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Sultan Theater in Spanish

The theatrical works of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, are well known by the international theater audience. They are known in Sweden, Madrid, Romania, France, Italy, Moscow, and other international and historical stages. These stages have seen the exhibition of the most prominent public and elitist artworks in the global theater heritage. Sultan's humanitarian theater in this European cultural space was in Arabic, which was translated to convey the ideas of the performances and their cultural and artistic value to the European audience.

The theatrical text written by His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi has also been translated into many languages: Russian, English, German, Bengali, Urdu, India, Polish, but this time all the theatrical works of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah were transferred to the Spanish language, which is lyrical, flexible shared by Europe, South and North Latin America, the language of Andalusian Lorca, and the language of cocoa, banana, cinnamon and cloves scent in Caribbean literature. It is also the language of the global "noblia" human novel, relative to the "Nobel" prize, which went to many writers of the world who established their literary glory on Spanish.

Just as the Spanish language is the language of literature, especially novel and poetry, it is also the language of theater, the language of life, the language of singing and original music with roots that are not far from Arab soil, and Arab and Islamic culture.

All the theatrical works of His Highness Sheikh Dr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi were transferred to Spanish, the official language of 22 countries in the world and it is spoken by 567 million people, and in the spirit of Spanish the spirit of Castilian and Andalusia goes back to us we Arabs, the owners of our own divan from among the peoples of the world, which is a divan Arabs. And in the theatrical works of His Highness the Ruler of Sharjah, there is an authentic Arabic history, novels, literature and rhetoric of poetic origin that is identical to Spanish poetry, whether it is an ancient traditional poetry, or it is contemporary poetry