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Mohamed Ali Abdel jalil introduced the thought of French philosopher Simone Weil in the Arab world. He translated her book: The need for roots and other articles. He also helped to introduce the concept of nonviolence in the Arab world by translating dictionary for non-violence written by Jean-Marie Muller. The important is that he wrote polemical essays on Islam, published on magazinne Maaber and other magazines. It is important to develop an article about Mohamed Ali Abdel Jalil on Wikipedia. — Preceding unsigned comment added by Paul Abdul Nur (talk • contribs) 21:46, 6 October 2011 (UTC)