Kareem's Father was the son of a hardworking Merchant in the Middle East. He was neither rich nor poor, he had only two camels and a dog but he was a good man with good a reputation among the merchants.
Kareem's father had an extraordinary feeling for his son's future. He was strongly feeling, almost knew that one day the King of Arabia would kill his son, Kareem.
Kareem's father didn't just felt that his son would die but he had this weird feeling of knowing that his son will die. He knew that the fate of his son was to die from a royal sword.
"Were you ever so certain that something bad will happen?" he was constantly asking his customers. Did you ever feel that a member of your family will die?"
"Did you ever feel that the fate of a relative is to die young from a king's sword and you cannot stop it whatever you are willing to do?" he continued asking in vain.
"Did you ever feel that you need to kill the king to save your son?" Did you?" he was almost crying one day to a group o Southern Merchants. And to his surprise one of them answered: "Yes I know what you are talking about the same happened to me!"
"Is your son alive?' Kareem's Father asked. "No, he died 5 years ago'. The man answered. 'A king's soldier killed him in a village's skirmish... But I know how to save your son!"
(to be continued)