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Marwan Najjar

Marwan Najjar


Acclaimed Lebanese writer Marwan Najjar was born in Beirut in 1947. He majored in Arabic Literature and Education at the Lebanese American University, and started his career as an instructor and lecturer at ALBA University and the Lebanese University Faculty of Documentation and Information.

His close friendship with renowned journalist Hanna Ghosn opened the door for him to write in important magazines, such as Al Ousbou Al Arabi and Ad-Diyar. He also worked at the archiving department in Dar as-Sayad.

His first experience in script writing was on the TV series “Dyala,” which was a huge success in Lebanon.

This success was followed by several other TV series, such as “Re7lat Al Omr,” “7kayet Kel Beyt”, “Al Fasl Al Akhir”, “Al Ustaz Mandour” and others.

Najjar became widely known in Lebanon and across the Arab world with the success of his TV series “Talbin Al Orb,” which addresses social problems faced by the Lebanese youth, breaking many taboos.

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Acclaimed Lebanese writer Marwan Najjar was born in Beirut in 1947. He majored in Arabic Literature and Education at the Lebanese American University, and started his career as an instructor and lecturer at ALBA University and the Lebanese University Faculty of Documentation and Information.

His close friendship with renowned journalist Hanna Ghosn opened the door for him to write in important magazines, such as Al Ousbou Al Arabi and Ad-Diyar. He also worked at the archiving department in Dar as-Sayad.

His first experience in script writing was on the TV series “Dyala,” which was a huge success in Lebanon.

This success was followed by several other TV series, such as “Re7lat Al Omr,” “7kayet Kel Beyt”, “Al Fasl Al Akhir”, “Al Ustaz Mandour” and others.

Najjar became widely known in Lebanon and across the Arab world with the success of his TV series “Talbin Al Orb,” which addresses social problems faced by the Lebanese youth, breaking many taboos.

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