Arab stories, books, poems, and more

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This is a true story of a hybrid girl living in a threshold, not knowing how to balance her life as a mixed Arab/European girl. Her story unfolds now. Read More

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Love and loss and abuse. There's no better way to explain it I guess. Read More

Article / Other

September 06, 2015

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Criticizing the situation in Lebanon. Read More
A story about the war in Yemen. Read More

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A foreign mother is being forced by her Kuwaiti son to go propose to his secret girlfriends mother. Confused and desperate, the mother hasn't a clue about the Arabic cultural norms when it comes to marriage... Read More
An arab hero who saved a little girl from a violent dog!! Read More

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Beautiful lands, home of the even more beautiful Aleayah. Chris is visiting the vast lands of Arabia a journey which holds much importance to him not only will it help his business flourish, it will bring back unwanted memories of his first and only broken heart. Holding a massive hatred… Read More

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This piece is about my traumatic experience when I went for a visit to my country in the middle east. Nothing's really been the same since then. A lot of people hate on Arabs because they generalize that we are all terrorists. We are NOT. I honestly don't care if… Read More
A short poem on the everyday massacre in Gaza Strip Palestine Read More
Watchman Journal part 5 Boycott Israel products? Are you sure? Read this first. Read More
A poem about the Mad Poet of the Cthulhu Mythos. Read More
An analysis on the future of Israel, the Palestinians, and Israel's place in the region. Read More

Poem / War and Military

November 20, 2012

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A short poem about the Arab Spring of 2011 Read More
The Syrian people are living under dictatorship for the last six decades. First Hafeez Al Assad ruled over this nation for more than forty years, after whose death, the power was taken over by his son the present dictator Bashar Al Assad. Political opponents of the Assad dynasty were either… Read More
At turns heartbreaking and diabolically funny, Journey to Virginland is an avant-garde tour de force, delivered by a master storyteller. The protagonist, a loutish and uber-cerebral antihero known simply as Dog, takes on the challenge to navigate the perilous paradigm shifts of our age, determined to find his proper place… Read More

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A man lost in the desert, fading away, until finally three women out of no where come across the horizon and accompany him for a while. Read More

Book / Thrillers

January 13, 2012

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The streets of Vienna: A handsome Kuwaiti walks up and introduces himself to Mormon missionary Kevin "Red" Davis. A week later the U.S. President is dead, the Vice President in a coma. Chaos reigns as the Supreme Court overturns the Presidential Succession Act of 1947, and a power struggle ensues.… Read More
Democracy or Authoritarian state? It doesn't really matter when it comes to protests. Insight into recent protests, including the Arab Spring and Occupy Wall St. Read More

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A story of a teenage Arab boy who struggles with existential questions during the greatest upheaval his country has seen in recent history. Read More
This story contains violence and warfare. I recommend it is not read by anybody under the age of 11.
Based in 24th Century Yemen, the oil industry has taken a huge uprising after a large oil lake is discovered in Yemen. There is one problem, however. It is lead… Read More

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Ahmad's father lost after the war on Iraq. Ahmad don't stop searching his father. Read More
This letter is duly written by Abu Muhammad Jamal bin Ammar al-Ahmar, descendant of Bani al-Ahmar, kings of Andalusia to Juan Carlos, monarch of the Spanish people. Read More
This is my translation of a short story in Arabic by the contemporary UAE writer Baasema Younes. Read More
Based on a true-life story. It's actually an essay I had to do for my school. Kindly rate... any suggestions, comments, etc are most welcome. Thanks a ton! Read More

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