I particularly liked the bits about slaughtering chickens and washing corpses.
Ok, own up. Which one of you wrote this?
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Excellent concept and imaginative tasks as Ludicity mentions above. The contributor has obviously spent some time researching convincing details, and the names used are spot on - authentic, and avoiding cheap name-based jokes.
Personally, I'd have inserted a short quote from one of the contestants saying how much it meant to him, and that he's only sorry his mum wasn't alive to see him follow his dream although he knew she would be watching down from heaven...it's a bit of cliche, though, so I can see why the contributor gave it a miss.
If I had one minor complaint it would be the final paragraph, which lacks a punchline with real punch, but overall this is definitely FP material. 5 stars.
I liked the fact that it mixed future with past tenses partway through.
Weak towards the end, as Golgo says, but I'm sure our Ed could work in some Islamic pizzazz.
"country's top clerics and religious affairs minister were all been invited"
This is what you mean, isn't it? My guess is that he wrote it in Word, then cut and pasted into the submissions box, noticed some flaw in the internal logic and tried to edit at the last minute.
I once tried to enter the Young Imam of the Year. But he told me that sort of thing was banned in the Koran.
I'm also not allowed inside devout Muslim men.
It was not me who wrote it it were mi mam
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