Mamdouh Adwan defended madness and did not avoid his death. In this blog, Youssef Shrqawi explains how Adwan did that his artwork.
The performances tackled concepts of love, dreams of marriage, society’s negative view of divorced and unmarried women, issues related to Christians in Gaza, …
New attitudes threaten to undercut Iran’s efforts to cement its interpretations of Islam. James Dorsey discusses this in this article.
Prominent journalist James Dorsey believes that opposing Islamophobia differs based on interests of countries competing on Islamic world leadership.
A Persian epic inspired the Italian opera composer Giacomo Puccini to compose Turandot. Dr. Asghar Gohrab writes a unique blog about this story.
An overview about how the reactionary fiercely opposed Qabbani out of fear. In this blog, Youssef Sharqawi tackles the reasons behind the agony of Qabbani.
Enkidu has had a reason to die for and does not rise. What is the thing that fascinated Enkidu more: Music or friendship?
Adopting Arab regimes’ visions is one of the factors behind Arab drama’ regression. Ghassan Okla write about the mysteries of Arab drama’s …
“Layla & Majnun” and Nezami have been inspiring a Persian-British Artistic Liaison. In this blog, Asghar Seyed Gohrab highlights this liaison.
Framing Jews, Christians and Muslims as part of an Abrahamic family is a political choice. To know more, read this article.
The Musicians Association and its President, singer Hani Shaker, intervened and banned festival singers from participating in concerts, after the wide spread of …