DAR AL SAQI was established in London at 1979. It is the first Arabic library in UK. At the second year it started to publish books in English. It started to publish in Arabic in 1987 because of it's good relations with readers and publishers. In 1991, It opened it's branch in Beirut and started to prompt for intellectual modernity, and for the renaissance of Arab culture. It also worked on political and intellectual issues especially those which are important to Arab and Western Worlds like democracy, Tolerance and intellectual renaissance. DAR AL SAQI seeks to be the bridge between Arab and Western culture in order to encourage the dialogue, prompt the western culture and introduce them to Arab leaders. Dar Al-Saqi's list includes a large selection of contemporary writers, Arabs, English and French, such as Adonis, Mohammed Arkoun, Mohammed Shahrour, Turki Al-Hamad.

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