Abdul Raheem Glailati

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Abdul Raheem Glailati ('Abd al-Rahman Qalilat) was a renowned Sudanese poet, author and newspaper editor.[1] He edited the newspaper Al-Ra'id (The Pioneer) between 1914 and 1917, when he was deported to Egypt after publishing an article describing the low standards of living of the Sudanese people.


  1. ^ El-Nour (1997) p. 151.


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