Tomorrow.. the sixth live broadcast episode of “Poet of a Million” ‹ Al Watan Newspaper

2023-12-25 10:48:52

Tomorrow evening, the sixth live broadcast episode of the “Million Poet” program will begin in its eleventh season, organized by the Abu Dhabi Cultural and Heritage Festivals and Programs Management Committee in cooperation with the Emirates Heritage Club, within the framework of its cultural strategy aimed at preserving heritage and promoting interest in Arabic literature and poetry – with the participation of six poets. This is via the Abu Dhabi and Baynouna channels.

During the episode, members of the jury, consisting of Dr. Ghassan Al-Hassan, Dr. Sultan Al-Amimi, and Hamad Al-Saeed, meet with the six poets who will present their poetic masterpieces during the evening, which is witnessing a remarkable presence of fans of Nabati poetry. These poets are Abdul Salam Rafi’ Al-Sulami and Faisal Al-Harbi from Saudi Arabia, and Rashid Al-Mushrifi Al-Nous from the Sultanate. Amman, Osama Al-Sarhani from Jordan, Yousef Obaid Al-Falasi from the Emirates, and Abdullah Al-Shaqrani from Kuwait.

The last episode of the program resulted in Muhammad Al-Madawi Al-Wadaei from Saudi Arabia qualifying for the next stage of the competition, by the decision of the jury members, while the remaining poets of the episode are waiting: “Ibrahim Abu Fayed Al-Sawarka from Egypt, Rakan Faleh Al-Shammari from Iraq, and Ghazi Atallah Al-Otaibi from Kuwait.” And Mubarak bin Madgham Al-Aklabi from Saudi Arabia, and Masoud Al Shafoul Al-Marri from Qatar, “The end of the public voting period through the “Poet of a Million” website and application, at the beginning of the sixth episode, where the presenters of the program will announce the results of the voting and those who qualify for the next stage by the public’s vote.

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