Argentina and Germany prepare for final match, ISIS threatens FIFA

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RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Holy soccer balls! It’s Pope versus Pope in a world cup final with powerful Germany facing off with passionate Argentina.  And whatever the outcome of this game, Brazil’s nightmare continues.

After a staggering 1-7 loss in the semi-finals against Germany, now Brazilian fans have to put up with their arch-rival, Argentina, celebrating in their back yards, one step away from the world’s soccer glory.

Who will win, Messi of Klose? We’ll have to wait for Sunday to find out. At 2PM central time, people all over the globe will be glued to their screens, waiting for higher powers to solve the matter.

But speaking of holy wars: there are some crazies out there that take the issue a bit too seriously. The Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, ISIS, has threatened FIFA telling them to cancel the 2022 World Cup in Qatar or face terror attacks. On Twitter, they claim that by then Qatar will be part of their newly declared Islamic Caliphate. So, let’s put that on our calendars, OK?

And for the rest of us living in the twenty first century — enjoy the game!

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