is a Syrian poet, born in Damascus in 1956. He lived in Beirut since 1981, then Cyprus and, since 1986, London working as a journalist. He established Al-Katiba [The Woman Writer] literary magazine, publishing 14 issues. Now living in UAE, he is editor of a classic Arabic travel writing series. He has published many collections of poetry.




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