Wednesday, April 4, 2007


In which following countries did the heads of state go out to say bye to their government's hostages?

A)- Iran
B)- Afghanistan
C)- Uganda
D)- A & C

Write your answers in the comment section for this entry. The top 3 winners will receive a bottle of maple syrup each as an award for sure! ;-)

hint 1, hint 2, hint 3


C.H. said...

Boy that's a tough one.
I'll let u keep the maple syrup
: )

Curly said...


Evange said...

I'd have to say d.

Anonymous said...

Iran did it and Idi Amin Dada in Uganda did it when he was pretending to be helping the Air France passengers.

DanBe928 said...

Ahmadinejad did it, obsviously, and Idi Amin Dada went to Entebbe to "sympathize"with the Air France hostages while secretly helping the Palestinians, until the Israelis gave the world a Bicentennial present July 4 1976 with the Raid on Entebbe, a model of a successful hostage rescue operation. I guess it was too hard for Tony Blair to try this in Teheran.

goli said...

I will only answer this question if you change the prize! yuky maple syrup?!