The Arabic Collections Online project has just made available 10,000 Arabic ebooks across 6,000 subjects for free. It was established with support from NYU Abu Dhabi, and by major grants from Arcadia, a charitable fund of Lisbet Rausing and Peter Baldwin, and Carnegie Corporation of New York. [Source]
I searched for Lebanon in the list and one of the first books I stumbled upon was by Maurice Gemayel. Funnily enough, the 1954 speech he was giving, at least the first page or two, pretty much applies to what we’re going through today and ever since as he was highlighting the lack of management and vision of the authorities in handling crucial matters.
You can check out the full list [here].