A Book Not to Read: The Book of Mirdad by Mikhail Naimeh

Book blue cover with title The Book of Mirdad

“Millions of people have tried to write books so that they can express the inexpressible, but they have utterly failed. I know only one book, The Book of Mirdad, which has not failed; and if you cannot get to the very essence of it, it will be your failure, not his.” Osho I wanted to […]

The Road of the Lebanese Immigrant Walter Muller Moujir

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South America is an established hotspot for the Lebanese diaspora; Argentina alone boasts 1.5 million of them. Immigration to the country began in the 19th century and has continued, fostering a bona fide bond between the Middle Eastern country and its South American counterpart. As Walter Muller Moujir, an Argentinian of Lebanese descent says, “All […]

A POET WHO WRITES WITH THE “NADA” (DEW) OF HER EYES Nada Ounsi Alhaj

Article by Sana Matraji Usually, people fear the wind. For Nada, it is where she meets her beloved ones. Why not! The obvious is touchable, the obscure is sensed. She is the one, resurrected by truth, sensing completeness and wholeness. As the light penetrates her, she becomes an icon… We stand in awe before her […]