الوقائع الغريبة في اختفاء سعيد أبي النحس المتشائل الكتاب الأول يعاد

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  • Title: الوقائع الغريبة في اختفاء سعيد أبي النحس المتشائل الكتاب الأول يعاد
  • Author: Emile Habiby إميل حبيبي
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  • Page: 423
  • Format: Paperback
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  • Emile Habiby إميل حبيبي

    Also Emile Habibi Arabic Habibi Habiby was an Palestinian Christian writer and politician.He was born in today s Israel, which at that time was part of the British Mandate of Palestine Born in to a Protestant Palestinian Arab family his family had originally been Arab Orthodox but converted to Protestantism due to disputes within the Orthodox church In his early life he worked on an oil refinery and later was a radio announcer Under the Mandate he became one of the leaders of the Palestine communist party When the 1948 Arab Israeli War began in 1948 he stayed in Haifa while many others chose or were forced to leave the country As a result he was granted Israeli citizenship After the war he helped to create The Israeli communist party and established the Israeli communist paper Al Ittihad He stayed in Haifa his whole life His gravestone reads on Habibi s own request Emile Habibi Remained in Haifa Habibi received the Al Quds Prize from the PLO Two years later in 1992 he received the Israel Prize for Arabic literature His willingness to accept both reflected his belief in coexistence Though after accepting the Israel Prize a debate set off among the Arabic intellectual community Habibi was accused of legitimating the Israel anti Arabic policy Habibi replied to the accusations A dialogue of prizes is better than a dialogue of stones and bullets, he said It is indirect recognition of the Arabs in Israel as a nation This is recognition of a national culture It will help the Arab population in its struggle to strike roots in the land and win equal rights.

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