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By Ahmad Bahjat

The wonderful Quran relates a few tales the place the animals play an incredible half in. In a simplified demeanour this e-book relates those tales.

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He asked. " My father struck the water with his tail, "Thanks Allah ... " I was surprised that my father believed that I had acted like a monster. What would he do if he knew that I screamed out calling my mother? How great are the intelligence and cunning of females! My mother was using her words to protect me against my father's violence. She told me later that if my father knew what had happened, he would kill me by striking me with his tail. He had killed three weak whales, who were born to my father's other wives.

After that the families would all gather together and go hunting. The time for us to go hunting had arrived. We agreed to meet at the entrance of my cave. The delegations of wolves started arriving. We greeted each other by wagging our tails and raising them high. We were ten adult wolves and two young ones. It was their first time to go out. I kept an eye on the two little wolves. They were extremely excited. They were moving in every direction dancing and running around here and there. I looked at them and remembered my childhood in Egypt.

I told him but in a silent language, "Do not look at me in such a hostile way you little monster. " I had scarcely caught my breath when I threw myself into space and flew. I imagined that one thousand mature eagles were flying after me. I flew faster until I reached the outskirts of my land. I headed fast towards Ibrahim's house and I fell to the ground to catch my breath. Nasha stood near my head. " she said. I calmed down. She flapped her wings and sent a refreshing breeze mixed with her body scent towards me.

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