Dabkeh and folk arts in the Jordanian Heritage Week in Sharjah

Jordan Heritage Week kicked off on Saturday with the Heritage Heritage Week, organized by the Sharjah Heritage Institute. The festival will take five days to explore the history, geography and heritage of Jordan through a variety of events. Pictures, folk arts, music, and other colors of the ancient Jordanian heritage.
The event was inaugurated by Dr. Abdul Aziz Al Musallam, Chairman of the Sharjah Heritage Institute, the Jordanian Consul General in the UAE, Dr. Saied Al-Ridaideh, in the presence of the President of the Jordanian Anthropology Society, Dr. Mohammad Al-Shanaq, the Dean of Student Affairs at Yarmouk University, And the Iraqi Consul General in the State, Dr. Hussein Al-Azzawi.

He said d. Abdul Aziz Al-Musallam: With Jordan Heritage Week, we are immersed in the depths of history, and we learn from the treasures of science, knowledge, civilization and culture, which is a tribute to all of us. We enjoy an atmosphere of joy with our Jordanian brothers over five days. A gift for all heritage lovers to learn more about Jordan’s diversified rich heritage.
“The Jordanian brothers have a rich and diverse heritage, the roots of which are deeply rooted in history. They are still eagerly awaited by the public and the heritage lovers, through a rich variety of events.
“The tolerance and love between the UAE leadership and people, as well as all residents, is a wide and clearly present address. The Emirate of Sharjah, under the leadership of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Member of the Supreme Council, Ruler of Sharjah, is always impressed by this interest in culture and heritage, Especially Arab heritage and Arab culture, faith and absolute conviction that heritage and civilization are the future for us and our children.

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