Abu-Rabi', Ibrahim M.
March 2002
Arab Studies Quarterly;Spring/Summer2002, Vol. 24 Issue 2/3, p129
Academic Journal
Presents several poems. 'Only Through Your Love Can We Survive'; 'To the Children of Afghanistan'; 'Who Will Weep for Palestine?'; 'To the Martyrs of the Jenine Refugee Camp.'


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