An-Najah National University Organizes a visit of the Peace
Cycle Delegation to Nablus
Exchange Program of the Public Relations Department, at an-Najah
National University, and in cooperation with Siraj Center in
Biet Sahour, organized a visit for the European Delegation of
Peace Cycle to An-Najah National University and Nablus city.
was received by Prof. Maher Natsheh, Vice President for Academic
Affairs, who welcomed them and thanked its members for their
visit and efforts. He also briefed them on the university and
its mission. Then, he presented the university plaque to the
delegation in appreciation of the effort they made to reach to
Nablus city on bicycles and in appreciation for their efforts to
delegation visited the faculty of Fine Arts, which welcomed the
visiting guests with some musical interludes presented by the
students of Music Department. The delegation was also honored by
the Dean of the Faculty Dr. Hasan Ne'irat, who thanked them for
visiting the faculty. The tour also included visiting a number
of the faculties and facilities of the new campus as well as
meetings with students who expressed their interest in such
initiatives that enhances cultural exchange.
participated in the solidarity delegation accompanied by local
participants from the Palestinian Cycling Club of Qalqilia.
Sister of Cherry Blair, Wife of Toni Blair Former British Prime
Minister, and her daughters were among the participants.
visited Nablus and met with the Deputy of Governor Mrs. Anan
Atterah, who welcomed the visitors and presented details on the
circumstances that the city is going through and thanked the
delegations for its efforts in delivering a peace message from
the Palestinian people to the world.
Shraim, Director of Palestinian Club for Bicycles in Qalqilia
commented on this visit by saying that the Palestinian community
want to live in peace, and insured that the organization of such
activities will continue to introduce the Palestinian youth to
organized a visit to the old city, and the Samaritan mountain
where they were received by Mr. Ya'qoub Samri, Director of the
Samaritan Myth Society who presented a detailed explanation for
the history of Samaritans, their traditions and habits.
Noor Hanbali, a
student at the English Department, said that participation in
accompanying this delegation enhanced her sense of belonging to
all that is humanitarian and it opens great horizons to be
opened to the world, its culture and ways of communication in
unconventional ways, and that is a rich experience that we can
all learn from to convince the world with the justice of our
event comes as part of the cooperation between Zajel and Siraj
Center, which aims at enhancing youth dialogue and understanding
between Palestinian and international youth, and it is an annual
ritual in which participants expresses the unity of goal and
belonging for the cause of this country.