The Origins of Violence by John Ducker, Ali Mezher’s translation and cover panel by Hussein Al-Tai. A special Thank you for the hard work of the translator and poet Ali Mezher, and special gratitude for the important touches presented by Ali Hakim Saleh, a tribute to the artist Hussein al-Tai, and a special tribute to the work team Dar Al-Rafidain in Beirut, who takes care of publishing and distribution of the book. Series word for back cover: A field of extreme poverty. We commit atrocities and do not commit ourselves to thinking and studying them. And the number of books in Arabic translation and translation in this field does not fit the number of abductions that occurred in our history of ancient and modern and contemporary. John Ducker’s translated book, “The Origins of Violence: Religion, History and Genocide” is the first comprehensive book on genocide in Arabic, covering its history in animal and human society. He uses the concept of genocide at Raphael Lemen and leads it to a cultural study dealing with genocide in historical writing (Herodotus and Theodosdis), literature and mythology in the Greeks and Romans (Homer, Virgil, Ischillus et al.), Philosophy (Plato, Cicero) , The theater (the storm of Shakespeare and the status of noble colonialism), colonial thought, the era of Enlightenment, and ends with modern and contemporary philosophy (Spinoza, Toland, Hume, Leotard, Dolose). The translator, Ali Mezher, has made a great effort to translate this diverse book, perhaps to be of more interest to this field.

Mohammed Ghazi Al Akhras in his new book (Biography and Cultural Violence: A Study in the Poets of Modernity Poets in Iraq).

The book is engraved in the memoirs of two generations of Iraqi intellectuals, the pioneers of free poetry and the sixties. The writer Mohammed Ghazi Al Akhras offers us a distinguished academic work that reveals the secrets in the subconscious of these intellectuals from pursuing a large accumulation of texts and documents.

Al Akhras tries to show the hidden intellectual struggle as they engage in cultural and ideological conflicts, the struggle of evil, violence and blindness. The book revealed distortions in the icons of intellectuals and poets who filled the world in the second half of the twentieth century.

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