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Abu Salma

Summary
Abd al-Karim al-Karmi (عبد الكريم الكرمي), (1909–11 October 1980), known as Abu Salma (أبو سلمى), was a famous Palestinian poet and one of the Arab poets, was born in Tulkarm, and was a member of the Palestine Liberation Organization. He was the recipient of several awards and he chairman of the General Union of Palestinian Writers and Journalists until his death. Biography Abu Salma was born On 1909 in Tulkarm. He studied law and worked in Haifa in Mandatory Palestine until April 1948. He then moved briefly to Acre and then to Damascus. Abd al-Karim al-Karmi is the brother of Hasan Karmi, Mahmoud Al-Karmi and Abdul-Ghani Al-Karmi. Works Poetry
  • The Exile, 1953.
  • Songs of My Country, 1959.
  • Children's Songs, 1964.
  • My Brush Is from Palestine, 1971.
  • Collected Works, 1978.
Prose
  • The Struggle of the Arabs of Palestine, 1964.
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