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Intellectuals and friends of the late novelist Ghaleb Halasa urged concerned parties to transform the novelist's home on Main Street in Madaba into a museum displaying his literary works and personal items.
When a country and its people are not free, how do its artists respond? The sponsor of a competition for Palestinian artists finds work of pain and longing, but is impressed also by the life-affirming individuality of vision that flourishes even in the midst of national trauma.
The upcoming Indo-Iranian cultural conclave is a tribute to the fact that the cultural interaction has made a major contribution to enhancing cultural richness and harmonious spirit in Asia.
Many ancient archaelogical treasures in Irag lie close to air bases or oil refineries or laboratories that were targeted in the Gulf War and may be targeted again should the U.S. go to war with Iraq.
Holy sites in the Holy Land arouse passions.
Since Iraq's defeat in the Persian Gulf War in 1991, thieves have been stealing anything they can -estimated by experts to total tens of thousands of clay tablets, statuettes, pots, pieces of jewelry -from open or poorly guarded sites throughout the country.