Thursday, May 14, 2020

Ramadan Arabian Nights 2020 : Tale of King Magedwon “The Necklace” EP.21

Good evening,
Here we are with the 21st 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.
Now without further ado listen to the 753rd  episode in the Egyptian State’s One Thousand and One Nights or the 21st night in our tale for the year 2020, the tale of King Magedwon after the break.



In Magedwon’s Kingdom , people begin to complain to the High judge about Shamdwon and his cruelty as well as the cruelty of his vizier. 
The Judge who was once bribed by Shamdwon goes and complains to him about his cruel minister Masood. 
As evil as he can be ,Shamdwon says that he does not give a damn for what the public says about his minister or his taxes and the Judge should not forget himself. 
Between him and himself , the Judge believes he must act. 

Meanwhile in the heart of the sea and before a sailor leaves Our Yasmine at the bottom of the slaves ship with other slaves who are sleeping, he takes from her money and necklace that Karim had given to her to remember him. Karim used to have this medallion since his birth. 


Yasmine is still in disguise as a boy and she hears a voice like Karim’s but she thinks that she is losing her mind. 
Later Karim catches the sailor with necklace and tells him it is his. At first , the sailor disbelieve him but Karim tells him to cover the necklace with his two fists and it will light up as an evidence that it was his. 
The sailor does that finds light glowing in his hand palms. Karim ask him about how he got it and the sailor shows him the boy. 
Karim does not recognize Yasmine as she was heavily disguised. 
Tomorrow night we will know if he recognizes her or not. 

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