Arabic Cultural Forum in UK honours Arab community activists

The Arabic Cultural Forum in UK has held a ceremonial event earlier today in the British capital to honour some Arab activists from the Arab community living in London.


The Forum is held annually to honour the most remarkable creative Arabs who helped build bridges among Arabs in London.

The ceremony was attended by Libyan businessmen, Omar Muttawa, who is one of the supporters of the cultural dialogue among the Arab community in London.

Muttawa was awarded with a souvenir shield by the organizers, Ramadan Ben Zeer, the Chairman of the Forum and Malak Mustafa, the head of cultural office in the Forum.




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