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عرض المشاركات من أبريل, 2009

Does literature, poetry, prose and art is prohibited in Gaza

صورة
A year ago I have noticed ugly attacks on the poet of Palestine, Mahmoud Darwish, on many websites , especially those coming from hamas in Gaza . The attacks are without proper reason , and are not based on objective or literary criticism as they should be, but are only because Darwish belonged to a certain political era. International literature and poetry belongs to all humanity, and is not the monopoly of a religion or political ideology or party. It should encapsulate the overall experience of the people or the emotional experience of an individual, expressing their inner feelings and emotions - of course using the appropriate linguistic and literary style, and reaching the hearts and minds of the audience . As for the connection of Islam to Arabic poetry , we have the poet of the Prophet, Hassan bin Thabit . A great deal of Hassan’s poetry records events and situations and also the life of the Holy Prophet, as did the poetry of Ka'b bin Malik and Abdullah bin Rawahah and many…