The slow spread of the Arabic audiobook in “Al-Nasher Al-Wekly” | Gulf newspaper

Al-Nasher Weekly magazine, issued by the Sharjah Book Authority, published in its new issue the full text of the letter written by the artist Rafik Ali Ahmed, on the occasion of the Arab Theater Day, after being chosen by the General Secretariat of the Arab Theater Authority for this occasion, which falls annually on the tenth of January. The magazine also published A study on the “Epic of the Master” as the first Castilian text, and a survey in the number revealed the slow spread of the audio book in the Arab world, and a study on the role of translation in the Renaissance through the model of Rifa’a al-Tahtawi.

In the editorial of the new issue, the Chairman of the Sharjah Book Authority, Editor-in-Chief, Ahmed bin Rakkad Al Ameri wrote: “A new year begins, new projects begin, and new achievements are awaited. Spirit,” adding that Sharjah “has become the home of intellectuals par excellence, according to the vision of the Sharjah Cultural and Enlightenment Project led by His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council and Ruler of Sharjah, the intellectual, the author and the wise ruler, the builder of the House of Wisdom and the monuments of knowledge that illuminate minds, hearts and homes.” ».

He said: “With the new year 2022, there are expected achievements, in the context of promoting cultural exchange and strengthening bridges of communication and cooperation between Sharjah and the major cultural cities in the world, Mexico celebrates Sharjah as the representative of Arab culture in the land of the five civilizations.”

Ahmed Al Ameri continued: “Sharjah will be the star of the 36th edition of the Mexico International Book Fair (Ville), which will be held in the city that boasts its Arabic name, (Wadi El Hajar), from November 26 to December 4, 2022,” explaining that the celebration of Sharjah comes In appreciation of her enlightening cultural project, her role, contributions, and her local, Arab and international initiatives.

The magazine published topics related to the publishing industry, dialogues in literature, research and translation, reviews of new books, as well as news of new releases, studies and articles on issues of Arab culture and literary heritage.

The editor-in-chief, Ali Al-Amiri, wrote in his “Raqeem” corner about the publication of the “weekly publisher” dialogue with the Nobel Prize winner for literature, Abdul Razzaq Journa, in Chinese on two Chinese cultural sites, quoting the magazine.

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