Winners of the Arab Youth and Sports cultural competition, organised as part of “Doha, Capital of Arab Culture 2010”, have been announced. The competition was organised by the Ministry of Culture, Arts and Heritage in co-operation with the Arab League and the Centre for Cultural Creativity. The contestants competed in poetry, short stories and scientific research and will receive their awards today from the Minister of Culture, Arts and Heritage HE Hamad bin Abdulaziz al-Kuwari. In addition to certificates, the winners will also receive cash awards of $5,000 (first prize), $3,000 (second) and $1,500 (third place). Iraqi Ali Mohamed al-Asadi has won the first prize for poetry. The topic was “Arab identity and globalisation”. Adel Mahlo came second and Omani Ashraf bin Hamad al-Assemi was third. In the short story category, where contestants had to tackle the issue of youth and drugs, Moroccan Mohamed al-Amin came first, Hiba Allah Mohamed Hassan from Egypt won the second place and Moroccan Mustafa Bakali won the third position. The scientific research competition had as theme “Dialogue of civilisations”. The winners were Munir Mohamed Salem Bakhit from Egypt, Mustafa Salehi from Morocco and Saleh Ali Amer Sultan from Saudi Arabia.
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