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THE SECRET LIFE OF MOHAMMED EL-SHAAFI It was a radiant, scorching day at the Wembley arena of Football. The world and particularly the visitors were about to witness the game of the millennium as England were about to take on Spain in the Euro Final 2010. The La Furia Roja side had already gained automatic entry to The World Cup 2012 and England was desperate to qualify as they have failed miserably in their last serious attempts. But today the focus was on Euro Cup and Spain seemed as the favourites to obtain to add the prestigious cup their massive trophy collection. The Stadium was soon brought to life as the seats started to full up. Within two minutes of letting the fans, the stadium atmosphere had already reached a high crescendo noise level as the emotions started to rise. Arriving late to the occasion was the El-Shaafi household as they were attending a Mehndi (wedding) antecedent to the game. The family consisted of ten westernised boys accompanied by their aging father. Stumbling over his size XL Kameez was 15 year old Mohammed El- Shaafi. Finally reaching row Z, Mohammed was out of breath but regained it instantaneously as the players walked out onto the pitch. ...read more.

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so went straight down to perform a sujid (prayer, where performer puts his forehead down on the ground). The eager team mates stood there waiting for him to finish and then hugged the team mate in celebration. Mohammed then started feel slightly nauseated as he started turning to reality.... The clock stroke 7 o'clock and Mohammed slowly returned from his sleep. Waking up in a stark, rigid and extremely uncomfortable bed he realised that he had been in attained in a hospital cubicle overnight. His eyes squinted shut trying to ward off the filtered sunlight drifting in, the inevitable dread of opening them to the sudden glare of a dimly lit room. Mohammed was shocked as he realized that he had wires plugged into his body monitoring his heart beat. "BEEP, BEEP, BEEP" said the ambulatory electrocardiography device suggesting a stable heart rate. Mohammed had always seen these state of the art machines in his favourite show, 'Baywatch'. Whilst admiring the machine, a lady marched into his cubicle. The dark haired lady was dressed in a casual, classy medical scrubs and the aroma surrounding her soon cleared the phlegmatic smell in his mouth. ...read more.

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"Th-th-ank you" stuttered the poor man as he started gaining consciousness. "It's all right buddy, your safe now" said Surgeon Mohammed El-Shaafi as he shared a passionate hand shake with the man that he rescued from denaturing... "Young man, what are you doing playing with that hand gel dispenser?" asked a police officer armed with a Police issue X26 Taser gun. "Erm... Sir I-I-I got lost. Please don't hurt me, I'm sorry! Show mercy upon me O forgiving police officer" cried hopelessly as he thought that the police officer would electrocute him. "I'm not going to hurt you, but I will need to escort you back to your cubicle. Wait isn't you name Mohammed?" asked the police Officer. "Yeah, I am Mohammed. Why?" asked Mohammed El-Shaafi. "Your Dad and Brothers are here to pick you up I believe" answered the man as he started escorting Mohammed into his cubicle. Walking uninterestedly and amazed by everything he saw he arrived. Alas, he was there, reunited with his brothers and father. Whilst sharing a blissful, passionate hug with his family, he stood there looking up into the ceiling. He knew he had to work had for his dreams to come true and helping people was the reason for his existence. The End ?? ?? ?? ?? Mohamoud Musse 10k2 6247 Ms Sabbagh (N�e Platten) ...read more.

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