MUHAMMADWell . . . okay, if you’re sure. I’ve been working with my Dad for the new Sadat government.Nasser died last year, or so, and there’s been the coup in Libya too.JIBRA’ILI hear it’s better in Libya? More of the oil money is getting down to the people?MYeah, I think so. But of course my father doesn’t like Colonel Qathafi, who’s apparently takenover the Revolution. He thinks he’s not much of a Muslim. Anyway, Dad wants me to join thearmy, but the doctors say I have epilepsy or something and don’t qualify.JEpilepsy, really? I didn’t hear that?MIt’s only a vague diagnosis. They don’t know what happens to me. There’s no medical evidenceof anything wrong.JWell that’s good if it keeps you out of the army.MDefinitely. But Dad still doesn’t like it. So, I’ve been working with some so-called “IntelligenceBrigades”, just as a job. I’m just winging it as I go along. Doing, kind of, non-violent type tactics.It’s all kind of on a religious scale, Gabby, for want of a better word. Jibra’il, I mean. I mean, I’veactually been studying about Osiris a lot, and applying it to some of my lectures at the MilitaryInstitute. I give a few lectures a week, on ancient Egyptian religious influences on their militaryhistory.JReally? That’s - -MYeah. It’s pretty vague alright.JLike your diagnosis.MAnd yours?JWell, yeah, sort of. It’s more in the psychology department. You know that’s what I majored in.Psychology.MYeah.JWhere all the wackos go, to study.