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In the depths of the desert, within the boundaries of the Egyptian state, beyond the borders we are in, the Bedouin experiences its own traditions, traditions and traditions, their own lives governed by ancient traditions, and their disputes are separated by other cases. They call the atmosphere of the experiment, the border of fire, the "fiery" level and the ugliness of its name, and the special court is "disgusting."
It is one of the ancient ways that the ugly, desert people and nomadic tribes have filed a lawsuit between them, the conflicts between the parties, and the fact that the right to remove the truth from the court and the lawsuits, and that one of the parties rejected the accusations without the presence of witnesses. The ugly process asks for a fire of a metal on the flame of the fire to warm up to a very red color and not be influenced by its tongue if it is innocent, accusing the accused of "feeling" to show the culprit or innocence; the offender, even if he burned the petition in front of the participants, was the approval of the commission of action or offense. .
Their claim is that the accused may show signs of fear and confusion, and then easily adhere to the metal.
Ayda The rituals of this assembly are inherited from 250 to 300 years ago, esinde says Awaimer Amer Ayyad, who took over this profession from his 14-year-old father, as did the Ayayda tribe in Israel, in some tribes in Egypt.
The ugly judge is dependent on all the tribes of the nomadic tribes, known for their good behavior and behavior, among the people of the religion, does not know how to lie, and the subjects presented to the ugly area go between the symptoms about the sanctity of houses, honor, theft and rape.
In the beginning, the ugly judge sits separately with each party, warns them against the lies, hopes that each will confess to their actions, then leads them to the feeling of fire and only reads the hymns he knows about the possible verses of the Qur'an. If he shows up in burns, it shows his guilt, even though nothing indicates that he is innocent. Esi He sees himself as doing good work for his tribe, “he says.
The ir guilty person göre may be charged with a monetary fine that the offender commits according to the offenses committed by the offender.
Al-Mashbasha and a relative of his assistant, Hameed Amer, told Ayyad: bir When the Egyptian people know that this method is effective in showing the truth and showing the truth from the truth, most of us apply. Al
It is noteworthy that Egyptian laws classified the monstrous offenses of the monument and were punishable by three to seven years, and that the members of the religion violated the ugly law and thought it was a matter of djell and witchcraft.