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Al-Gebra has a long history, dating back to before Jesus Christ was born. According to former member Al-Culus, the organization was originally founded in about 750 AD, at the peak of the Islamic golden age. They taught math with a religious conviction; so much so that students who failed were put to death. The group then disappeared around 1250 AD; around the time the Mongols invaded the Caliphate.
Al-Gebra is then said to have resurfaced in Renaissance-era Europe, though with less extreme practices, as a secret organization that whispered secrets to the great scientists of the time, such as Sir Issac Newton and Galileo. By the 1700s, they had infiltrated nearly all of Europe's educational institutions, though they had lost most of their influence in the Islamic world.
The web of deception was first uncovered at New York's Kennedy Airport when an individual claiming to be a school teacher was arrested trying to board a flight while in possession of a ruler, protractor, set square, slide rule and calculator. At a morning press conference, Attorney General John Ashcroft, said he believes the man is:
|...A member of the notorious al Gebra movement. He is being charged by the FBI for carrying weapons of math instruction.|
A SINE reveals that Al-Gebra uses use secret code names like 'x' and 'y' and refer to themselves as 'unknowns', and the CIA has determined they belong to an axis of medieval with coordinates in every country. Field agents are evaluating rumored links with ring-leaders in the French defunctional Action Direct group. At a recent press conference, President Bush assured Americans that the federal government is working hard to find a solution to this problem.
It is commonly used as a Method of Severe Torture [M.S.T] for young adults between the ages of 12-18. This torture occurs at public school, more commonly known as Hell.
The Al-Gebra are known to set ordered pairs off on various coordinates. Which we can only assume are explosive. Linear expressions are often used to imitate enemies.