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The Philokalia—Greek for "love of the beautiful/holy/exalted"—was first assembled at Mount Athos by Ss. Nicodemus of the Holy Mountain and Makarios of Corinth. The first edition was published at Venice in 1782
Hi Severian,I only saw Bishop Bulus el-Bushi from a book about Theosis, and this is the only translation I know. If you know how to read Arabic, I'm sure the next time you travel Egypt, you might be able to get some of these writings for yourself:http://www.amazon.com/Partakers-Divine-Nature-Development-Deification/dp/0838641113/ref=wl_it_dp_o?ie=UTF8&coliid=I19C155A9NRFC3&colid=1GOZKWJ8AF89NAs for other writers, http://www.tertullian.org/fathers/ seems to be adding more Arabic fathers year by year, and there are some anti-Islamic ones there.Coptichymns published the canons of Awlad el Assal here:http://www.coptichymns.net/module-library-viewpub-tid-1-pid-533.htmlAnd I read this one a long time ago. A Christian/Muslim debate of the 12th Century:http://www.fordham.edu/halsall/source/christ-muslim-debate.aspAnd that's the extent of the Arabic Church fathers I know. I hope more can be translated in the future.God bless.
Also, though not an official OO text, the full text of the Philokalia can be read here.