On Tuesday, the Literary Noon Salon, which is an Intellectual Literary Feminist Group, organized a literary meeting at the headquarter of the Press House- Palestine, with the presence of a number of intellectuals, literary and writers.
The meeting facilitator Fathiya Sarsour and the critic Entisar Abu Shawish reviewed the novel “The Third Rib”, for the Palestinian novelist Mohammed Al-Sheikh Ali.
the writer Entisar Sarsour showed the scenes and the literary demonstrations of the novel, which stems from the Palestinian reality and its heritage.
While the critic Abu Shawish said that this novel demonstrates the cohesion of the community and works to come up a single and unified decision, away from the rivalries experienced by other peoples.
In turn, the writer Sheikh Ali, depicts the state of separation experienced by the Palestinian city of Rafah and the other Egyptian cities, stressing the completion of the literary form of the third rib, which is considered a symbolic heritage, calling for the attendance to turn the novel into a dramatic work.
Its noteworthy to mention that Another meeting was held on August 15, during which Fathiya Sarsour reviewed "The Journey of Ghareeb Asqalani between Alienation and Creativity", where she wrote about the Palestinian writer Ghareeb Asqalani.
The writer Sarsour discussed with the presence of the writer Ghareeb Ashqalani the biography of the writer and merged between the biography and biography about herself and the writer, in addition to the mentioning of the homeland from Ashkelon to Alled and other of the Palestinian countries and how they had been occupied, pointing to the educational stages of the writer and his work as a teacher and then as a chairperson of Creativity At the Palestinian Ministry of Culture.
For his part, Asqalani the writer said that:” This salon, which added to the Palestinian cultural situation a remarkable presence, gave a unique pattern that distinguishes it from other cultural entities on the Gaza and Palestinian scene, with the efforts of the persistent pioneers Dr. Mai Nayef and Professor Fathiya Sarsour.
The cultural Noon Salon holds a continuous literary sessions per month, which aims to discuss novels, short stories or an artistic work.