Butrous Al-Bustani was an author and bishop. He served as an Archbishop of the Maronites in Lebanon and was also a student of the Ain Waraka Maronite school. Al-Bustani was well-versed in doctrinal and religious sciences and was known for his teachings in law and ordinances. He was appointed by Patriarch Bulous Massad to write his secrets until he was appointed bishop in 1866, at which time he went to Rome. Among his famous works include the book Tarikh Al-Jazzar (The Butcher’s History).