Ameen Rihani Organization
"... However, there is another method, other than revolution, which is that of natural evolution, or rather the intellectual method with all its modes of education and up-bringing."
Ameen Rihani, 1925
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Great site.. but it pains me to see another Lebanese titan being hijacked by a culturally and intellectually bankrupt Arabism. Granted, Rihani was a champion of linguistic "Arabism", and toiled all his life to melt the Middle East's diverse peoples into a supra-Arab identity; still, he must be tormented by what an intolerant, narrow-minded and obscurantist ideology Arabism has become. Rihani is Lebanese and a bequest of Lebanon's national genius! As any good Lebanese merchant, he curried favor from the Arabs for financial expediency, but he was NEVER an "Arab".
         

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I would really like to congratulate the people behind this website. It has been a pleasure for me to know that great Lebanese people such as Ameen Rihani are having an organization after them to preserve their rights. I hope other great people do the same too.
     

I have admired Rihani's work for a long time. Recently I wrote another biography of Abdul Aziz ibn Abdur Rahman ibn Faisal ibn Turki as Saud to add a tenth to the nine already published in English about the man whom I met in 1939. I would like to quote several comments in Rihani's 1928 book about Ibn Saud titled: "Ibn Sa'oud of Arabia: His People and His Land" republished in 1983 by Constable. I am told by Constable that the rights to this book are now in the hands of Ameen Albert Rihani, c/o the International College PO Box 11-0236 Beirut Lebanon. Do you know of any more easily accessible address for Mr. Rihani than the ordinary post? I am prepared to pay for the privilege of using these short quotations, but must state that the book is dry and will enjoy no commercial success. It will be published for download online only. The thesis is a critique of the inferences of previous writers concerning the king's motives amd inaccuracies regarding his conduct You have my E-mail address above if a more rapid means of communicating with Mr. Rihani is available...
     
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