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This web page is very interesting and I hope a lot of people stumble upon it the same way I luckily did.
An amazing web page! It would be more complete if there was an arabic version.
Wonderful site... God Bless.
The Rihani Saga is one of a kind. It is somewhat unique. Ameen F. Rihani left an appreciable amount of his works unpublished, unclassified, unheard of, mostly handwritten. It took a vigorously enterprising brother, Albert F. Rihani and after him his children Ameen, May, Ramzi and Sarmad, to undertake the gigantic task of researching, classifying, analyzing, putting together the unpublished part of Ameen Rihani's works. They have all participated, each in his or her own way, in enhancing the legacy of Ameen Rihani. This effort is still faithfully and persistently continuing. The enrihani.org">Ameen Rihani Home Page on the Internet, is the addition of another jewel to the crown. An illustration of the ongoing effort is the recent redesign of the site.
Well done my dear ones!
Keep up the good work.
God bless you all.
This homepage is a masterpiece which Rihani admirers will admire, and from which non-admirers will learn to admire Ameen Rihani. It is an achievement which deserves a standing ovation from the admirers of the Rihanis who created it. Well done Uncle Albert! This site is certainly built on your foundations. To the Rihanis with admiration.
Through my uncles and aunt, Ramzi, Ameen, Sarmad and May, I got to know and admire one of my relatives, who has visited my grandparents here in Merida, Mexico, in 1914. I read some of his work and I think it is great.
I am glad to find that this great, but mostly unknown (in the West) writer has such a beautiful site. One of my favorites. Thanks.
It is a great webpage.......well done!
It's great that the world now has a chance to discover this great author. Keep up the good work!
Excellent site! We need to know more about the contributions, past and present, of those of Arab Descent.
Very intresting site. I am looking for his works in the library.
I was greatly privileged during my early years in Beirut to be a neighbor and a close friend of Ameen Rihani's nephews & neice: Amin, Ramzi, Sarmad and May. During this period, I have frequently visited their beautiful village home and their Uncle's lovely museum in Freike, overlooking the spectacular mountains of Lebanon. In those years I have learned a lot about this giant writer & poet, firstly from my own father, and later during my school years at I.C. in Beirut. The works of Ameen Rihani have contributed a wealth of priceless volumes to many generations of Arabs, a source of pride to all of us. This web site reflects the work of a great man whose writings have added richness to Arabic literature through the magic of his pen. God bless his soul.
Great page!... Rihani and Gibran show the strength of Eastern philosophy as opposed to simplistic Western thought.
I am very happy finding this home page because I am working on a research about Mahjar literature. This is really useful. But it would be better if there would be other home pages for other Mahjar poets, especially Mikhail Naimy, whom I am working on.
When you read more, you learn more about people, life, education and religion.
I actually found this page thru CyberSurfari 97.
I found it to be very interesting. I did not know of this writer's existence until just now. I will be sure to look up and read some of his works.
I learned many interesting things from this homepage.
I have Rihani Pride!!! I come from Jordan!!
My schoolfriend is named Khalid and I want to tell him about Mr. Rihani. I also have a friend named Bassem from Lebanon who must know about this work.
We are playing CyberSurfari and we are supposed to get a password or something. Just thought we'd let you know our trials and tribulations!!!
Thanks for participating in CyberSurfari!
I'm a student of Arabic Language at the University of Sassari. My teacher has written a thesis on Rihani and has introduced me to Rihani's works. I hope to visit in the future the city of Beirut and Rihani's Museum. I believe this is a very important site, complete and very well organizated.
Very informative site. Thanks!
Very interesting whole life
Enjoyed your site! Informative.
Arrived from FreeRide.com via CyberSurfari '97
Hi... As a beginner writer, do you have any advice for me?
Just to say hello to his nephew Amine.
Trying to play CyberSurfari '97. Had never heard of Ameen Rhihani.
Very interesting and informative site.
It is wonderful to surf a home page for this artist. Thank you very much.
When I read Rihani's works I feel proud to be Lebanese.
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