Katara peaks Ramadan nights in culture and literature
Doha: The Katara Library of Arabic Novels concluded its Ramadan nights in culture and literature by bringing together Arab communities, including Palestine, Morocco and Palestine.
Both evenings were hosted by Khaled Diab Al Mohannadi, Director of the Katara Library of Arabic Novels, assisted in the management of the Palestinian evening by Dr. Khaled Al Hroub, a Palestinian scholar, and the Moroccan evening by Muhammad Abeel and Hafsa Reggreq .
The Palestinian evening, which was honored by the presence of the Palestinian Ambassador to Qatar, HE Munir Abdullah Ghannam, moved the audience to the atmosphere of Ramadan in the land of Jerusalem throughout history, in the first paragraph presented by Basma Qassem (Um Al Abed), accompanied by young women who got creative in singing the joyful welcoming songs of the holy month, which are from the Palestinian heritage, and Rami Abu Shehab, professor of criticism at Qatar University, presented a poetic reading in a long poem titled “As for me, I am not made of clay. Several other activities also took place.
The Moroccan Community Night was held on Friday, April 15, and was marked by a strong turnout, and various segments befitting the Ramadan mood.