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Posted on: Wednesday, January 30, 2019 – 22:42 PM | Last updated on Wednesday, 30 January 2019 at 10:42 PM
Deputy Minister of Culture Abdullah Bakkada said that the Arab region is subject to conspiracy and faces serious dangers, stressing that culture and art are the basis for human creation, and they are capable of facing any abnormal or extremist thought.
It was held at the Cairo International Book Fair Symposium held at its 50th session entitled "Culture and Peace for Peace" on Wednesday evening, where Bakdad participated in the deputy secretary of the Ministry of Culture of Yemen, Badr Al Salhi, and Yemeni Legal Expert. Wissam Basendoh in the field of political rights and freedoms. Deputy Director of the Yemeni Ministry of Human Rights and Moroccan writer Wafaa Sandi, chaired by Dr. Counselor of Culture of Yemen Embassy in Cairo Aisha Al Awlaki.
"We have to return to the spirit of society and the spirit of society is represented in culture and art. Culture and art have declined dramatically in the Arab world in recent years," he said. .
He added: "Unfortunately, Arab societies have come under the pretext of restoring religious discourse, and we are intellectually embedded. We receive everything that is negative from the West without investigation or investigation. Imagination is still prevalent in many areas at the same time as the West has formed Your Civilization Science and Experience ".
For your part Dr. Aisha Al Awlaki, cultural advisor to the Cairo Embassy in Cairo, was pleased to attend the Cairo International Book Fair, which praised the good organization and the great effort made by the Minister of Culture. Inas Abdel-Dayem on Cairo Book Fair.
"Egypt is an Arab shining and heart, and today we participated in the exhibition to talk about something created by Yemen's current conditions. Culture and art are the development of the human soul, so our initiative, culture and art for peace."
For his part, said Undersecretary of State of the Yemeni Ministry of Culture, Bad Al-Salhi, that the Yemeni people have a long history of civilization, and given the difficult circumstances that the Arab world in general and Yemen in particular face, it is important to spread a culture of peace and everyone knows that we live in an era of technological war and cultural warfare, which requires society, family and governments to join forces so that young people can move away from radical thinking.
"I believe that culture and art have an important role to play in the threat to the Arab peoples, and I suggested to the Yemeni Minister of Culture that the title of this symposium will be transformed into a national project."
Al-Salhi stressed the importance of preparing for cultural wars as more dangerous than arms wars by educating and educating young people to save generations from extremism and the margins of terrorism, pointing out that the cultural sector includes many important arts that play an important role in peace.
For his part, Nabil Abdulhafeez, State Secretary of the Yemeni Ministry of Human Rights, said that the cultural spirit is human rights. "We need to know where people have come to reach us. Since the end of World War I, the world has realized that more than 60 million people have died." We have launched many youth initiatives to strengthen the value of peace for young people, women and women. among all sectors of society, and since women are in the ranks of terrorism, there are others who carry out peace banners. "
"Although many believe that Yemen is busy with war and bombing, our Embassy in Cairo wants to remind us that culture and art are the cornerstone of peace," said Yemen author and legal expert Wissam Basandouh.
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