News ID: 302804
Published: 0551 GMT May 05, 2021

Iran unveils multinational poetry book on Quds

Iran unveils multinational poetry book on Quds

A multinational poetry book on Quds, named ‘Holy Pens,’ was unveiled on the sidelines of the International Congress of Holy Quds in the central Iranian city of Qom on Wednesday.

The book, which was published in 282 pages, has poems in five different languages – Persian, Arabic, Turkish, Urdu and English – on Quds, IRNA reported.

It has 28 poems in Persian by poets from Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan, 26 poems in Arabic by poets from Bahrain and Kuwait to Sudan and Morocco, 25 poems in Turkish by poets from Turkey, 25 poems in Urdu by poets from Pakistan and India, and 19 poems in English by poets from the US, the Netherlands and Australia.

Representative of the Palestinian resistance movement Hamas, Khalid al-Qaddumi, has written an introduction to the book.



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