Lebanon’s Ministry of Education Acknowledges “Talal Ibn Adibeh” Story as a Cultural Resource
BEIRUT - The Ministry of Education & Higher Education (MEHE) in Lebanon instructed officials at public high schools in the country to adopt “Talal Ibn Adibeh”, a children’s story written by author Areej Younis, as a cultural resource at their libraries.
“Talal Ibn Adibeh” narrates the life story of the knowledge worker who has passion for everything technology, Talal Abu-Ghazaleh from his childhood and suffering as a refugee to his success and the establishment of Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Global (TAG.Global).
The story talks about the challenges and obstacles that Talal Abu-Ghazaleh faced and successfully overcame. “Talal Ibn Adibeh” is a story of a child who grows up to become a legend, a child who goes through suffering to create a promising future for his family and country to become a role model for genius, creativity, and success and a name that is always respected and acknowledged at intellectual, social and humanitarian spheres.
Meanwhile, TAG.Global will provide the required copies of the story to be distributed at public and similarly at private schools in Lebanon.
It is worth mentioning that “Talal Ibn Adeebah” story is a joint production between Jordanian author Areej Younis, and Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Group. The children’s story, which sheds light on some important turns in the life of Dr. Abu-Ghazaleh, includes colored pictures and drawings to enrich the content.