Amman- The Great Pioneers Forum on Saturday held a discussion seminar on former minister Muhammad Dawoudia’s book, “From Crusher to Ministry”, published by Al-Ahlia publishing and distribution house, Amman.
Dr Hind Abu Al Shaar, novelist Dr Hussein Al-Amoush, participated in the discussion, which was moderated by the forum’s cultural advisor, storyteller Sahar Malas.
The leader of the white family, Maysoon al-Armouti, said that we meet to discuss the book “From the grinder to the ministry”, which represents the luminous face of the people of this country, who made their way through the rocks, fearless and tireless, or boredom. , indicating that the book is a kind of giving back and loyalty to Jordan by documenting stories, tales and events, to be a doorway to learn the vocabulary of fathers and grandfathers, to preserve our heritage and our customs deeply rooted in the land, blending in with the new generation and consolidating the relationship between old and new, with interesting and interesting conversations, and learning by example for a better future.
The director of the forum, Haifa Al-Bashir, saw that the book talks about his biography as well as part of the journey of a homeland and his concerns through the life of one of his sons who accompanied his path , enduring all hardships and uniting, for Jordan to be a star in the sky of the world shining in the light of its centenary, indicating that one of the leaders of the event The State, about a busy childhood of suffering, fought his way to youth with iron vigor, to defy all odds and his hero said, “Here I am a man of the men of Jordan.
Novelist, Dr. Hussein Al-Amoush said that the book “From the grinder to the ministry” is not a biography, but a march, and not a story, but stories, not a novel, but novels, pointing out that he read the book “with great caution, great deliberation and extreme precision, just like the commentary Nutrient needle, preparation for pain, hours of contemplation and reflection, relaxation and smiling like a dream, pain and numbness, moments of coma, then health, feeling of cold and severe heart palpitations, this is in short all that you represent and feel when reading Muhammad Dawoudia; the human, the teacher, the politician, the journalist, the worker, the son, the father.
Al-Amoush pointed out that when we read the Dawudiyah, we smell the smell of Dahnoun, Qaisum, lavender and wormwood in Ma’an, Wadi Musa and Sanasil Al-Dajniyah, the smell of milk from sheep at milking time, the smell of chalk on the blackboard at Bir Abu Al-Alaq school. And you smell the breath of the Iraqi Fatima, you smell the smell of his body when he has finished preparing the trap paste.
Al-Amoush saw that he had never read in his life, and he did not know the limits of his knowledge of a man equivalent to David, although he was an orphan, but he distributes fatherhood to all of us , not rich, but he is richer than all businessmen, a man confused in his description, nickname and title, searching in dictionaries and dictionaries to give him his right to describe, when only “Muhammad is found Dawoudia”, to sum it all up.
Al-Amoush pointed out that his words fail to describe his friend Daoudia as he raised him saying, “I raise my head to a man whom the sites have not changed, nor the chairs that changed it. Like earth, like sugar, like salt.”
Al-Amoush concluded that Daoudiyeh is a man the size of a nation, from Petra to Ramtha, from the Jordan Valley to Ajfur, noting that the book “From Al Kasara to Al Wazirah” carries the flavors of all the earth in one book.
Under the title “The biography of the homeland in the tale of Muhammad Daoudia”, Dr Hind Abu Al-Shaar said that she had read Daoudia’s book more than once and was not bored, although It was not written in chronological order, and it was perhaps an unusual pattern for the traditional biography narrator, but this fragmentation made reading a state of alertness.
Stating that Daoudia documents in this book his work as “a solo teacher who fits into a rich narrative scene, despite the fact that he lived in a limited spatial space and a small community in each of the five villages in which he worked , and the image of the solitary teacher who finds himself alone in a village devoid of population is like an exile at the end of the universe, and I do not know why Daoudia did not write a short story which monitors these amazing cosmic moments.!! .”.
Abu al-Sha’ar saw that Dawudiyya in his book benefited from the sweetness of the journalistic phrase that connects the mind and the heart, but in his biography he was closer to the intelligent novelist who mastered his craft. are generously available, lively and violent characters, a complete artistic discourse, a philosophy that comes from the mouths of those who were summoned by Daoudia to enter the scenes of his life, he convinced us and made us love them.
Abu Shaar added. In this book, Dawoudia talks about this young mother who lost her husband in the prime of life as she sings heartily to her young orphan. The people of his house do not eat meat, and he establishes there the rule that comes from a hermit’s bath.
Dawudiyah continues, according to Abu al-Sha’ar, on “the grandfather who established in the mind of his grandson the rule (Never sleep unjustly and do not sleep oppressed), reaching King Hussein with his voice hot and his features that look like us, in his positions with (Al-Nashmi), Dawoudia, dozens of personalities who have not been there. , amazing women who spent a fleeting time in the life of Daoudia, like this Iraqi woman who looked at her body through the window of the pilgrimage bus which stopped at Mafraq, and who charmed the young man with her frank voice by asking him “Average”.
Abu al-Sha’ar saw that Dowdiya used this memory hidden in his depths with the ability of a professional novelist, and we appreciated this restored memory, and summed up his relationships with women in beautiful romantic language, saying “Always and without stopping, the women leave, the clear butterflies leave, they enter the mist and the absence, they go to the frost of the immigrant, Or to the flames of the Gulf, and to bitter absence Is it the language of a poet, a journalist or a novelist?
For his part, Daoudia said, “There is no force in the world stronger or greater than a good story, that no one can stop, or an enemy to defeat, pointing out that the book ‘From Crusher to Ministry” is about all of our people who worked hard – and still do – in quarrying, farming, siege, road paving, construction, concrete, the military and teaching, all of which are work fierce.