By Edward Rosset
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Ahmad ha nacido en New Prospect, una ciudad business venida a menos del region de Nueva York. Es hijo de una norteamericana de origen irlandes y de un estudiante egipcio que desaparecio de sus vidas cuando tenia tres anos. A los as soon as, con el beneplacito de su madre, se convirtio al Islam y, siguiendo las ensenanzas de su rigorista imam, el Sheij Rashid, lo fue asumiendo como identidad y escudo frente a l. a. sociedad decadente, materialista y hedonista que le rodeaba.
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Old Mrs Clinton felt very bored. It was really very boring to do the same things day after day. Cleaning, dusting, doing the washing... She felt really depressed. Housework was very depressing, she thought. She longed for the good old days when she worked in an office from nine to five. It would be delightful to be young again and work for a salary. She remembered the first days after she got married. How exciting it was! How excited she felt! And then, as years passed slowly but inexorably, how meaningless it all became!
She was an extremely delicate creature. Her countenance was pale and ill looking, and her manners those of a lady. She would sit straight at the edge of the settee as she kept a lively conversation on all subjects. She seemed to be profoundly interested in politics as well as current affairs. She would laugh charmingly at any jokes or amusing stories. As the man suddenly appeared at the doorway, the captain took a step backwards. He was badly dressed in old seamen's clothes and held a machine gun in his hand.
She wore an attractive bright yellow bikini, and had beautiful long fair hair. They had lunch in a clean little self-service restaurant by the beach, and in the evening they took the narrow winding country road to the town. The little fishing village of 5000 inhabitants had been converted by the magic of tourism, into a thriving mutant community of a hundred thousand souls. It was one of the most important seaside resorts of the country. They strolled along the crowded streets full of restaurants, bars, discos and souvenir shops.