A cargo plane full of Malian rebels is heading for N.Ireland say the Ministry of Defence.
The offer of help came from the rebels after it became obvious that despite nearly 500 years of sectarian violence blighting the province, the British government still has no answer to the ongoing problem.
A spokesman for the Ansar Dine said that with the British military yet again meddling in affairs that do not concern them that it was only fair that – in return - foreign nationals from Africa and the Middle East should try and solve the problems found on British soil.
The rebels say that during their stay in N.Ireland they hope to learn how it is possible to keep some vague, half forgotten grievance festering for 100s of years and how best to channel the hatred you have for your neighbours into some sort of cold, irrational festering malevolence.
There are even genuine hopes that being able to determine the enemy from the colour of his skin and not the colour of the flag he is carrying could unite the pale, pock marked Craggy Islanders.
But leaders from both divides insist that without the hatred they have for one another they would struggle to have an identity and that hatred is the only thing that defines them as a nation.
But with their hatred for one another barely 5 years old, few Malians believe they will be able to spin it out over the next 500 years.
Some Malians are already admitting they can’t remember what it is they hate each other for although veterans from The Troubles were quick to point out that such a dilemma has never stopped the people of N.Ireland....not once...not once in over 500 years.....not once in over 500 years of pointless bloodshed, mayhem and violence.