Will computers make extinct the last of Islam’s proud and honourable calligraphers?

Dr Jamal Naja meets me in a coffee shop just down the road from his home in Alamuddin Street, a quiet almost mischievous face, greying hair, and he lays – with great care – a black packet on the table in front of him. Tripoli in northern Lebanon is an overwhelmingly Muslim city and Naja … Continue reading Will computers make extinct the last of Islam’s proud and honourable calligraphers?