|books in arabic
|Kadiyyat Lubnan al-Wataniyyat wal-Dimukratiyyat
Dar al-Taliaat 1978
A book written in memory of Kamal Joumblat and dedicated to the Lebanese National Movement, regrouping articles published in "Al-Hourriyyat" magazine from 1973 to 1976, on the principal events related to the Lebanese Civil War, telling about it from the Lebanese National Movement's point of view.
|Sourat al-Fata bil-Ahmar: Ayyam fil-Silm wal-Harb
A Portrait of the Young Man in Red: Chronicles of Peace and War
Riad el-Rayyes Books 1997
A book on a political itinerary covering a long period of time focusing on principal events of the modern Arad History written as a memoir of an adventurer going from place to place, and from time to time.
|Al-Imam al-mughayyab Musa al-Sadr wa-shiat Lubnan
Dar al-Andalus publ 1987
The story of Musa al-Sadr, the spiritual leader of Lebanon’s Shi’a community, who disappeared mysteriously in the summer of 1978, and the analysis of his past, who he was, his personal Shi’a doctrine, his role within Lebanon’s warring factions, and the reason behind his disappearance.
|Rafeeq al-Hareeri wa-qadar Lubnan
Saqi Books 2006
This book is about Lebanon’s former prime minister self-made billionaire Rafiq Hariri’s assassination declared by the United Nations Security Council as an international terrorist act with critical consequences on the regional as well as on the international level. The author describes Hariri’s rise from a modest fruit picker to a construction magnate in Saudi Arabia, and prime minister of Lebanon for ten years, and gives an in-depth analysis of the Hariri years.
Al-Markaz al-Thaqafi al-Arabi 2005
About the assassination of Lebanon’s former prime minister Rafic Hariri.
|Hizbullah: al-siyasa w-al-deen
An analysis of democracy, notably of the electoral systems as well as of the structures of parliamentary democracies.
|Tareekh Lubnan al-hadeeth
Riad al-Rayyes Books 2006
The first comprehensive history of Lebanon in the modern period, based on previously inaccessible archives, written by a leading Lebanese scholar.