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Published on : Friday, July 24, 2015
It will be the third international exhibition of such kind, to be organised by Kuwait’s Dar Al-Athar Al-Islamiyyah (DAI). The event, from a political perspective, adds weight to the already close relations between the European nation and the Gulf State of Kuwait.
The exhibition is forecast to attract many of the millions of tourists and visitors, who flock to Italy, particularly Rome, during these times of the year for recreation and close look at the nation’s historic treasures.
The planned exhibition’s relics are samples of treasures, accumulated throughout 1,000 years of Islamic rule that had spread to three continents in the old times.
While the Kuwaiti-Italian ties have been, to some extent, sensed in Kuwait’s heavy participation in the Expo Milan 2015 Exhibition, planned patronisation of the event by the Prime Minister, Sheikh Jaber Al-Mubarak Al-Hamad Al-Sabah, will certainly add further weight to 50 years of bilateral relations between Kuwait and Italy, in addition to Kuwait’s success in mirroring its role in guarding human race’s heritage and advocacy of dialogue among civilisations.
Although the premier would not physically be present at the inauguration venue, he would be represented by a top government official; Minister of Information, Minister of State for Youth Affairs and Sports, Sheikh Salman Sabah Salem Al-Humoud Al-Sabah, the Dar General Supervisor, Sheikha Hessa Sabah Al-Salem Al-Sabah and the State of Kuwait’s Ambassador to Italy, Sheikh Ali Al-Khaled Al-Sabah.
The museum curators affirm that the exhibition will be, nowadays, a rare and unique experience to interact with refined beauty and art, amid the atmosphere of tension prevailing across the Middle East.
Moreover, it will mirror Islam as religion of civilisation, contrary to the distorted image about it that has been propagated by violent hardliners, who have been wreaking havoc across the region and wasting innocent lives.
Up to 363 unique pieces, including jewels and manuscripts, will be on display at the major event.