Mohammad Ibrahim Abu Senna

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Mohammad Ibrahim Abu Senna (Arabic: محمد ابراهيم أبو سنّة‎‎) (born 1937) was an Egyptian poet in the 1960s. His writings are known for its smoothness, and his love poems are considered unique.[1]

Abu Senna was an Al Azhar University, Faculty of Arabic Studies graduate in 1964. For ten years (1965-1975) he worked as a political editor with the State Information Service,[1] a radio host in 1976[1] as well as a director-general of the Cultural Program in 1995.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d Mohammad Abu Senna at Egyptian State Information Service