The Qatari Forum for Authors held the twentieth session of the “Mirqat Qatar for Oratory”, as part of the activities of Doha, Capital of Culture in the Islamic World 2021.
Dr. Ahmed Al-Janabi, a linguistic expert and one of the supervisors of the initiative, started the session, speaking about the initiative, its importance and valuable goals. He also touched on its future and the coming stages of the life of these fruitful sessions.
He said: “Through this initiative, we meet weekly in order to elevate the preachers until the final stage, and we move in a circle. Today, from the stage of preparation, introduction and training to the stage of competition”.
At the beginning of the episode, Professor Muhammad Al-Shabrawi announced the upcoming competitive stages until the final stage, stressing that the next stage will witness a new method of competition between the orators, which will give more and wider space to the competitors in this purposeful initiative.
Sheikh Shaker Al-Shahwani said that if the topic to children, the orator can address it in different terms and ways for adults, as well as the method differs and the method differs if you address the topic to young people at the university level or to people in a particular profession or merchants, for example.
Turning to the competitive rounds, three orators competed in that round, two in written speeches and one in improvised speeches. The sermon, Eng. Khaled Al-Ahmad, and the second sermon was entitled “The Fifth Examination” by the orator Maryam Al-Subaie. Al-Khalil Mahfouz participated in an impromptu speech on “famous sayings”, and this speech was judged by Dr. Rania Mustafa.
In the judging stage of the first sermon entitled “The New Hijri Year” by the orator Samar Munib, Professor Khaled Al-Ahmad said that Samar presented a wonderful heritage text by a famous orator throughout history, Ibn Nabata, the most famous preacher, he presented a text from the heritage spilled and minted in a wonderful way full of It contains graphic images, and it contains a lot of eloquence and wonderful elements.
As for the second sermon presented by the preacher Maryam Al-Subaie, entitled “The Fifth Examination”, was judged by professor Lama Sahouri. The last and improvised sermon presented by the preacher Khalil Mahfouz about “famous sayings, was judged by Dr. Rania Mustafa.