Thursday, August 10, 2006

3 of 11 Missing Egyptian Students Taken Into Custody

Don't worry, we do this in America everytime students go missing. We don't think you're terrorists just because you're Egyptian. Oh, sorry about, you know, shooting your friend there in the face. That IPod sure looked like something used to detonate a suicide vest.

Three Egyptian students who were being sought for failing to turn up for an exchange program at Montana State University were taken into custody Wednesday, more than a week after they arrived in the United States.

Things move pretty fast here in the US. One day you're on the fast track to a successful and fruitfull future. Next day, ass-raped in jail. I've seen it a thousand times.

Eslam Ibrahim Mohamed El-Dessouki, 21, was taken into custody in Minneapolis on an immigration violation. Two other students _ Mohamed Ragab Mohamed Abd Alla and Ebrahim Mabrouk Moustafa Abdou, both 22 _ surrendered to police in Manville, N.J., after hearing media reports that they were wanted, FBI spokesman Steven Siegal said.

Guess who's going home a bit early.

Eight students remain at large. They arrived in New York on July 29 as part of a group of 17 students. Six students reported to Bozeman on time.
The missing students pose no terrorism threat, the FBI said.

However, they will be shot on sight. We take skipping class very seriously here in the States.


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