Abu Salma

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Abu Salma (orig. Abd al-Karim al-Karmi) (Arabic: عبد الكريم الكرمي‎), (1909 1980) was a Palestinian poet. Abu Salma was born in Tulkarm, [Palestine]. He studied law and worked in Haifa in Mandatory Palestine until April 1948. He then moved briefly to Acre and then to Damascus. He was a friend of Ibrahim Touqan. Abu Salma was awarded The Lotus International Reward for Literature in 1978 by The Association of Asian and African Writers.[1]

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  1. ^ "Poets from Palestine - Abdelkarim Al-Karmi (Abu Salma)". www.barghouti.com.

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