In the middle of the Arab Spring, the Arab world’s largest book market is a place where many people are becoming authors, not just scholars.
This is not the case with the Arab-language literature of the Middle East, which was historically the domain of the clergy, as it is today.
Many of the most popular books are translated by people who come from the Middle Eastern diaspora.
These are not academics.
They are people who have never lived in the Arab diasporas.
They have never seen a Muslim community in their lives, and they have never studied with the communities they work with.
Some of them have studied for decades, and the vast majority have never written anything about them.
Many have never been exposed to Arabic culture, so they can’t write about it.
And they are usually not even allowed to write in Arabic, because the only language they can understand is the Arabic of their families and friends.
I spoke with one of them, a young man from a poor village in the northern countryside of Jordan who gave me his real name.
He lives in a village with a few dozen families.
He is studying in a university, and he has never been to school in his life.
I asked him about his family’s history and why he is now an author.
He explained that he is from the village of Arba, which is about five kilometers from the Jordanian capital.
He had a very long and difficult childhood.
The family had a bad reputation among the villagers, and there were many disputes between them.
A number of the villagers decided to join the resistance, and when the military attacked the village, they had to flee.
They moved to a military camp in Jordan, but the camp was not very nice, and in the middle was a place called Arba Village.
In the village there were no books, so the villagers had to make do with what they had.
A young man came up to him and said, “You know that I want to be a writer, so I want you to tell me about your family.”
He explained what his parents were like, and what his family had suffered during the war.
“The war was horrible, but my parents didn’t complain,” he said.
“We were lucky because my parents were able to survive. “
My parents had jobs and a place to live. “
We were lucky because my parents were able to survive.
My parents had jobs and a place to live.
I never learned to read or write. “
At the time, I was eight years old, so it was very hard for me.
I never learned to read or write.
I used to watch television and read, but then I stopped because I was afraid of what would happen to me if I didn to read a book again.”
He said that he learned to speak Arabic at the age of 12, but he said he never studied Arabic at school because he was afraid he would lose his education.
“You need to have your identity hidden from the outside world, and that is what I did,” he explained.
“After the war ended, I didn´t go to school, because my father said that I had to learn to read.
I studied Arabic for three years, and I could speak it, but I could not read.
When I came to study, I could read, because in the books I could find a few words that I could use.
I was still a child, and it was difficult to read because I could never write.”
I asked the young man how he was going to deal with this.
He told me, “I am going to study Arabic to become a teacher.”
And so, he was born.
He grew up as a Palestinian refugee and then became a doctor in Jordan.
He was a doctor who never had to study.
I told him about the Arab scholars, who had always said that if a child were to grow up in the diasperes and not read, they would have no future in the world.
I said that the world would never be changed by someone who is only interested in studying.
“It is the same for everyone,” he answered.
“When you go to a school, you will be surrounded by a small circle of people who do not speak Arabic, and you will only know the language of those around you.
I would like to know if you would like a job like that, because it will be a life in a different world.
But it is hard to find someone who will listen to you.
If a person is willing to study,” I said, pointing at the young scholar, “he is someone who can