|Lebanon Sites (46 - 60 of 86)|
Khalil Gibran Website
Khalil Gibran's fan site covering general information. Biography, books, poems and more.
Albert Hourani - Wikipedia
Information about Albert Hourani, a Lebanese writer and teacher.
Butrus al-Bustani - Wikipedia
Information about Butrus al-Bustani, a Lebanese notable Arab writer and scholar.
Ahmad Faris Shidyaq - Wikipedia
Information about Ahmad Faris Shidyaq, a Lebanese scholar, writer and journalist, considered to be one of the founding fathers of modern Arabic Literature.
Amin Al-Rihani - Wikipedia
Information about Amin al-Rihani, famous Lebanese writer lived in USA.
Nahla Chahal - Wikipedia
Information about Nahla Chahal, a Lebanese writer, journalist, researcher, activist. One of the leaders of the Organization of Communist Action of Lebanon and member of the Lebanese Communist Party.
Muhammad Jaber al-Safa - Wikipedia
Information about Muhammad Jaber al-Safa, a Lebanese historian and writer from the Lebanese region of Jabal Amel.
Giuseppe Luigi Assemani - Wikipedia
Information about Giuseppe Luigi Assemani, a Lebanese orientalist and Professor of Oriental languages at Rome.
Hanan al-Shaykh - Wikipedia
Information about Hanan al-Shaykh, a Lebanese author of contemporary Arab women's literature.
Ghassan Tueni - Wikipedia
Information about Ghassan Tueni, a Lebanese parliament member and publisher of An-Nahar newspaper, the father of assassinated Lebanese politician and journalist Gebran Tueni.
IMDb Profiles - Rodney El Haddad
Presents brief biography and film credits for the Lebanese writer Rodney El Haddad.
Arkan Simaan - Wikipedia
Information about Arkan Simaan, a Lebanese Brazilian French historian of science and a novelist.
Edward Atiyah - Wikipedia
Information about Edward Atiyah, a Lebanese secretary of the Arab League office in London, best known for his 1946 autobiography An Arab Tells His Story, and his 1955 book The Arabs.
Giuseppe Simone Assemani - Wikipedia
Information about Giuseppe Simone Assemani, a Lebanese orientalist, titular archbishop of Tyre and librarian of the Vatican library.
Miguel Casiri - Wikipedia
Information about Miguel Casiri, a Lebanese Spanish employer in the royal library at Madrid, published a work entitled Bibliotheca Arabico-Hispana Escurialensis.