Jubra’il (Jubran) bin Michael Futeh was a writer and academic from Nazareth, Palestine. He taught some of the best writers in literature of that time, including Mikha’il Na’ima, Abd el-Maseeh Haddad, Anton Ballan, Ni’ma Al-Sabbagh and Salim Qub’ain. In addition to teaching at the Russian Seminary in Nazareth, Futeh worked as an Arabic teacher at the Arab Orthodox Charitable Society in Beirut, Lebanon. Among his notable works include a book in Arabic entitled Explanation of Arabic Prosody and Rhymes, a play entitled Between Angels and Hell and several translations including Merope and Doctor Fraud.
Yasmeen Serhan 2016-10-24T07:36:17+00:00 July 6th, 2015|