Evoking Heritage and its Impact on Establishing the Palestinian Right in Tamim Barghouti's poetry Poem (Fi Al-Quds)
“In Jerusalem” As a Model
Keywords:Evoking the Heritage, Tamim Al-Barghouthi, the Right, Palestine
This research attempts to reveal the extent of the appearance of heritage and its invocation in the poetry of Tamim al-Barghouti, whether this presence is historical, civil, national or religious, through some of his famous poem (In Jerusalem). In this poem, al-Barghouti employs heritage in a creative and significant way. The aim of this research is to show the significance of evoking heritage in al-Barghouti's poetry. The poet chose heritage to convey specific meanings to the recipients, and to express his own thoughts and feelings about Jerusalem. There is no doubt that the cultural and civilized means of defending rights have an important and effective role in combating colonial settlement, and in establishing the national rights of any nation. Islamic and Christian religious fraternity in Palestine represents a lofty state of civilization, and an important national force in resisting the colonial settlement and fighting its attempts to obliterate the cultural and civilizational identity of the Palestinian people.
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