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This is fascinating! I was very impressed and learned a lot from this site. I am doing a research paper on Rihani and this helped me out alot.
This site is very educational and was helpful to me. It was really interesting too. Thank you!
Ameen Rihani was a pioneer for his litrary and political contributions to the arab world. We need people like Rihani to shake up the stagnation that dwells within the Arab world.
It's a great site and I hope that you get more visitors on this page.
I found your website on a teacher's program and am very interested in Arab literature. My husband is from Lebanon and I am always interested in learning all about his culture. I have read books by other Arabic authors and books about Lebanon.
Your web site was great! I liked it... So keep it up.
I have always thought that the Arab language was romantic. I now have a new found love for literary works and I give thanks to your site. Thank you for bringing Rihani's works to my attention. I know that a lot of Arab stories might have been lost if not for his works. I think this site will be benefical to a lot of people, and many will give thanks for supporting the Arab literary works and contributions.
I think that this is quite marvelous!
I offer my gratitude to you for providing such an insightful web site, which has introduced me to the life and works of Ameen Rihani. I assure you that I shall pursue a better understanding of the thoughts and writings of this very accomplished man who sought to bridge the gap between two very different worlds. (I learned of your subject from a link on Educast.com)
It's a great thing what you are doing for Arabic literature. By supporting Ameen Rihani, you support the worldwide Arabic community.
I think he is an individual who initiated change. What Rihani has done is very beneficial for generations to come. I admire his work!
GREAT SITE! Really impressed!
I own "The Book of Khalid". I would like to donate it to your collection. I am going to Lebanon in September.
Great site. Ameen Rigani is a great man with a great mind. I love his work and I thank you for making it available for the world to see.
Congratulations on this important event; the donation of Ameen Rihani works to the Library of Congress.
My family joins the rest of your well wishers in offering the Ameen Rihani Museum and the Rihani Family our warmest regards and expressing our pride to read this marvelous work of our countryman.
May God Bless you and Lebanon.
With great pride and pleasure, I salute you on a very informative and well done job.
I enjoyed this web site and I think you have done a good job to make the Lebanese literature available to everyone.
Good job and keep up the good work.
Just wanted to congratulate you! It's a really cool page!! I love Ameen Rihani's work!!
Are you gonna post some of his essays in English or Arabic? Do you know any other sites that posted his writings? Keep it up!!
Warm welcome to Alnemat Arabic Christian Internet Magazine - We love you! Please visit us.
Very nice work! Good luck and keep going.
I have always heared of Mr. Rihani but never knew of his intensive work. We actually linked to this site through Gibran Khalil's web page. We are very proud of our cousin from Lebanon. Keep up the good work. This is a great site!
I enjoyed the picture of Ameen Rihani.
I enjoyed signing your guestbook.
Excellent site! I was wondering, was Ameen a Muslim or Christian? Can anyone help me out on this?
I think this is the best way for people to meet who the real Ameen Rihani was and always will be.
Hi! This is the first time I have heard about Ameen but I think his work seems very intersting, so I will continue to read his work and learn more about him. Keep up the good work. This page is very nice...
I would like to congratulate you on a great educational site about Ameen Rihani. I have learned a great deal from this site. MABROUK!!
Good homepage! It just needs some more pictures.
It's a good recognition to have this home page about the great Arabic writer Ameen Al-Rihani, who saved in his works alot of Arab histories and remarkable analysis of Arab leaders.
This is a very fine page. Americans are ignorant of the great Lebanese & Arabian literature. This page offers an insight into the true genius of a great and ancient people. We would all do well to learn from them & their culture. It is sad that we are taught that their only contribution to the world is OIL!
I would like to know if "Muluk" has any meaning? Our orients are from south of Turkey, very close to the Syrian border.
I am also very interested in "Muluk-ul Arab".
Thanks for understanding.
I hope this page will be an example to similar cultural sites about our part of the world. We have great people, a great history, and for once let us concentrate on our positives.
Ameen Rihani, like many great Lebanese men, has marked the Arabic heritage with his everlasting works.
Ameen el-Rihani, one of the great Lebanese intellectuals, our great land of Lebanon has begotten. We congratulate you a lot on this amazing website, hoping that we'll always have Lebanese men like Ameen el-Rihani.
LONG LIVE LEBANON.
We have founded a group called the "Arab Theatrical Arts Guild" (ATAG). This is a non-profit performing arts organization which will provide productions in both Arabic and English with a focus on Arab/American issues and content.
As our group matures, we will be interested in reviewing some of Ameen's plays for possible future production. I am the president of A.T.A.G., and we can be reached at:
ATAG (313) 563-4126
Dearborn, Michigan 48128
Gre at Web site (ATAG could use one of these!) - for a great man.
I have not known about Ameen Rihani's life and work until now. I thought we, in Lebanon, only have one giant, Gibran. With this short biography and reading the webpage on Rihani, I just have to say that we have two giants in Lebanon. I will look for Rihani's books and I will share them with other Lebanese in the Dominican Republic as well as other Dominican citizens.
This website was one of only two to turn up in my search for information on the Lebanese poet Khalil Hawi (1925 - 1982). The English translation of his poem "Lazarus 1962" has deeply influenced my life and thoughts. I have read one interpretive essay on this poem by Mssrs. Adnan Haydar and Michael Beard, and my hope is to find essays/critiques representing other viewpoints. The poet and the power of his work deserve greater recognition in the Western world. Assistance from anyone, anywhere will be appreciated immensely.
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.
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