Within the framework of studying and understanding cultural, social and political history, the Libya Academy for Advanced Studies hosted a session on Tuesday, September 13, 2022, on the occasion of the anniversary of the Al-Jawazi massacre in Libya.
The meeting was organized and supervised by Ms. Hanan Al-Falah.
The meeting was moderated by Mr. Saleh Al-Hazzaz, Vice Chairman of the Political Committee of the Jawazi tribe, hosting with him
Researcher Professor Mahmoud Attia Bouzriba Al-Araibi.
The talk discussed the importance of cultural, social, political and economic history in understanding and reading history correctly, understanding internal and external influences, and understanding reactions and objectives.
The meeting also discussed the importance of reading history from its multiple sources, oral and written, the form of eloquent poetry, and the form of colloquial poetry, in addition to the beliefs, ideas, and news narrated by the elderly, and how to understand, analyze, and benefit from them in a correct and frank reading of history.
And investing in history to deal with reality in a useful way, unites the people of the nation, takes them toward rebuilding it, gathering its diaspora, and moving forward in resisting the enemies of the nation, identity, and history.
There was also talk about the causes, motives, repercussions and effects of the Al-Jawazi massacre, poetic and historical narratives, and the effects of these incidents on the past, present and future, and investing them in gathering the word, uniting the ranks, and moving towards serving and protecting the country.