The Qatari Forum for Authors organized, through its YouTube channel, the twenty-third session of the “Marqat Qatar for speech” initiative, which comes within the events of Doha, the Capital of Culture for the Islamic World 2021, with the participation of a number of preachers. Competition between suitors to reach the playoffs has intensified. Maryam Al – Sbaeiy participated in the session and gave a speech on “World Volunteer Day,” with amendments made at the request of the Arbitration Commission. and Samar Munib, with a sermon: “Apology to Arabic,” and Ibrahim Al-Darami in his sermon entitled “Who am I”, while Ahmed Azaab gave a critical sermon.
The speech judges made a number of observations for the participants, both in terms of vocal performance, or pauses, as well as reinforcing the speeches with evidence from the Holy Qur’an and poetry, then the integrity of the language.
The arbitrators also called on participants to avoid filling and giving easy words with clear meanings, with the necessity of self-confidence.
The Marqat Qatar Initiative comes within the framework of the Arabic Language Support Project, and is the first Arab platform for public speaking to revive and promote Arab heritage through training sessions to advance this original art towards fluency and rhetoric.
In his speech to the twenty-third episode, Professor Muhammad Al-Shabrawi said that the issues that the preacher faces are endless, and that as long as the person lives, he should develop himself, add to his credit, go beyond his mistakes, take care of his lapses, improve himself Pointing out that every person who wants to influence people and talk to them must use what he has now, and develop himself,
He cited what Al-Muhallab Ibn Abi Sufra was asked about: How did you excel people? And among them, who is more knowledgeable than you? He said that is a science that has been neglected, and this is a science that has been used. The idea is that knowledge must be renewed, developed and added to it, and the most important thing is to use and expand what you have, while staying in the place will not change anything, and silence will not add to its owner, and he called the preachers to invest their rhetorical skills, and benefit from the skills and experience of others
The wise and conscious person does not stop at a limit, he is not satisfied with what he has, and is not ashamed of his mistake. Rather, he learns from them, and Whoever wants to make no mistake will not move from his place. He cited some grammarians who made mistakes and learned from their mistakes, pointing out that all adults start young, stressing that the platform for the preacher is available to everyone so that every preacher presents what he has.