Abu Risha, Umar
ABU RISHA, UMAR
One of the most influential literary figures in the Arab world, Umar Abu Risha was born in Aleppo. He studied at the American University of Beirut. He held several senior positions, including director of the National Library in Aleppo and ambassador of Syria to Brazil, India, and the United States. His literary talent earned him numerous orders of merit from Syria, Brazil, Argentina, Lebanon, and Vienna. Abu Risha's exquisite poetry echoes the beauty of nature and expresses a passion for freedom.
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