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Arab Heritage Foundation debuts Thursday, shares first publications

Arabian Heritage Foundation
Arab Thought Forum President Mohammad Abu Hammour (right) and Arab Heritage Foundation Muhammad Ghoseh speak at a press conference at the Arab Though Forum, on June 17, 2021. (Photo: Jordan News)
AMMAN — The Arab Heritage Foundation opened its doors on Thursday at a press conference held at the Arab Thought Forum’s headquarters.

Over the course of its first year, the foundation aims to publish 15 books, primarily focusing on Jerusalemite heritage, with references to Arab and Islamic history. The literary works will feature illustrations and excerpts from the research of Jordanian and international scholars.اضافة اعلان

Within two months of its launch, the foundation will publish two books: “Beautiful Palestine in the Legacy of Charles Wilson” and “Between Haifa and Jerusalem: The Journey of Caesar Gillum II to Palestine,” highlighting  works that capture the holy city’s rich history.

During the inauguration on Thursday, Muhammad Gosheh, founder of the institution, said that with modern research methodology and design, the foundation is looking to publish works in both Arabic and English to reach a global audience.

He added: “We look forward to the books being distinctive and exceptional, as we aim to make Jerusalem an icon of heritage and a beacon of knowledge and radiance. The foundation will follow modern technology and writing methods in our steps to enlighten the world on Jerusalem’s status as an eternal city of heritage and legacy.” 

Arab Though Forum President Mohammad Abu Hammour said the foundation’s goal to “foster Jerusalem’s image as a sanctuary for history and tradition,”  comes at a time when it most crucial for the world to learn about the holy city.

The foundation is an academic institution that publishes books and qualitative studies, aided by photographs, maps, and historical documents. Its focus is on furthering historical research and preserving the works of leading intellectuals and academics.