SIEL 2022: Special programming for the Bayt Mal Al-Quds Agency

The Bayt Mal Al-Quds Acharif Agency is taking part in the 27th edition of the International Publishing and Book Fair (SIEL), organized from June 2 to 12 in Rabat.

As part of its cultural and artistic program for the occasion, the Agency plans to organize next Sunday in the Hassan room at the Salon, a symposium on “the role of Arab and Islamic cultural centers in the preservation of identity of Al Quds: case of the Moroccan cultural centre”, with the participation of specialized teachers from Palestine and Morocco.

This symposium will address many issues related to the reconciliation of Palestinian generations with their history, in order to meet the challenges of globalization and alienation, especially since cultural action in Al-Quds is still groaning under the weight of attempts to alter the Arab and Islamic identity of the holy city, the Bayt Mal Al-Quds Agency said in a statement.

It will answer questions relating to the potential of cultural action given the bet on a stronger Arab-Islamic involvement in favor of the art and culture sector in the city, following the example of the experience of the Kingdom of Morocco which established its cultural center in the old city of Al Quds, as a beacon by which Moroccans have preserved their historical presence in the city.

The agency will also organize, next Monday in the Ribat Al-Fath hall, a meeting to announce the results of the “Al-Quds Acharif” award for journalistic excellence in development media for the year 2022, adds we from the same source.

On this occasion, the “courage” medal will be presented, awarded each year by the “Arribat” Monitoring and Evaluation Observatory, reporting to the Agency in Al-Quds, to celebrate one journalistic works that defend the values ​​of justice, freedom and peace and this in tribute to the memory of the late journalist Shireen Abu Akleh.

According to the statement, the Bayt Mal Al-Quds Agency will present, next Tuesday in the Oudaya room, with the participation of researchers from Morocco and Palestine, the book “Al-Quds” which compiles a series of excerpts from works available in the Agency’s library in Rabat sur la ville Sainte.

This work is divided into seven chapters, with a brief introduction on the history of Al-Quds and its civilizational depth, as well as it shines the spotlight on the religious sites of Islam and Christianity of Al-Quds as well as as certain aspects of daily life and lifestyles, but also on the links forged over the course of history between Moroccans and the holy city.

On the occasion of SIEL, the agency has set up a special stand which shows many of its publications in the various fields of knowledge.


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