Thursday, May 30, 2019

Ramadan Arabian Nights 2019 : Aladdin " Aladdin saves the day " Ep.10

Good evening or Good afternoon or Good morning where ever you are now and reading this post.
First of all, you can refresh your memory and see how Aladdin found his beloved Tot.
Tonight we are to finish our second tale for this year, the tale of Aladdin and the magical lamp.
Here is the tenth episode of Aladdin and the magical lamp or episode no.161 of the Egyptian State Radio’s One Thousand and One Nights show in Arabic after the break.

The evil sorcerer returns back to Princess Tot claiming that Aladdin has died.
Princess Tot begins in her plan which she plotted earlier with her husband Aladdin.
The Princess began to claim that she loves the sorcerer as she became a widow.
She seduces the evil sorcerer telling him to drink wine.

The princess poisons the sorcerer
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He brings very old wine which she has already poisoned.
Drunk as hell, the sorcerer tries to attack her but Aladdin shows up.
Angry but also drunk, the sorcerer tries to summon the genie.
Then the poison does its trick and kills the sorcerer.

Tot tells her husband that the sorcerer is keeping the lamp in his chest. Aladdin takes back the lamp and orders the genie to return his palace back to the kingdom.
At the Kingdom, Tot’s father, the king demands an explanation for what has happened.

Aladdin asks to explain to him everything at his palace privately.

After knowing the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth, the king asks Aladdin to give him the lamp so he can order the genie to do something and that he should not refuse that “something”.
Aladdin gives him the lamp so he can rub him and order its genie.

Once the genie appears, the wise king orders him to destroy the lamp because they do not need it anymore. The genie says happily that if he destroys the lamp, he will be set free. The king says the order again and the genie destroys the lamp.
We have got now on free happy genie.
Aladdin and Tot live happily ever after.

That's it for this Ramadan , till we meet next Ramadan inshallah with more tales :)

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