The National Museum organises the “Palestinian Melody” event

National Museum
National Museum

Muscat: The National Museum in collaboration with Sayyida Wafa bint Hilal al-Busaidi, a specialist in clinical psychology organised today the “Palestinian Melody” event, as an expression of love for the brotherly Palestinian people.

The event was attended by their Highnesses, Excellencies, distinguished guests, a group of visual artists, musicians, media professionals, and those interested in cultural and museum affairs.

The event included a variety of cultural and artistic segments featuring students and a selection of Omani musicians in collaboration with the Department of Educational Supervision at the Ministry of Education, along with a special poem titled “The Call to Prayer from Al-Aqsa” written and recited by poet Yousuf al-Kamali.

The event also featured a visual presentation titled “Palestine Concerns Us,” with participation from prominent Omani figures, a tour of the art auction with proceeds going to the people of Gaza, and a corner dedicated to introducing the history and culture of Palestine.

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