During the last few months, several high officials in the Egyptian government have been found murdered by a brutal form of strangulation. It is believed that Horus Selim, director of the prestigious Museum of the Ancients in Egypt, is somehow involved with the killings. Selim firmly believes that Egypt should try its hardest to return to its glorious and powerful past when ruled by Pharaohs, and has long criticised any government policies trying to start negotiations and alliances with other countries. Jim Phelps and his team of agents are sent to Egypt on a mission to determine whether or not Selim really did have something to do with these murders, and to make the killings stop before they interfere with impending peace talks in the Middle East.
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Your policies do not have Egypt's best interests at heart, Anwar.
They are the government's policies, Selim. I'm just one of many who believe they're right.
Right? Right for what? To blend Egypt into a community of lesser nations? To destroy a greatness born thousands of years before Christ?
Your position as Curator of the Ancients Museum is influential, Selim, but it does not allow you to dictate policy to me. And you may surround yourself with antiquities, but the days ...