Mexican Cartel Boss preached Kahlil Gibran

Glenn Kalem/ March 18, 2014

In Mexico, the groups have run extensive extortion rackets, corrupted dozens of local governments and engaged in blood-drenched warfare with federal troops and rival drug gangs, all the while spouting Moreno’s mix of evangelical Christianity, self-help advice and the writings of Lebanese American poet Khalil Gibran.

“Poems and Arab Springs” by Marco Roncalli, “Corriere della Sera”, Bergamo (Italy), 6 March 2014, p. 11.

Glenn Kalem/ March 6, 2014

Non cessa di stupire gli specia- listi di letteratura araba d’im- migrazione. Lo chiamano so- prattutto dove ci sia di mezzo il celeberrimo scrittore libanese Khalil Gibran. Si tratti diconferenze all’uni- versità del Maryland o di fare da consu- lente per film e documentari, invitato da Suheil Bushrui, il maggiore gibrani- sta mondiale, o chiamato da Glen Kalem produttore della

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Ms. Tania Sammons receives the 2014 Kahlil Gibran International award

Glenn Kalem/ February 6, 2014

Media Release Tuesday, 4 February 14 The George and Lisa Zakhem Kahlil Gibran Chair for Values and Peace at the University of Maryland, and the International Association for the Study of the Life and Works of Kahlil Gibran have selected Ms. Tania Sammons to receive the 2014 Kahlil Gibran International Award for the outstanding services that she has rendered in

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Gibran in Italy

Glenn Kalem/ January 18, 2014

Francesco Medici is a well accomplished scholar and translator of the works of Kahlil Gibran. A native of Bari, Italy he has translated many of Gibran’s work including the plays, “Lazarus and his beloved” and “The Blind Man” and not to mention the critically acclaimed “The Prophet” in Italian.