Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Ramadan Arabian Nights 2020 : Tale of King Magedwon “Lost in the enemy land” Ep.7

Good evening,

Here we are with the seventh night of our Radio Arabian Nights for this year.
We will continue our tale for this year, the tale of King Magedwon.
First of all, You can refresh your mind with what happened last night here.
Second, sorry for the delay, it happened due to technical problems.

Now without further ado listen to the 739th episode in the Egyptian State’s One Thousand and One Nights or the seventh night in our tale for the year 2020, the tale of King Magedwon after the break.

Prince Karim finds out the voice is for a man whose name is Soliman and he is not alone, he has a companion in this big vast desert called Dawoud.
An illustration from Arabian Nights  book by Leon Carre
An illustration from Arabian Nights
book by Leon Carre

  Clueless Karim recounts what happened to him in details including the fact that he is the son of King Magedwon.
Soliman and Dawoud decide to take him with him claiming that they are currently in a Kingdom that is an alley to his father and that it will take two years to reach for the nearest port. Karim decides to go with them.

Little he knows that the men are deceiving him and he is actually in the land of King Malis, the old enemy of his father. 
Yet one night, he hears the two men speaking and he knows that he is being deceived. The two men have decided to capture him and present him to King Malis for sake of money. 
Karim decides to run.

Back at his kingdom, heart-broken King Magedwon decides to abdicate and gives the Bay'ah in a Royal Court meeting to his absent son. 

Shamdwon tries to stop this from happening by claiming that Karim has run away because he does not love Yasmine but Magedwon does not buy this.  

Shamdwon tries to stop the court and he decides to bribe the High Judge who will supervise and must approve the Bay'ah.
At first, the judge accepts the bribe but then at the last moment, he changes his minds. 

We will know tomorrow night why the High Judge changed his mind and rejected the bribe. 

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