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[15 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 138 views]

In his novel “Chased away”, Jabbour Douaihy stirs the pains of those who witnessed the war and remember most of its beginning. But the novel’s significance remains that who does not fully belong to a Lebanese community is doomed to be rootless and rejected throughout his life, however short or long.

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[12 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 149 views]

A novel like a shot from a pistol. Read this novel’s first page, and the passion will lead you to inevitably read on, full speed, your eyes driven on the lines in pursuit of the events.

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[12 Dec 2010 | No Comment | 95 views]

L’Orient Littéraire, Beirut, Lebanon reviews Douaihy’s latest novel.
A portion of it is translated with Goole translate – full French review is found below.

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[10 Oct 2010 | No Comment | 89 views]

Terrorist no.20, by Muriel Steinmetz for L’Humanité

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[10 Oct 2010 | No Comment | 291 views]

Abdullah lights Marlboros one after the other, in a restaurant in Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia. A few years ago, he would have thought himself doomed for smoking just one. He also would’ve beaten up anyone refusing to put his cigarette off before him. This was the time when Abdullah righted the wrongs

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[10 Oct 2010 | No Comment | 232 views]

Beside its inherent literary quality, this books presents the main interest of being the work of a writer of Arabic language, borne in the country that gave birth to Al-Qaeda.