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The first salon "Online" in Egypt kicks off with "Pre-Islamic Poetry"

2019-12-11T22:03:41.615Z

Egyptian thinker and politician Dr. Hossam Badrawi announced, on his official page on Facebook, in a video message, the inauguration of the first cultural salon (via the Internet), which begins its activities with a monthly monthly symposium titled “The Best of What I Read”. This comes within the activities of the Cultural Salon The Egyptian Society of



Egyptian thinker and politician Dr. Hossam Badrawi announced, on his official page on Facebook, in a video message, the inauguration of the first cultural salon (via the Internet), which begins its activities with a fixed monthly symposium titled "The Best of What I Read".

This comes within the activities of the Cultural Salon of the Egyptian Society for Culture and Knowledge Diffusion at its headquarters in the Garden City neighborhood in Cairo, and the seminar will be moderated by journalist and writer Mohamed Mostafa Abushama.

Badrawi announced that the first book that will be the subject of free discussion with guests who attend and interact via the Internet, is a book “In Pre-Islamic Poetry” by Dr. Taha Hussein, a book that sparked a major crisis after its publication in 1926, and ignited an intellectual battle that shaken contemporary Arab thought and still resonated Note to date.

Badrawi said, in a statement, that "the cultural salon represents one of the tools of the Egyptian Association for the Diffusion of Culture in achieving its enlightenment mission, which is completed through various educational activities that are linked in its entirety to the world of books."

Source: emara

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