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About The Writer
Wael El-Manzalawy is an Egyptian writer who writes in English. He was born in 1973. He was graduated from the English Department in the Faculty of Arts. He has a Diploma from the Faculty of Education. He was graduated from an institute for preparing Islamic scholars. He writes articles and short stories in Arabic and English. His articles and short stories were published at many newspapers, magazines and websites. He has published 16 e books.
Egypt was ruled by the High Assassins’ Council which consisted of the Prime Assassin, the Army Assassin, the Security Assassin, the Political Assassin, the Foreign Affairs Assassin, the Education Assassin, the Science Assassin, the Trade Assassin, the Agriculture Assassin, the Infra-structure Assassin, the Industry Assassin, the Media Assassin, the Health Assassin, the Religion Assassin and the Details Assassin.
The Prime Assassin said: “We will vote for the Human Robots Project.” “We will have an unconquerable army.” said the Army Assassin. “We will be the gods of those human robots. They will worship us. We will be gods.” said the Religion Assassin. “They will be educated in no time.” said the Education Assassin. “They will obey all our orders.” said the Security Assassin. “We will start the Human Robots Project tomorrow.” said the Prime Assassin.
The Prime Assassin said” “We will start the first stage by choosing 250000 citizens and sending them to a huge camp in the Western Desert. They will be transformed in five days. The Details Assassin will deal with the different details.”
After five days, the Details Assassin read his report: “100000 citizens died during the experiment, 50000 citizens suffered from mental disorders and 100000 have been successfully transformed into human robots. It’s great success. They will come back to their families so that we can test them more firmly. We have 1000000 human robots. It’s great success.” Clapping predominated.
Five days later, there was another meeting. The Details Assassin said: “They did all the tasks: human robot 1 killed his father, human robot 2 poisoned her husband, human robot 3 learnt Chinese in one day, human robot 4 learnt to use many weapons excellently in one day …….. but …….. but human robot 14 didn’t respond to the orders and escaped. He kept silent for a while. “But we will catch him. Surely, we will catch him.” said the Details Assassin.
Mohammad was hiding in a cave in the mountains of Sinai. He decided to form the Freedom Team. The team consisted of fourteen persons in order to fight the Human Robots Project.
Mohammad was thirty-five. He was a chemist. He was Egyptian. He had many friends all over the world. He travelled to many countries. He could discover the talented person as soon he sees him.
Turgut was Turkish. He was forty years old. He was an engineer. He had many friends in common with Mohammad.
John was American. He was thirty-two years old. He was a writer. He could solve many problems using his special way. He dealt with the problem as if it was a part of a novel. He analyzed the characters and the themes. He analyzed the place and time dimensions in order to solve the problem.
Hans was forty. He was German. He was a talented doctor. He had visited Egypt three times.
Ibrahim was twenty-five years old. He was Palestinian. He was a creative writer.
Ali was South African. He was forty. He was a chemist. He met Mohammad in South Africa two years ago.
Ronaldo was Brazilian. He was thirty-seven years old. He could speak Arabic as a native speaker.
Ahmed was from Morocco. He was a biologist. He was a well known scientist. He was forty-two.
Veladmir was Russian. He was thirty-five years old. He was a journalist. He had a huge network of sources all over the world.
Anthony was British. He was a politician. He was forty-five years old.
The Australian member of the team was Jim. He was thirty-two. He could analyze any situation and expect the events amazingly. He was a writer.
Ramy was Syrian. He was thirty. He was an engineer.
Omar was Tunisian. He was a TV Star. He was well known all over the Arab World.
Osman was Algerian. He was a biologist He was thirty-four.
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