How to find a slate back in the Middle East
On a Saturday morning in the summer of 2022, the slate back from the slate landscape in the Old City of Jerusalem was among the most prized treasures of the Middle Eastern nation.
For centuries, the stone had been used to protect and decorate the holy places of Judaism and Islam.
It was one of the precious relics of the ancient city of Jerusalem and was the cornerstone of the walls of the Temple Mount.
In fact, its location at the center of the city meant that it could be used as a gateway to the holy sites of the Jewish and Muslim faiths.
But the slate had been in the possession of a family who kept it in the house of one of their ancestors for generations.
Today, the precious stone has been stolen by an Arab man, and the stones own owners have decided to sell the stone to the highest bidder.
The family that owns the slate is not an ordinary family.
The family owns the largest slate collection in the country.
The house where the family keeps the slate collection was built in the late 19th century, and it was originally owned by the Sultan of Oman.
In the 20th century the family became interested in the collection and decided to purchase the collection for the family and their friends.
However, when the collection was auctioned in 2004, it went for more than $300 million.
In 2013, the family sold the slate to a man who purchased it from the Sultan’s son, and then used the money to build a private palace on the property.
In 2014, the Sultan decided to keep the collection at the palace, but in 2017, he decided to remove it to an abandoned military base, where it was stored for a few years.
In 2019, the collection had been stored for several years in a barn on the military base and was not used by the family.
In 2018, the estate of the family decided to take the collection back to the Sultan.
The estate sold the land, and in November 2018, it bought the house in which the collection is stored and turned it into a luxury apartment complex.
Today the palace complex is a luxurious, well-preserved, modern, and modern-looking property, with its own private and public bathrooms, restaurants, and entertainment.
It is also surrounded by parks, a zoo, and a sports field.
However the Sultan has no intention to sell it to the family who owns the collection.
The Sultan said that it was the Sultan who first offered to sell and then took the opportunity to buy the collection, but the family refused to sell.
It has been the Sultan for the past several years who has been negotiating with the family over the sale of the slate.
Why would a rich family of Muslim descendants want to take on such a costly undertaking?
There are several reasons why the Sultan would want to sell this property to a wealthy family, said the estate.
First of all, the entire collection, including the limestone slab, is valued at a whopping $300.000,000.
Secondly, the home where the collection lives is one of a number of properties in the Sultanate, the largest of which is a property in the city of Jeddah, valued at $50.000 million.
Finally, the property is also part of the royal family’s property.
It would be an expensive and complicated process to transfer the slate from one private residence to another, said one of its owners.
This means that the Sultan is interested in buying the property for the benefit of his own people.
Even though the collection belongs to the families who owned it, it is a sensitive and sacred property that is considered a holy site in the Islamic religion.
The people who lived there in the past would be worried about the stones being destroyed if someone stole them, said Shaul Segal, an archaeologist and expert on ancient cities and antiquities at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
When the Sultan made the offer, he made the statement that it would be good for the Muslim community if the slate was returned to its original owner.
But this statement was misunderstood by the people who own the collection who have no idea that they are being offered a valuable property that will be used for the public good and the benefit to the people of the country, said Segal.
Although the collection has been in their possession for decades, the heirs of the Sultan have decided that it is best to sell now, said Meir Aboul-Gheit, the owner of the estate who has not received any formal offer.
Segal said that he has been waiting for the offer for over a year, but is not sure when it will come.
He said that the estate is hoping that the auction will go smoothly, but that the family is ready to sell if it is possible.
Aboul- Gheit has been searching for a suitable buyer for the property since he heard of the sale a few months ago.
He has spent over $100,000