Announcing: The Arab American Almanac, 6th edition
Now Available in Hard or Soft Covers
The Arab American Almanac, 6th edition, is a 608-page comprehensive reference book about Arab Americans. It is published by The News Circle Publishing House of Glendale, California, and sponsored by the Arab American Historical Foundation.
“The purpose of this reference book is to provide accurate and practical reference sources about Arab Americans, while acknowledging its heritage and perpetuating their culture, history and society,” announced Joseph R. Haiek, publisher. It is worth noting, that the word “Almanac” is an Arabic word, meaning weather or state of condition. The Almanac includes twelve chapters: Arab American history, Arab contributions to world civilization, the Kahlil Gibran literary group, organizations, religious institutions, the press, Who’s Who among Arab Americans, profiles of the Arab world and the U.S.A., Arab American achievements and contributions, Arabic language, bibliography, tables, addresses, websites and over 500 photos. It does not include advertising.
For an order of 10 or more copies, please call (818) 507-0333 or email:
“I believe you can say to the founders of this great nation, 'Here I am, a youth, a young tree whose roots were plucked from the hills of Lebanon, yet I am deeply rooted here, and I would be fruitful.'”
Read more from Kahlil Gibran’s article published in the first edition of The Syrian World Magazine, New York, July 1926, addressing “Young Americans of Syrian Origin”