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Arabian Sightings

From: Stig_Agermose@online.pol.dk (Stig Agermose)
Date: Sun, 26 Oct 1997 03:37:26 +0200
Fwd Date: Sun, 26 Oct 1997 17:03:20 -0500
Subject: Arabian Sightings

Both of these Arabian sightings were found on the ZERO WORLD site:




In Arabic, UFO is called 'Tabaq Tahera,' which means 'dish plane.'

For your information, Khartum is the capital of Sudan. Just in case,
Sudan is in Africa, in the south of Egypt.

A Saudi newspaper reported that UFO is witnessed in Khartum in October

Around 4 a.m., a shining object flew from east to west and stopped for
a minute 10 meters above the ground.

A witness said, "It has round body with windows, from there red light
was coming. And the white light was coming from the bottom."

Another person said he picked up an object which looked like a piece of
clear glass, but it suddenly dissappered.

And the UFO stopped by a bakery! It stopped 5 meters above the ground
in front of the bakery, but flew away when the crowds came. It seems
like UFO is concerned all over the world.






Perhaps Saudi Arabia is an unknown country for many people. Some of the
differences are ... you can't drink there, and women cover their faces
with black veil ... which give this country very mysterious image.

But UFO didn't choose the place to appear.

An Arabian economic paper, Iquetisahdiya reported the UFO story on
April 1 of this year, which told that on March 28, some campers saw a
blue oval light in the sky near Jebail, in the east of Saudi.
(Hopefully this is not an April fool's joke, S.A.).

You can find Arabian books on UFO in the bookstores in Riyadh, the
capital of Saudi Arabia, although they were published in other Arabic
countries like Lebanon or Jordan.


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