Dave Green- Turkish Anatomist
After being informed that they would have twins, Dave’s parents, who already had brought John to the Earth, immediately made arrangements for one of their babies to immigrate to Nepal directly after birth, where he could be fostered by two kind Nepali farmers with whom the Green Parents had attended college. Several months later, to the Green’s delight, both of their sons emerged into the World completely healthy and happy.
The aforementioned plans were executed perfectly, and before Dave Green had lived for a week, he was on a plane to Nepal. Despite admirable care from several flight attendents, however, Dave was tragically lost in a Turkish airport. The airline, which is no longer in operation, told no one about this terrible incident, since they knew that the parents had no way to communicate with the Nepali farmers who were supposed to receive Dave, and the Nepali farmers weren’t aware of this American child who was traveling to them.
Luckily, an elderly Turkish lady found him in the airport. It needn’t be said that she was extremely perturbed, and set off immediately to tell the Turkish authorites at the airport. Before she reached the authorities, however, she remembered her poor niece’s family. Her niece and her husband had tried to create a family for years, but her niece had been unable to be impregnated and, later, to legally adopt a child.
This Turkish lady knew that her niece would prefer to legally adopt a child, but admitted that this may be her only oppurtunity, so she quickly smuggled the child out of the airport to her home, ignoring her scheduled flight.
Everything proceeded marvelously. The women’s niece accepted Dave at first with apprehension, but later with love and sympathy. Dave grew up oblivious to his place of birth until he reached a certain age, at which time his mother explained to him how he was adopted from a kind family in America. Dave was, of course, confused and angry at first, but later accepted his heritage and became proud of it.
Naturally, Dave converted to, or rather accepted as a child, Islam, and learned to talk and write in Turkish. He excelled in school, and eventually enrolled in a Turkish University, where he pursued his previously unknown passion for the dissection of animals. After college graduation, Dave easily found work at a museum in Turkey, where he currently happily works with his beloved wife.
He and his wife have recently had a child, Jacob (Dave insisted on an English name). Dave, though vaguely aware of his family in America, has no knowledge of his brothers’ identities and successes. His work, which has no involvement with the Internet, has kept him fascinated, preoccupied, and totally ignorant of his familial ties.
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
The description of the area as a “triangle” is a rough generalization. Only the southern 290 kilometres (180 mi) demarcation, which follows latitude 22, is a straight line. While the whole area is north of the 22 degree line, a smaller area south of latitude 22, referred to as Bir Tawil, joins the Hala’ib Triangle at its westernmost point along the latitude line – neither Sudan nor Egypt claim Bir Tawil.
The area is sometimes referred to in Egypt as the “Sudan Government Administration Area” or SGAA.
Wikipedia, “Hala’ib Triangle”
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