Farah Antun



Farah Antun, also spelled Farah Antoun (1874–1922), was among the first Lebanese Christians to openly argue for secularism and equality regardless of religious affiliation. He also, though uncommon for his background, argued against Arab nationalism. Antun became popular for his magazine, Al-Jami'ah, and his public debate with Muhammad Abduh over conflicting worldviews.


Farah Antun, also spelled Farah Antoun (1874–1922), was among the first Lebanese Christians to openly argue for secularism and equality regardless of religious affiliation. He also, though uncommon for his background, argued against Arab nationalism. Antun became popular for his magazine, Al-Jami'ah, and his public debate with Muhammad Abduh over conflicting worldviews.
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