Saudi Editor Admits that Jews Aren't "Vampires"

Thanks to Saudi Arabia's generous willingness to sell oil to the United States, politicians generally turn a blind eye to its repressive government and frequent anti-Semitism, which surfaced again recently when Al-Riyadh, the Saudi government's daily newspaper, published an article claiming that Jews celebrate the holiday of Purim by eating special pastries filled with "the blood of Christian and Muslim children under the age of 10" extracted using slow torture with sharp needles -- "torment that affords the Jewish vampires great delight." After an outraged reaction from the international community, the newspaper's editor apologized for the piece, saying that he was away on vacation when it appeared and calling the article "silly and untrue."