“Let us work together to replace despair with HOPE, fear with human SECURITY and humiliation with DIGNITY”

Adib Abbasi

(1905 – 1997 AD = 1322 – 1418 AH)

Adib Abbasi was a poet and author from the town of Al-Husn in Jordan. He studied in Nazareth and joined “Dar Al-Mu’alimeen” in Jerusalem to learn the art of teaching. He then continued his higher studies at the American University in Beirut. He worked as an employee prior to becoming a teacher, a position he used to move between Palestine and Jordan. He excelled in science and literature as well as in writing poetry in Arabic and in English. He published his poems and articles in “Al-Muqtataf” (The Excerption), “Al-Hilal” (The Crescent), and “Al-Thakafa” (The Culture) magazines in Egypt. Among his remnants are “The Return of Luqman” (animal fables in philosophy), “Einstein in Scale,” “The Great Plot of Silence” and “The Right Way.”

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