The lawyer and lebanese writer Alexandre Najjar, to whom we owe The Novel of Beirut or the biography of the famous Khalil Gibran, the author of the Prophet, was in his office, Tuesday, in Beirut, when the terrible explosions have ravaged his city. Faced with the drama, this writer engaged, a pillar of The East literary and courageous defender of the culture and freedom in a country that he loves, but he also dares to look you in the eyes, denounces the carelessness of a political class that is corrupt, today, must be accountable to the Lebanese. To The Point, he tells what he has experienced, discusses the... Article reserved to subscribers
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Updated Date: 05 August 2020, 13:33