دروز بلغراد - حكاية حنا يعقوب



➹ [Read] ➵ دروز بلغراد - حكاية حنا يعقوب By Rabie Jaber ➼ – E17streets4all.co.uk تحكي الرواية قصة حنا يعقوب، وهو رجل مسيحي من بيروت، مهنته بيع البيض، كان يتواجد صدفةً على أرصفة المرفأ عندما أ تحكي الرواية قصة حنا - حكاية PDF È يعقوب، وهو رجل مسيحي من بيروت، مهنته بيع البيض، كان يتواجد صدفةً على أرصفة المرفأ عندما أُقتيد مجموعة من المتقاتلين الدروز، نتيجة للحرب الأهلية في جبل لبنان بينهم وبين الموارنة والتي اندلعت سنة ، فأصدر الفرمان العثماني قرارًا بترحيل درزياً إلى سجون المملكة في بلاد البلغار، عقاباً دروز بلغراد PDF or لهم على اعتدائهم على المسيحيين الموارنة وتم شمل حنا يعقوب معهم، حيث تم نفيه واقتياده بالبحر إلى قلعة بلغراد عند تخوم الإمبراطورية العثمانية، بدلا من شخص آخر أطلق سراحه بعدما دفع والده رشوة للضابط العثماني وتدور الرواية حول معاناة حنا وبقية السجناء على امتداد سنة من السجن في بلغراد وغيرها من بلاد بلغراد - حكاية PDF/EPUB ì البلقانأعقب هذه الرحلة الكثير من المعاناة منهم من قضى نحبه في قلعة بلغراد وآخرين في الصِّرب والجبل الأسود وبريشتنيا، وبسبب الطبيعة القاسية ومع هذا فإن سجن وحَّد المتنافرين، فهؤلاء الذين كانوا يقاتلون فيما بينهم، ما إن وضعوا في مكان واحد حتى تآلفوا، وهو جوهر الحادثة التاريخيةوفي الوطن،.دروز بلغراد - حكاية حنا يعقوب

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دروز بلغراد - حكاية حنا يعقوب
  • Paperback
  • 239 pages
  • دروز بلغراد - حكاية حنا يعقوب
  • Rabie Jaber
  • Arabic
  • 01 March 2016

10 thoughts on “دروز بلغراد - حكاية حنا يعقوب

  1. says:

    This is Walid Joumblat's all time favorite as he claims on Twitter where I first heard of the book And being recommended from my friends who like Rabih Jaber I had to read it I enjoyed it although it is slow paced The extremely well written chapters got me hanging to know the fate of Hanna the main character anyone would sympathize with for the unjust treatment he faces A day after I finished the book I watched '12 Years A Slave' movie released in 2014 which is based on a true story documented in a book published in 1853 The resemblance between the plot of Druze Belgrade initially released in 2010 and 12 Years a Slave is uncanny Hanna's story relates to a turning point in the history of Lebanon under the Ottoman rule while Solmen's 12 Years A Slave relates to the struggle of African Americans in the States before they gained their civil rights Although they are set in different continents the date of the stories overlap and the main characters have a lot in common The are both abducted and taken as slaves and they remain silent throughout their service to survive Hanna and Solmen engage in construction work and similar shores serving the Ottoman State in case of Hanna and white men in case of Solmen They both eventually return home and find their families awaiting Even the time spent being imprisonedenslaved is exactly the same 12 years The family account while Solmen is away is completely neglected while in Hanna's case family is somewhat disregarded although mentioned a few times Both families never hear from their men throughout the bookmovie and we do not see them taking action either Both stories are striking seeing someone abused for no wrong committed is unfair Having mentioned those similarities I am not sure how to feel about the originality of Rabih's book any In the beginning of his book Rabih states his novel is pure fiction Is it a mere coincidence that 2 men from the opposite side of the planet went through the exact experience that was documented?

  2. says:

    I couldn't have picked a trying week to read this novel 3 car bombs in Lebanon explosions in Ira chemical weapons used to wipe out the Syrian population and unprecedented clashes in Egypt with attacks on churches museums personal property and countless dead and wounded in all four countries Accompanying Hanna Yaacoub on his journey was arduous to say the least but made me think about the human condition about the state of the Arab world and the 'MiddleNear East' we seem to fall into the same cycles of history and the same turmoil like a whirlwind of human suffering It is the random population that suffers the most individuals and families because of the ambitions of power of a selected few who believe they are playing games with disposable toys rather than human beings

  3. says:

    Terribly tragic and perfectly heart wrenching

  4. says:

    I'm not ashamed to admit I cried with Hanna at the end of this novel This is an account of a dismal journey of a man taken from his home lost suffering for decades and finally his return Rabee's Odyssey? The story telling is smooth the only burden being the events that weigh heavily on Hanna and on the Druze a group of prisoners he was dragged with by unlucky chanceThe description of the places they pass through is very vivid The mountains and the cold weather ring loud and clear The compassion that builds up gradually between the prisoners under rough circumstances makes a sad story very beautiful The history of the Ottoman Empire of the Druze and of Eastern Europe otherwise irrelevant to a simple villager is made paramount in deciding how he lives his life and whether or not he survives his journeyThis is highly recommended

  5. says:

    A small epic that takes you to the latter days of the Ottoman Empire It's a slow paced story of a man enduring prison banishment and hardship while clinging on the hope of returning home Set in the Levant and mostly the Balkans the theme of rural life and folk customs is present from start to finish There are fragments of adventure religion and spirituality as well It drags towards the final uarter some might find it repetitive I finished it without getting tired of it Overall a very good novel and ideal for anyone who wants to dive into middle eastern literature

  6. says:

    sheer imagination as ever from Rjaberincredibly heartbreaking as well the story of the five brothers nearly had me in tears at workLoved it very sad reminded me of 12 years a slave actually but this one is of course differentit's a bit historical I'M VERY HAPPY WITH THE ENDING though I wouldn't have minded an epilogue of Hanna Jacob and his familyI finished it uickly because work is at stalemate and I sit long hours by myselfhave started Beyrouth city of the world v1 but Idk IF I will finish it

  7. says:

    I have always liked the historical novels and this one is Rabie moves you to the days of the Ottoman empire to far places Belgrade Bosnia through the perils of the misfortunate Hanna who was taken as a replacement of Sleiman The calamities that he goes through are simply unbearable Yet the way that the sentences are knitted together creates makes you want to flip the pages and live the worldToo bad it ended so uick

  8. says:

    Good story I would have expected it to go further about the return how did his relationship with Barbara and Helana evolve Maybe a meeting with the real Suliman it was was overall a good portrait of how the people who fought for the losing part were treated the inhuman conditions the hard work how low a person can get for being in the wrong place at the wrong time

  9. says:

    A heart breaking story of injustice camaraderie a colorful depiction of life politics and society in Lebanon and the Balkans at the end of 19th century In general I do not like books with long descriptions of surroundings but something in Jaber's writing kept me interested I was also very intrigued by the writer's choice to focus on the Druzes's customs and beliefs

  10. says:

    Finally a novel written by a Lebanese in Arabic and with an actual plot God forbid I gave it four stars rather than five because it's too brutal

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