposition “can’t even agree upon lunch,” there has been unprecedented support of Prime Minister Netanyahu’s proposal. Opposition leaders were singing and dancing as they unanimously agreed on the offer. “You should only know how long it’s been that I wanted to put a rocket under this man’s Tuckus,” added Israeli Knesset member Shaul Mofaz.
There has been no word from the Iranians about the Israeli proposal, but Israeli leaders have indicated that they’d be happy to surprise their new friend and drop the rockets off in Tehran. “They shouldn’t worry that they didn’t get us anything. This is just our present to them,” a grinning Mr. Mofaz stated. Chief Israeli rocket scientist Moshe Rabinowitz told a news conference today that the Israelis have developed a unique and inexpensive form of rocket fuel. “We make it from the leftover horseradish and Gefilte fish from Passover.
That stuff can get anything going, it certainly works for me.” This could lead to a new and unexpected spirit of cooperation between Israel and the Arab nations. It is rumored that if this rocket works, Israel will willingly donate rockets to all of the other Arab nations. When asked if they had considered all of the contingencies to get the Iranian leader home, Mr. Netanyahu said, “The Shlameel can find his own way home. We’ll leave breadcrumbs.”