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Interpreting or explaining Amenhotep’s dream?

Amenhotep has held a contest to see how his dream is interpreted in ‘Prophet Joseph’.

Amenhotep has held a contest to see how his dream is interpreted while Prophet Joseph gives everyone a shock by explaining the dream in iFilm historical series ‘Prophet Joseph’ to be screened at 23:00 GMT tonight.

The contest is to be held between Prophet Joseph and the magicians of Egypt who have already admitted they are unable to interpret the dream.   

“We tried our best. In order to interpret your dream, we examined the positions of the stars. We asked the spirits for help and even the devils and demons, but…,” says the first old man.

The second old man adds, “There isn’t a dream that we can’t interpret. But your dream is different from all the other dreams.”

Now, it’s Prophet Joseph’s turn to impress everyone with his God-given blessing.  

“I’m not interpreting Your Highness, what I will do is explain the meaning of your dream,” says Prophet.

Amenhotep asks Prophet Joseph what the difference between interpreting and explaining is.

Who do you think the answer to this question would be?

Don't miss the 26th episode of the 45-episode ‘Prophet Joseph’ on iFilm TV tonight to find out.

The series, made in 2008, will also be repeated the next day at 05:00, 011:00 and 17:00 (all GMT times).

The series, written and directed by late Iranian director Farajollah Salahshour, is the Iranian version of the very beloved story of Prophet Joseph, the son of Prophet Jacob who guided the Israelites to pray to the One and Only God.

“God annunciates to him about the next prophet, who will be from his own generation. One night, his son, Joseph, dreams about the sun, the moon and eleven stars which kneel in front of him. He tells Jacob, who advises him not to tell his brothers about the dream,” comes as a synopsis of the series by iFilm English website.

Prophet Joseph is dear to Jews, Christians and Muslims alike. For centuries, the story of his life has been told over and over in many different ways and in many different languages.

Notable on the cast list are Mostafa ZamaniJafar DehqanMahmoud PakniyyatJahanbakhsh SoltaniElham Hamidi, and Rahim Norouzi.