Barack Obama Wants Permission to Build Minarets on White House
WASHINGTON DC - USA - Barack Hussein Obama is petitioning planners in Washington to approve plans for four minarets and a dome on the White House when he becomes US president.Speaking at Dulles International airport on the eve of his world tour to promote his up and coming presidency, Barack Obama confirmed to reporters that he has already asked Pentagon planners to approve an Islamic addition to the White House once he moves in.
"As a nation of many colours and creeds, you can understand what I mean when I am talking about change. It is for the betterment of our great nation that I have proposed the minarets over the White House and the magnificent dome that will cover the building. I call for religious tolerance and peace amongst all men. We must all live together and not fight each other anymore," Barack said before embarking on his journey.
The speech was truly touching and even reporters from the assembled Fox news teams were visibly shaken to tears.
The plan for the minarets has still come under fierce opposition however it will be steam-rolled through congress in September after recess.
"There will be a call to prayer in the morning and also in the afternoon from all four minarets which have high wattage speakers on them. This is a beautiful sound of the muezzin who will call the prayer so there is nothing to worry about," Adnan Ali Khabbar who will be the Mullah in charge of the White House mosque once Obama is appointed president.
integrity of the whole building
Barack Hussein Obama is said to be in talks with Saudi architects who will build the amazing structure and integrate it into the existing facade of the White House.
The intricate tiles for the dome will be brought specifically from Medina in Saudi Arabia and the interior of the dome will be the White House's Oval room.
There is even call for a Hamam (Turkish Bath) in the president's private quarters next to the harem.
"We are all set for this wonderful project which will be funded by the American taxpayer and will create thousands of jobs for labourers. The project will take four years to complete and will only cost $67 million -- a bargain if I ever saw one," Chief foreman, Bilal ibn Ribah told the Washington Times.