From the Introduction:
Letters to Dali is the book I’ve always dreamed of writing. It is a collection of letters meant to be easily read. Each letter covers a topic I believe has had an impact on our lives as Arabs living in the Middle East. And as Lebanese who have suffered, but did not learn, from the terrible consequences of civil war.
The letters’ main purpose is to send a simple message: no one idea or person holds the ultimate truth. Truth, as portrayed by politicians and the clergy, as a path to follow, to die or kill for, is not truth. It is a means to an endtheir means and their end. On their path the individual becomes a helpless tool. It is this individual for whom Letters to Dalia is written. This individual can be anyone.
About Hani Soubra
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Published April 30, 2010
by Easton Studio Press.
Political & Social Sciences.