A few days ago, an obscure Arab writer and writer, the Tanzanian Abdel Razek Jarna, won the Nobel Prize in Literature, thus cutting the way for the Syrian poet “Adonis,” who has been making noise in the world for 30 years. In search of the world’s most prestigious award.
The problem is not that the controversial and angry Arab poet did not win the award for all these long years, as this is an honor he does not deserve. Throughout his nine decades, he made unprecedented literary achievements, and did he present to Arabic poetry what the early and latecomers did not, and before all that.. Is Adonis a defiant poet, and an indefatigable intellectual? Let us find the answer in the book “The Laws of Satan in Adonis’ Poetry”, issued by the Madbouly Library for Publishing, where its author, Dr. Salih Odeima, invited the Syrian poet “Adonis” to a televised debate, and addressed his words to him saying: “To show you in front of people, all people, that you are A cunning, fraudulent poet, and that most of your poetry was stolen “muffled”, and that your book “The Fixed and Transformed” was made by your teacher and guide, “Paul Noya”, and you do not have a pen stroke in it, and I will show you other horrific things, the horror of which almost takes a person out of himself, not from his cloak. Just”.
The aforementioned book is located in seven chapters, the first of which is: entitled “The Free Word,” and in it he accuses its author, “Adonis” of “running after prizes, and that he is a liar in many of his stances, and that he stoned the Messenger, may God’s prayers and peace be upon him, with muttering in different colors of signs and gestures.” It is easy to say and cheap to speak, for one reason or another, in different councils.” This is what makes the likes of Adonis and his peers gain from it, and they are very sincere in that!
In the second chapter entitled, “A Search in the Self and Identity,” the author describes “Adonis” as “the companion of Satan and his Samira, and he seeks help when the Qur’an refuses to him,” noting that “Adonis hears that Satan is the first teacher of freedom and the first leader of liberation, and he is the constant.” The one who does not turn and the transformer who shakes everything that is fixed! Until he reaches his saying in another place: “Adonis can only be a guardian of Satan, a shadow and a follower of him.. and he considers him a liberator from slavery, a leader of freedom, and one of the causes of democracy.”
And in the third chapter entitled: Another theft and the story of the constant and the transformed – the scandal – in which “Udima” refers to a not-so-popular book that exposes – as he says – about the thefts of Adonis.
In the fifth chapter, “A Research on Accusation and Evidence,” the author presents the book of the British researcher, “Frances Stoner Saunders,” in which she narrates the role of American and British intelligence in financing and motivating cultural activities around the world, and that the “Poetry” magazine is one of the fruits of this suspicious trend, and Adonis One of her senior soldiers who accompanied her from the first moment.
He says: The greatest witness to Adonis’ thefts is his book “The Fixed and the Transformed”, which he considers to be a theft from “Paul Noya”. “Paul” for his book does not differ in its style, nor in its treatment of the search for the style of “Adonis”.
Perhaps what we have mentioned in previous articles about the widespread Western support for Ibrahim Issa, Khaled Montaser and Islam Bahiri media projects is closely related to that. As for the last chapter, after proving the accusation of theft and plagiarism against Adonis through the document “Physics teaches poetry,” Udima says in a confident tone: “This document is not the only one that confirms that he is an experienced thief, rude and not ashamed. The last of them is a bleak, crude robbery, and whoever stole an article steals books, robs homes, stole pockets and bags… I would like him to know how to be ashamed, how to be ashamed, and how to be buried! The above is just the tip of the iceberg about the permanent Nobel candidate, as if between the two parties is a forbidden or cheap love, a crude model of those who are celebrated in the West and appreciated financially and morally, which is what tempted the generations that followed the ninetieth poet who did not mind doing anything, no matter what. He was ugly to one’s country and religion; So that the honorable western satisfaction may include them, and they will remain blind in their wretchedness, until it appears to them from God what they do not expect in this world and in the hereafter.