Monday, June 27, 2016

#Ramadan Arabian Nights 2016 : King Rokn El-Zaman's tale "Ep.22"

Wicked Darkar got a plan to take back the Solomon's seal from Morgan. Tonight we will know if the plans goes well or it will fail in the 22nd episode of our audio Arabian tale this year, the tale of King Rokn El-Zaman.
You can hear after the break the 783rd of the Egyptian state radio's famous "One Thousand and One-night" show written by renowned author Abbas Al-Aswani.

And Darkar makes Morgan drunk and nearly asleep. Taking a knife and without any regret or second thought , she cuts Morgan's finger to get King Solomon's seal.
As Morgan screams in pain , Darkar summons Farkuk who became her servant and orders him to throw Morgan at any near volcano then to bring back Prince Hassan.
Crystal ball

Now Darkar's father , King Zardarkhan believes Rokn El-Zaman is a king like him. Rokn El-Zaman tells Zardarkhan that they need  King Solomon's seal to return back to their kingdom but the king of El-Salam island reminds him that Darkar loves Hassan.
Indeed, she loves Hassan and won't give up easily.
Despite Hassan makes it clear that he loves Shoms , Darkar tries to seduce him.
Back home, Farafash helps Shoms and brings a Crystal ball where they can see whoever they want.
Shoms sees Hassan with Darkar in the crystal ball but it is clear that Hassan is sad.
She also sees her uncle Salaman so weak in prison.
Farafash told her to go and to complain at a man called Borhan who will present her complaint to the Chief judge.
Shoms does that and it is a small world.
Borhan meets his ex-teacher and former chief judge Omar Shah and he tells him about the story of Salaman and how the old shepherd wanted only to complain prince Safwan for attacking his niece.
Omar Shah begin to connect the dots.
You can check all the previous episodes as well seasons here.
Till another night , folks.

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