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Publications

Limatha Hiya... Limatha Houwa? tells the story of a little girl who has started to ask herself lots and lots of questions about the different observations she makes in her day to day life. “Why is the face of mom soft as silk while the face of dad tickles me with its beard and big moustache?...

By Assadeq Al-Nayhoum Islam Held Hostage is yet another controversial book by Assadeq Al-Nayhoum, a prominent Libyan writer and a fierce critic of Islamic orthodoxy who was best known for challenging the traditional Arab mindset and revolting against obsolete norms and cannons. The book, which...

Dr. Fandi Abou Fakhr’s book, which was recently released by Kutub, showcases a series of articles of the late Syrian journalist and politician Shukri Al-Asali. Abou Fakhr embarked on collecting the works written by Al-Asali under the Ottoman era and has been careful to arrange them in...

A Beautiful Thought tells the story of Adam who, according to his Arabic teacher, has difficulty expressing his thoughts both orally and in writing.

First published in 1989, Dr. Mohammad Amara’s Islam and the Philosophy of Governance was reissued in its fourth edition in 2013 by Dar Al-Shourouk. The book sheds light on the ideology of political Islam at a time when debate is heating up between Islamists and secularists over pan-Arabism, the...

How is Life Out There? recounts the ordeal of a little boy who lost his mother when Israel bombed the building where his family and neighbors were gathered. Only the boy, his aunt and his cousin survived. His father, a soldier who used to point weapons at the enemy, was registered as ‘missing’...

​Dr. Joseph Hatem who spent his life as a biologist and worked as a consultant for the World Health Organization, did not want the budding generations to forget their roots. For that, he decided to transform his fondness for stamp collecting from a hobby to a full-fledged professional pursuit,...

​I Dislike is a children’s book depicting the story of little Noura who is of school age yet still dislikes to do the simplest little things asked from her. She never misses a chance to whine over minor stuff such as having to wake up, wash her face and comb her hair or any other daily routines...

It is more than evident that poet and author Henry Zougheib has a profligate curiosity about literature. Driven by his passion and relish for unearthing the mysteries and memories that shape the life and career of many Lebanese intellectuals and pioneers of art and literature, Zougheib embarks on...

It is undisputed that Fairouz and the Rahbani Brothers, Assi and Mansour, have made an indelible mark on the entire music scene of Lebanon and the Arab world with an impressive repertoire of songs and music plays.