On Tuesday, July 12th, 2016, Mr. Khaled Mufleh, Acting Director of the Public Relations Department at An-Najah inaugurated an exhibition on Bosnia’s heritage, identity and history which was organized by the International Youth Exchange Programme (Zajel).
The exhibition aimed at introducing An-Najah students to Bosnia and Herzegovina ancient and contemporary history, traditions, folklore and the ware that lead to the breakup of Yugoslavia two decades ago.
The exhibition also aimed at promoting international communication between the Palestinian and the Bosnian cultures and introducing life in Bosnia after the Dayton Peace Accords.
Volunteer Sedenia Senovich from Bosnia briefed the students on life in Bosnia through a photo gallery.
The exhibition is part of Zajel’s International Summer Camp which will be over two weeks and includes volunteers from Bosnia, the USA, Canada, the UK, France, Italy and Spain. The camp aims at promoting international communication between An-Najah students and their counterparts from international universities.