Abu Dhabi (WAM)
Tonight marks the start of the fourth live episode of the tenth series of The Prince of Poets, produced by the Abu Dhabi Cultural and Heritage Festivals and Programs Management Committee as part of its cultural strategy. In preserving heritage and promoting interest in Arabic literature and poetry.
In the fourth episode, Dr. There he witnessed the competition of four poets, namely Noor Al-Mawsil from Syria, Abdullah Al-Anzi from Saudi Arabia, Ahmed Boufahta from Algeria and Mustafa Matari from Palestine. Bin Tamim, President of the Abu Dhabi Arabic Language Center and Dr. Amani Fouad, Professor of Contemporary Literary Criticism at the Cairo Academy of Arts, and Dr. Mohamed Hajo, Professor of Semiotics and Discourse Analysis at the Faculty of Arts. and Humanities at the Mohammed V University of Rabat.
In the third episode of the program, the poet Aisha Al-Seif, from the Sultanate of Oman, scored 45 out of 50, so the other poets will wait for the public vote to choose two. The poets joined the qualified poets of the episode, where Ahmed Madan of Egypt won 44, Muhammad Mahmoud Mahasneh of Jordan won 43 and Omar Hussein Al-Maqdi of Yemen won 41 and two other poets picks. It is determined by public voting on the three remaining poets, and the public can vote for their favorite poet via the Prince of Poets program website or app.
Source: Al Ittihad
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