The Sudanese poet, Muhammad Taha Al-Qaddal, died late Sunday night, at the age of 70, after a struggle with illness, according to the official Sudanese News Agency (SUNA).
After a long journey of poetic giving, the Sudanese poet Muhammad Taha Al-Qaddal passed away yesterday evening.
Al-Qaddal, who devoted his life to spreading culture, was distinguished by poetic vocabulary derived from the cultural and linguistic environment in which he grew up, and he sang his revolutionary poems by the great Sudanese artists, which caused him the enmity of the rulers and the appreciation of the public. pic.twitter.com/ydu533J9E3
– AJ + Arabic (@ajplusarabi) July 5, 2021
According to the Sudanese Agency, the great poet Muhammad Al-Qadal passed away in the Qatari capital, Doha.
Sudanese poet Muhammed Taha Al-Qaddal
She indicated that “Al-Qaddal’s body will be transferred to the capital, Khartoum, to be buried in the land he loved and sang for throughout his creative life.”
Al-Qaddal had been diagnosed with cancer some time ago and was transferred to a hospital in Qatar after his health deteriorated significantly and his need for medical care, and his death was announced.
Specifically, on June 24, Al-Qaddal was transferred to Al-Amal Hospital in the Qatari capital, for cancer treatment.
The Sovereignty Council mourns him
Meanwhile, member of the Sovereign Council, Muhammad Hassan Al-Taishi, mourned the late Al-Qaddal, in a post on his Facebook page.
Al-Taishi added: “We left for his final resting place, satisfied and satisfactorily, our sober poet and the knight of our word, Muhammad Taha Al-Qaddal, after a sumptuous journey of giving, giving and great work.”
Many poets, writers and activists have mourned him through their social media pages.
Farewell to the poet of the homeland Muhammad Taha Al-Qaddal
We belong to God and to Him we shall return pic.twitter.com/eMYtAuC5ra
– koOla Max (O koO2la) July 4, 2021
May God have mercy on you, the poet Muhammad Taha Al-Qaddal.. 😭 pic.twitter.com/FNgZEamh6v
— MOHAMMED ELJACK (@MoELJACK) July 5, 2021
The homeland has lost a word
Today, a lamp was extinguished, lighting the way for us
He worships him with the most beautiful songs and ignites in our souls hope and patriotism
May God have mercy on Al-Qaddal and put him in peace pic.twitter.com/dts4qTn3wC
— Amel f abueissa (@AbueissaAmel) July 5, 2021
“After threatening orphans,
And distribute his life for days
I read you Surat Al-Wajib
Smile and name “
May God have mercy on the poet Muhammed Taha Al-Qaddal and put him in Aliyin pic.twitter.com/avxXLW3Bpp
— Ayman (@ayman_amin_) July 4, 2021
If true, we sang with sad tears
If tears of joy did not meet singing غ
Tomorrow we will go back to the merciful word
Why do our children’s eyes not long for defeat?
– قيقراوي🇸🇩 (@GigaRawi1) July 5, 2021
Who is Muhammad Taha Al-Qaddal?
The late Al-Qaddal is considered one of the most prominent Sudanese poets, and he was famous for his political and patriotic poetry.
Al-Qaddal was born in the village of Heliwa in the state of Al-Jazeera (central) in 1951. He graduated from the University of Khartoum, specializing in management. He also worked at the beginning of his career for Sudan National Television.
A number of Sudanese artists sang for the late, including the late artist Mustafa Sayed Ahmed and the “Iqd Al-Jallad” group.
Al-Qaddal has political positions that made him vulnerable to frequent arrests during the era of ousted President Omar al-Bashir because of his poetry condemning dictatorships and inciting revolution.
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Where many Sudanese artists sang the poems of Al-Qaddal, including the late artist Mustafa Sayed Ahmed, and the Iqd Al-Jallad group.
He presented many in the field of poetry and became famous through his poetry and he has many poetic verses that many Sudanese feel. The poems of Muhammad Taha Al-Qaddal Muhammad Taha Al-Qaddal. Encyclopedia of comprehensive documentation. The poems of Al-Qaddal.
The privacy of the poet Al-Qaddal
Al-Qaddal says about Al-Jazeera and about the specifics of his vocabulary: (I think Al-Jazeera has a great impact on my acquisition of this word… The state of Al-Jazeera.. A melting pot in which all races and tongues.. The whole of Sudan is in that region from which I came.. The Prime Time Zone there are united by one social and economic circumstance. From here came the language (private) of the island and (public) at the same time.
Al-Qaddal is considered one of the opponents of the dictatorial regimes that ruled Sudan, starting with the regime of the late former president Jaafar Nimeiri, passing through the defunct Muslim Brotherhood regime. On his Facebook page, he lit up a lot of darkness in the era of the former regime, and published many poems and quatrains that raised the revolutionary mood. Supporting all the gifts and protests led by our Prime Time Zone against the state of injustice and tyranny.
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