Tuesday, June 21, 2016

#Ramadan Arabian Nights 2016 : King Rokn El-Zaman's tale "Ep.16"

And King Rokn El-Zaman escaped from jail thanks to Farkuk , the Djinn and evil vizier Samsem is clueless.
Tonight we will know the new evil plan of Samsem and Safwan after the sudden return of Hassan and the escape of King Rokn El-Zaman in the 16 episode of our tale this year , the tale of King Rokn El-Zaman and his family.
Here is the 678th episode of the famous Egyptian State Radio Show

Farkuk transfers the king and his son Prince Hassan to El-Salam island before heading to the Djinn realm for a big meeting there.
The father and son discuss what happened to them. Rokn El-Zaman believes that Samsem controlled
An illustration depicting the meeting
of Djinn with their king in the
14th-century book of Wonders 
Prince Safwan in some way.

Both agree that it was time to think thoroughly before taking any step.
On the other hand , Safwan and Samsem try to make sense about what happened and how Rokn El-Zaman escaped and how Hassan came back.
Samsem believes it is better to declare Safwan as the new king but Safwan wonders if he will be able to convince the people, the governors of provinces and the chief judge that he should replace King Rokn El-Zaman after two weeks of absence.
The evil Vizier is not worried about the Chief judge because he appointed him , he is not worried about the governors of the provinces in the Kingdom because they only want money.
He also believes that people can be fooled easily.
Samsem is wrong because the Chief Judge refuses to approve the transfer of power from Rokn El-Zaman to his son Safwan except on one condition : To prove that King Rokn El-Zaman is dead.
In the Djinn Realm , Poor Farkuk is standing a trial for a being absent for 1000 years. Farkuk defends himself but the head of Djinn council accuses him of betraying his duty because he was in love with Farfash.
Farkuk is sent to Djinn prison for detention.
You can check all the previous episodes as well seasons here.
Till another night , folks.

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