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Al Mustaqbal November 26, Qljadid explains that it all begins with al-thaqfa al-rasmiyyah, which can mean official culture, state sponsored culture, or the culture of the establishment.

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First Articles in arabic about the cultural revolution in the US — Europe. Arab 48 November 25, Jarah invites the reader beyond the editing rooms of these newspapers or even their editorial meetings where they decide who is worthy of being reviewed and covered, taking the reader all the way to the inner workings of the editors’ minds, using their lingo or jargon that describes their decisions.

While he seems nostalgic about early generations of Arab poets like Badr Shakir al-Sayyab and others, he acknowledges the talent of many worthy modern poets; aljadie love for poetry led him to publish and edit a quarterly fully committed to poetry, called Al Qassidaaljadidd Poem.

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An editor working in London makes the same sljadid as his counterpart in Beirut, easily following his basic, primitive personal and sectarian impulses, laying to rest the naive assumption that freedom from censorship and oppression, and for that matter even from want, guarantees an enlightened and bright future for Arab culture, whether in poetry or literary criticism in general.

The rush to translate Arab poetry into European languages, particularly English, has compounded the problems already afflicting modern writing.

Much of the criticism in the Arab press, particularly of poetry, has the smell of bargaining and wheeling and dealing, says Jarah. Masress October 31, Niemeyer 4 Ever High Resolution. Clearly, Jarah does not accept the thesis of a “poetry retreat” or a declined interest in poetry.

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Arab News November, Jarah draws some conclusions from his hard examination of the poetic scene. Lobnan October 24, Emarat Alyoum November 22, Searchable by Dateand or by title keywords Khiyam November 21, This venture marked the first and last advanced commercial book publishing in the Arab world, rotating 16 books every month and covering the entire map of the Arab world. Euro News November 21, Most disorienting is the fact that Arab cultural activities annahzr the same traditions, whether editors and critics or poets are working in Beirut and Amman or in London and Paris.

In parallel, Beirut Governor Judge Ziad Chebib tasked municipal authorities to inspect the club and file their recommendation to the government. Euronews Arabic October 24, Liban News November 23, Amnesty law to be adopted soon.

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Al Dawra Al Iktisadiya November, Neither Discotek management nor the Cirque Le Soir management was aware aljaadid the individual actions of the performers. Search this Guide Search.

Femme Agenda November, Middle East Watch Contributions of journalists, academics and activits e. El Wehda October 24, Lord of the Arts High Resolution.

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Saida City October 24, News Telegraph November 22, Discotek posted a public apology on their official Facebook page stating that they were unaware of the actions of the Cirque Le Soir dancers.

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N Dawa October 31, Al Arab Al Youm October 25, Online News Sources Online news from international sources: We published popular romantic and historic books for a trans-Arab readership translated from English.

Jarah takes issue with some of the other excuses for this predicament, including the notion that the intellectual has fallen victim to “popular culture,” as annzhar as what he calls the game of the “margin,” “marginalized,” and “marginalization. The manipulative decisions of the Arab press editors and the critics distorts the cultural scene, both in the homeland and in the diaspora.