For his part, the critic Dr. Zuhair Obeidat presented a critical view entitled “Biography upon Biography… Features of the achievement of Dr. Ibrahim Al-Saafin, the novelist,” indicating that this achievement is for an author who combined criticism and creativity, as he writes his narrative and the narrative of his generation at the same time, and this novelist achievement is the embodiment of a critical achievement that he undertook Throughout his academic career, the project was preoccupied with various angles: Palestine of history, Palestine of geography and people. The project is a response by writing to the Zionist narrative, and his project is a humane vision that focuses on the human common.
On the other hand, considered Dr. Obeidat said that his autobiography, “Sillat al-Sindian” by al-Sa’afin, is the biography of a homeland, a nation, and a political, social and economic community. And the human essence responds to the catastrophe with superiority and the will to develop and contribute to civilization and add to it. It is the biography of the tormented boy who left his homeland and in his consciousness the tears of his mother shed on her husband when she saw his grave when she bid farewell to her son Ibrahim on his way to Cairo University. It is a personality that lives forms of anxiety, self-concern over Reality, misery and cognitive anxiety in education as a tool for building the future.
Dr. points out. Obeidat indicated that Al-Saafin mentions in his biography “Sindian Dynasty” his teachers who contributed to his cognitive and cultural formation and their commandments, as he read the various types of knowledge that contribute to his cognitive formation, leading to cognitive integration.
The poet Zuhair Abu Shaib in his testimony about his teacher, Al-Sa’afin, in which he said: I had the privilege, as did many others, to be apprenticed at the hands of my teacher, sheikh, and role model, Dr. The sheikh’s relationship with the murid.