Finally, issue 258 of the month of April 2021 of Turath magazine, published by the Emirates Heritage Club, was published in Abu Dhabi at the Sheikh Zayed Center for Studies and Research.
In its new issue, the magazine devoted a special file on the “old Emirati neighborhoods”. The file contained 12 investigations and articles that presented many of the heritage, popular and historical aspects of the Emirates neighborhoods, and documented many of their ancient scenes and pictures that were preserved by the cultural and popular memory.
In the opening of the issue, Editor-in-Chief Shamsa Al Dhaheri wrote about the old Emirati neighborhoods, as they are a deep cultural and ancient heritage of luxurious old monuments, such as houses, forts, castles, mosques and markets.
Al Dhaheri drew attention to the UAE’s interest in these historic buildings, in order to rehabilitate them, in order to restore the glory of the past, as part of a strategy aimed at restoring and preserving the old quarters.
The file included “Five Stories from the Streets of Al Ain” by Ahmed Majdi Hammam, and Hatem Abdul Hadi documented the heritage that adorns the streets of Abu Dhabi. Shamsa Hamad Al Dhaheri dealt with stories of the old neighborhoods in the city of Al Ain. Al-Sayed on some of the stories of the streets of Dubai, and Abdel-Alim Haris narrated the story of “Maliha … the incubator of history”. Fatima Atefah followed the names of Dubai streets in the eyes of writers, and Dr. Hala Ali reviewed the story of “Al-Khurais … palms, mud and water.”
And in the new from the Emirati Heritage magazine, it covers the activities of the Emirates Heritage Club, as well as 29 articles, investigations and various topics in the affairs of culture, arts, and the Emirati, Arab and human heritage. Fatima Masoud Al Mansouri records pages from the march of Hathboor bin Kaddas Al Rumaithi, one of the experts and advisors of heritage, in the Emirates Heritage Club, In Stars That Never Lost, Maryam Al-Naqbi recalls some of the life of the popular poet Salam bin Saeed Al-Dahmani, while Muhammad Shehata Al-Umda continues to narrate the chapters of the biography of the Princess Dahl Al-Hamma, and Dr. Ahmed Afifi deals with “the poetic rhythm of Shehab Ghanem”, and Abdullah Al-Mottaki presents a new reading of Ali Abu Al-Rish “Galvari on the banks of the Nile” and Salah Lebrini wrote about “the lyrical dimension in a divan that began with the sea by the poet Muhammad Abdullah Al-Bariki.” Yasser Shaban wrote about six books that make visiting the Emirates more enjoyable. Al-Zubayr Muhaddad presented an investigation on “the heritage of Arabic calligraphy with the fingertips of Emirati women.”
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