I recommend that you search for the work of Rifat Chadirji, Makiya Associates (Muhammad Saleh Makiya), Maath Alousi and Basil al-Bayati, samples of which are all available in the ArchNet Digital Library. (Am I leaving out anyone?)
You may also find the following books to be useful:
Kultermann, Udo. Contemporary architecture in the Arab states : renaissance of a region. New York : McGraw-Hill, 1999.
Al-Asad, Mohammad. The modern state mosque in the eastern Arab world, 1828-1985 / by Mohammad Al-Asad. (PhD Thesis, Harvard University, 1990)
Makiya, Kanan. Post-Islamic classicism : a visual essay on the architecture of Mohamed Makiya. London : Saqi Books, 1990.
If you do not find sufficient information on the web or the books listed above, you may want to search for articles in catalogues such as JStor or Avery Index.