(AL-Beerier) Cultural Center
Al-Beerier cultural center is among one of the various entities at the university and is considered as a base of information. The center presented continuous symposiums to reinforce the social and cultural aspects in the Sudan. The center strives to create a healthy atmosphere for the different scientific and intellectual activities by presenting weekly lectures in various topics. A good number of scientists, intellectuals, politicians, professionals, sportsmen, artistic and religious persons address the symposiums. AL-Beerier cultural center therefore represents a free forum that hosts the most eminent intellectuals, cultured and creative characters. The forum attracts the Sudanese and Arab intellectual capabilities. The center has been established with objective of providing a gathering where the elites meet with the public to discuss various intellectual, political, economical, and social issues that attract the citizens and the country; besides some important international issues. The center aims at encouraging and facilitating the diffuse of culture, the exchange of information as it stands as a forum which adopts the urgent causes of the country in different fields. The center represents the link between the university and the Sudanese public; aspiring to achieve the diversity of topics within the context of a system that provides fair chances for handling the selected topics. The topics presented by the center are published in different ways to guarantee the benefits behind them. This is achieved by selecting some topics to be published in AL-Beerier cultural Center Book and the different mass media. The center has therefore become a famous cultural epitome in the Sudanese and Arab circles for the distinguished standard of the lectures presented by the center and its concern with Sudanese heritage and the contemporary intellectual issues which are all handled by eminent intellectuals, cultural figures and professionals from the Sudan and the Arab World.
Al-Barir Cultural Center at the University of Science and Technology, which was founded by Dr. Al-Moataz Muhammad Ahmad Al-Barir in memory of his father, the late Sheikh Muhammad Ahmad Al-Barir, may his soul rest in peace, in the year 1996 AD. Politics and the arts in their various forms, and Al-Barir Cultural Center has become a link between the university and the outside community through its seminars, lectures and various events that have attracted different segments of society A quality of society in the capital, Khartoum, and thus Al-Barir Cultural Center became a prominent cultural title in the Sudanese intellectual circles and the rest of the Arab world, in order to highlight the efforts aimed at opening up to issues of thought and contemporary literature and attention to the national heritage of Sudan.
These are examples of seminars presented by Al-Barir Cultural Center, in which you notice the diversity in addressing various social issues
The phenomenon of beggary and its repercussions on society
Date : 24 /5 /1999
The weekly symposium of Al-Bairir Cultural Center began on Monday, May 24, 1999 AD at 7:00 pm. Attendance:
Mrs. Nafisa Ahmed Al-Amin, Police Lieutenant Colonel Hussein Hobat, Mr. Ali Mahdi, Mrs. Somaya Fadl Al-Mawla and Ikhlas Youssef Al-Tijani, in addition to a large gathering of the public and students. The symposium began with verses from the Holy Qur’an, followed by a poem about the homeless from one of the college students and after introducing and introducing the social and family situation and indicators and interventions about these The phenomenon … opened the symposium. In the statements of Professor Ali Mahdi, he focused on the growth of the phenomenon and its spread in Khartoum and its extension to various cities and the widening of the circle of homelessness in the country.She emphasized that the country needs the arms of its children to rise from what it called fabricated crises, and pointed to the vastness of Sudan and the multiplicity of its cultures and local languages, and that the values, principles and everything that the family does towards its children and education are inherited from the ancestors, but the talk of Professor Somaya, drought, desertification and migration from the countryside to the cities led to secretions in society of Including beggary, delinquency, drugs, theft, and then homelessness, which is the topic of today’s symposium. But the researcher, Ikhlas Youssef El-Tijani, summarized the treatment and the antidote in activating the role of (Zakat Bureau, social organizations and religious awareness) The symposium came out with suggestions from the necessity of paying attention to the role of care, rehabilitating young people and finding job opportunities for them.
The impact of information flow in the age of satellite TV
Date :29 /2 / 1999
Keynote speaker: Professor Ali Mohamed Shammo
Professor Ali Muhammad Shammo started his speech by saying that anyone who studies television finds a problem in the relationship of the microphone to the speaker, and it is assumed that it does not obscure part of the speaker’s face. From the problems of the subject of information and the impact of the issue of information flow and service, and these are the characteristics of this era. The speakers presented interventions and solutions to problems and obstacles during a symposium (the impact of information flow in the age of satellite channels)
The recommendations of the symposium came to
1/ The use of technology requires advanced education
2 / High technology in the field of the Internet is used by the elite in Sudan
3 / The Islamic world needs to establish an information network on Islamic civilization
The symposium concluded the need to pay attention to technology and employ it in the service of society. The symposium also aimed at the need to pay attention to the issue of information and its development with modern electronic means, and it is necessary to keep pace with the third world countries and to pay attention to the issue of information and informatics in the era of satellite channels. and appreciated.
The meanings of the names for the people of Sudan
date : 19/8/1999
Speaker: Professor Al-Tayyib Muhammad Al-Tayyib
During the symposium, Professor Al-Tayyib Muhammad Al-Tayeb spoke about the meanings of names in Sudan. His introduction was during the period in which the people of Sudan united in the era of the blue authority at the beginning of the sixteenth century AD 1504 AD, and this period is what united the people of Sudan and brought them together in a unified crucible. The mixed Semites who came from the Arabian Peninsula and spread throughout Africa and southern Europe. The Arabs settled in the Sudan, according to Professor Nafisa Al-Malik due to the similarity of the environment That was before the Nile changed its course, so we preserved Arabism and Africanism. The objectives of the symposium dealt with the connotations of names for the people of Sudan, the historical dimensions of the names and their implications in the Holy Qur’an and the Sudanese cultural heritage with its various ethnic, cultural and social components. The symposium was attended by a large audience of specialists in the field of history and Arabic language and those interested in Sudanese culture.
Save information between manual and electronic mode
Date : 30 / 9 / 1999
Speaker: Dr. Ali Saleh Ali Karrar
The first speaker, Dr. Ali Saleh Karrar, referred to the concept of the different civilizations that were concerned with the issue of codification and writing, which can be seen to vary under wide frameworks, including what is known as the vessels of the pre-traditional stage and stipulated by all the materials that were made from natural resources that died for different civilizations such as the civilization of Mesopotamia (Tigris and Euphrates). These are periods that are deeply rooted in history before the discovery of paper.
The symposium concluded after interventions from interested people and specialists, in addition to the public, with several recommendations, including:
1/ The electronic library has become a necessary necessity and there is no fear of it to abolish paper dealing in Sudan
2/ The universities must be connected to an electronic network, and then other states should be connected to this network so that the flow of information is available to all
3 / The lack of electronic networks leads to the lack of media and information 4 / It is necessary to pay attention to the containers of information
The symposium aimed at the importance of preserving information and archiving it in a scientific and academic manner, introducing modern technology and computing and preserving information. The symposium also referred to the need to pay attention to documents in the National Documentation House and the role of national documents in preserving information about the civilization of the people of Sudan. For researchers in all fields.
Web writing mode
Date :21 / 2 / 2000
The seminar was presented by Mr. Abbas Mustafa Saber
The symposium dealt with the emergence of the Internet since the beginning of the sixties and the scientific developments of the Internet in the world and the need to benefit from it in all scientific fields and the extent of benefiting from the exchange of information for specialists in this field. The first speaker, Mr. Abbas Mustafa Sadiq, presented three papers, including the first aspect, the emergence of the Internet and the second the linguistic presence in The Internet and the third put the Arabic language on the Internet, which is the main focus of the symposium. As for Mr. Abdullah Adam Khater, he raised questions about the readiness to enter into a new era that we did not live in, but we were religious and talking to him about the possibility of overcoming it. At the same time, he pointed out that globalization is The symposium came out with recommendations, the most important of which is to focus efforts on the Internet Society, which was established by the Arab Union to solve the problem related to the Internet in the Arab world, with the need to focus on the Arabic language in the Internet field to facilitate this for Arabs in the field of programming and Internet education. Conducting more studies and establishing a number of internet centers in Sudan so that it will benefit everyone in the era of globalization.
Opinions and concepts about cloning
Date : 28 / 2 / 2000
The seminar was presented by Dr. Muhammad Sayed Ahmad Al-Alawi
In his words, the professor welcomed the attendees and praised the contributions of the college, and on the topic of the symposium, he confirmed that the first experiment of cloning on an embryo (frogs), and the result of this experiment showed that the scientists concluded that the nucleus of the fetus continues from the 16th stage to the 32nd stage with the same capacity in the fertilized egg and since that day began Experiments on the transfer of amphibians and this is because amphibians have a large egg when compared with other animals. During the symposium, he explained the concept of cloning from a scientific point of view and how to start the idea And the scientific experiments that took place in this context, and the doctor pointed out that the media gave the subject great importance after the birth of the famous (Dolly the sheep) and the symposium presented different opinions in this context. In the process of reproduction, the symposium was attended by a large number of interested and knowledgeable in the field.
The experience of the poet Hadi Adam (poetics)
Date: 6 /2 / 2000
The symposium dealt with the experience of Professor Al-Hadi Adam (poetics), which is a pioneering and famous experience. The symposium also dealt with his book (The Hut of Longings), and the poet delivered a group of his distinguished poems. The symposium dealt with the artistic relationship between Umm Kulthum and the poet Al-Hadi Adam, who sang to him (Tomorrow I will meet you). The first speaker in the symposium, Mr. Abdel Moneim Al-Ketiabi, thanked the poet Al-Hadi Adam and for the attendance, who has been a regular in the series of seminars of the Al-Birir Cultural Center Forum from the media, poets and writers. The professor gave a brief about the venerable poet since his birth Hilalia area and He graduated from the Faculty of Science, Cairo University, and worked as a professor in the Ministry of Education and head of the Arabic Language Division. Culture and science across the country. And about his first experience, he said: I loved the word since I was young, and I remember that in the primary school I tended to read poetry, although I was not interested in prose. My father, who loved poetry, encouraged me to do so, and it increased my attachment to it, and it was the beginning of my poetic launch. The poet presented examples of his poems to the audience.While the Department of Documentation and Communication at the College presented the song (Tomorrow Meet You) on the video clip with the voice of Kawkab Al Sharq (Umm Kulthum). Sober, with which he was able to represent Sudan abroad until he became one of the great Arab writers.
The water problem in the twenty-first century
Date: 27 /3 /2000
The first speaker, Dr. Ahmed Muhammad Adam, focused on the problem of water in general and the agreements that had been concluded. He said that water is the basis of life, as God Almighty said (and we made from water every living thing) God Almighty believed and proved, and the hadith of Dr. Ahmad Muhammad Adam that the quantities available now on the land area are salty and cannot be used Only 2.5 of the water is potable water, which is equivalent to 40 thousand cubic kilometers distributed around the world, and it is difficult to access because most of it is located in icy places, and the estate itself is 97% of it in the ground.Among the interventions followed by Dr. Yaqoub Abu Shoura, who in turn said that the main objectives are to find home water for animals, the environment and the future vision of the new century, carefully identifying water problems and finding solutions to them while avoiding the negative aspect. Water resources must be planned and developed, water management is preserved, the needs are met, and the economic value of water is provided.
The seminar concluded…
1/ The importance of the relationship between citizens and water conservation
2/ The principle of sharing water and benefits must be taken into account, not sharing water as an old view
3 / The water can be benefited from through export
The artistic relationship between Al-Fateh Hamto and Nader Khader
The first speaker, Mr. Al-Fateh Hamto, talked about his artistic and literary experience and the relationship with the artists, as well as the technical cooperation between him and the artist, Mr. Nader Khedr, who presented him with a number of his various poetic works. In this context, rehearsals were carried out on the art workshop system to improve the artistic intonation of these lyrical works and the importance of the role of The partnership and technical cooperation between the poet and the artist, and this relationship resulted in presenting wonderful and distinguished works, and it was an addition and a fruit of that cooperation that had already existed in the art scene for many years. On the stage of the Al-Bairir Cultural Forum Center, many wonderful artworks were well received by the audience, and a number of pioneers of the art press participated in them and enriched the symposium with their valuable interventions, and its audience was a non-citizen audience, in addition to the active participation of the students of the College of Technology.
Memories of Sports House Omdurman
The first speaker, Kamal Sina, dealt with the history of the Omdurman Sports House as one of the great roles in the Sudan, which was built in an ancient era in the history of Sudan, and he talked about the football matches between Al-Hilal, Al-Marikh, Al-Mawrada, and the European teams that visited Sudan in that historical era. Also, the Sports House was a meeting place for humor, art, artists and personalities. The well-known popular group also participated in the intervention of Dr. Al-Moataz Muhammad Ahmed Al-Barer, a sharper at the college, who believed in the importance of sport in Sudan and the expected role of it. Al-Moataz pointed out in his speech to the intimate relationship that brings him and his family together with the sports community in Omdurman. Sudanese.
Al-Abbadi between the dopet and the bag
Team Ibrahim Ahmed Abdel Karim dealt with the path of the great creative poet Ibrahim Al-Abadi and his cultural and literary contributions to the march of Sudanese creativity. On the importance of this great artistic relationship between the art of the dubbit and the songs of the art portfolio and the pioneering and great role that Al-Abadi contributed in this field. The artistic symposium came out with a number of recommendations, the most important of which are
1/ The necessity of paying attention to the Sudanese national heritage
2/ The role of the Sudanese radio media and the national television in preserving and recording these historical eras of songs that are immortal in the march of Sudanese art and singing.
3 / The necessity of paying attention to research circles such as the Center for the Study of Folklore for this type of seminars and seminars
Symposium title: The Revealing Giant (Abu El-Fan)
Speaker: Mr. Al-Sir Kaddour
Singing: Emad Ahmed Al-Tayeb and Atef Al-Samani
Mr. Al-Sir Kaddour started the seminar directly by expressing his happiness at being in the castle of education, knowledge and culture, which has become a beacon in Omdurman. Kaddour said that his happiness is multiplied because the talk is linked to one of the pioneers of art and innovation in the Sudanese song, the father of Sudanese art, the late Ibrahim Ahmed Al-Kashef. I have to establish the Sudanese Artists Syndicate, where Al-Kashef was a driving element for the establishment of this union, perhaps because he belongs to the working class and is a carpenter before he was an exhibition owner or a workshop owner. Enthusiastic about the establishment of the union since it began in the forties and then he struggled with his colleagues to develop the union of artists in the year 1952 AD and then the union in the month of May and it was at that time in agreement with the celebration of Labor Day and because the labor mentality controlled the detector, it was the cause of the last and first strike that may not have been repeated except in America in The nineties, when American cinema artists went on strike, and this was the second strike, as the first was led by Al-Kashfather, a quarrel between him and Metwally Eid, the director of the radio station. Both of them are influential men and have their role, and the strike of Sudanese artists was to refrain from singing on Sudanese radio because the artist was spending only two pounds in return for that, then the police followed them in another strike, where Al-Kashef saw that the amount was not enough, and we find that Al-Kashef’s strike affected two events, the first of which The emergence of a number of singers, as the radio wanted to respond to the great singers who refrained from performing their songs through them, so the artist Mahjoub Othman condemned his song: My heart desires them, and chose them with their desires, and my heart bought them It is one of the words of the poet Al-Tangari, composed by Ramadan Hassan, and then the song (Iftaan). The flowers are awake while you are asleep breezes caressed your hair The voice of the doves woke up Then Khaled Muhammad Ahmed, Al-Tayeb Mahran and others sang, and the strike was an opportunity for the radio to turn its books, search for new voices, and choose a number of people to join to fill the void. It was a benefit for art and artists, because it preserved a heritage of singing that could have evaporated if it weren’t for that strike that alerted the radio to preserve that heritage in its library. Professor Al-Sir Kaddour went on to talk about Al-Kashef and said that singing in the life of people is a creature linked to livelihood and worship and does not come out of the two, so singing and praise appeared as a result and the melody is more dominant than speech. The Sheikh of Sanaiya and the most influential and skilled of them in the short period he spent in the year 1935 AD until his death in 1969 AD, where al-Kashef lived in the nineteenth century and his family had come from Sinai and had previously visited his family’s home in Arish. It is said that his grandfathers came from Morocco to Alexandria and then crossed to Sinai at sea Al-Ahmar is a tonal area close to Sudan, where the study proved that the melody is associated with the seas, not the rivers. The Red Sea region is rich in melody, and the songs of Upper Egypt are close to Sudanese singing.
The causes of the deterioration of Sudanese football and its implications for the university environment
Date May 10, 1999
AD Speakers: Taha Ali Al-Bashir – Al-Tarifi Al-Siddiq – Kamal Shaddad
Attendees: Minister of Education, Muhammad al-Sheikh Madani, Mutamed Omdurman, al-Sadiq Muhammad Salim, and a group of athletes, journalists and professors
Beginning of the seminar
The President of the University, Dr. Al-Moataz Muhammad Ahmad Al-Barir, thanked and appreciated all the attendees who responded to the invitation to attend the symposium, which they see as of great importance, explaining that the College of Science and Technology pays attention to the movement of society in all its sports, cultural and social aspects, and that it will evaluate a weekly forum to discuss issues related to society beside many From the cultural publications, he said that the first question that comes to mind about the topic of the symposium is .. Is there a crisis in football that has an impact on university sports? He said that they are waiting for an answer to this question, both from the opinions of specialists and from the recommendations that the competent bodies will adopt to implement.
The printed athlete, Taha Ali Al-Bashir, said that a symposium with this title needs several seminars and considered it a big problem that needs research. He said that there must be headers of topics and a set of questions that will bring the audience closer to the title of the symposium. He said the first question should be asked.. What is Sudan’s position on the global, African and Arab football map? Is the distinguished position that Sudan has reached as a result of work or as a result of personal initiatives such as the initiative of Dr. Abdel Halim Mohamed, Kamal Shaddad and the sons of Karrar in the city of Wad Madani.
Ahmed Al-Bakri Abu Haraz continued saying the word (deterioration) in the Arabic language means to retreat from a high, stable and stable place. So did this happen to Sudan, explaining that the French team is the winner of the World Cup, but in the international classification, Brazil is the No. 1 team because it remained in its place for a while From time, he said that Sudan did not deteriorate because it was not in a stable and stable position for a period of time, even though the International Federation, the Confederation of African Football and the Sudanese Federation were established, and did not win a championship once in the year 1970 in the African Clubs Championship and hosted by Khartoum. Al-Tarifi Al-Siddiq added that the money It is not a reason for the deterioration of Sudanese football, explaining that if you find money and do not have a plan, that money will be wasted, explaining that sports clubs are poor and depend on the income of matches
people outside the middle
The head of the Sudanese Football Association, Kamal Shaddad, said that there are people who have been imposed on sports from outside the sports community and have gained authority and can write off every athlete with the stroke of a pen, describing them as strangers to the sports community. It would have been better to change the name of the symposium from the decline of football to the methods of developing football