Ameen Rihani Organization
"Virtue, once bragged about, once you pride yourself upon it, ceases to be such."
Ameen Rihani, 1911
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I'm very, very glad to see that the site is growing. I really love to read Ameen's works, but I can only read it in Russian or English. I'm originally from Russia, now live in US, and I'm very interested in Eastern cultures (mostly Arabic & Indian). I learned about Ameen only 1.5 years ago in Russia since my Dagestanian friend was reading his book (Selected Works) in the Russian language. He is just an amazing philosopher!!! I wish I could read his works in the Arabic language. I wasn't able to find many sites about Rihani (unfortunately), so I hope this site is going to be bigger & bigger every year!!! Shukran!!
         

This site is very educational and was helpful to me. It was really interesting too. Thank you!
                 

Good site layout!
   

Nice site!!
                               

I enjoyed the picture of Ameen Rihani.
             

Good homepage! It just needs some more pictures.
               

We have founded a group called the "Arab Theatrical Arts Guild" (ATAG). This is a non-profit performing arts organization which will provide productions in both Arabic and English with a focus on Arab/American issues and content.

As our group matures, we will be interested in reviewing some of Ameen's plays for possible future production. I am the president of A.T.A.G., and we can be reached at:
ATAG (313) 563-4126
1420 Dacosta
Dearborn, Michigan 48128
U.S.A.

Gre at Web site (ATAG could use one of these!) - for a great man.
   

This website was one of only two to turn up in my search for information on the Lebanese poet Khalil Hawi (1925 - 1982). The English translation of his poem "Lazarus 1962" has deeply influenced my life and thoughts. I have read one interpretive essay on this poem by Mssrs. Adnan Haydar and Michael Beard, and my hope is to find essays/critiques representing other viewpoints. The poet and the power of his work deserve greater recognition in the Western world. Assistance from anyone, anywhere will be appreciated immensely.
   
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