Lebanon

What is Lebanon known for?


work study

that Amin became radicalised during his second stay in the United States in 1962, when he enrolled in a work-study group at the University of Wisconsin. Amin studied the doctoral programme at the Columbia University Teachers College, but started to neglect his studies in favour of politics; in 1963 he became head of the Afghan students' association at the college. When he returned to Afghanistan in the mid-1960s, the route flew to Afghanistan by way of Moscow. There, Amin met the Afghan ambassador to the Soviet Union, his old friend Ali Ahmad Popel, a previous Afghan Minister of Education (Ministry of Education (Afghanistan)). During his short stay, Amin became even more radicalised. Some people, Nabi Misdaq for instance, do not believe he travelled through Moscow, but rather West Germany and Lebanon.


public activities

Sahara , Yemen كُن مستعداً Africa and the Arab world Hizb ut-Tahrir is proscribed in many Arab countries, but is permitted to operate in the United Arab Emirates, Lebanon and Yemen. Throughout 2006 a spate of Hizb ut-Tahrir campaigns and related arrests took place throughout the Arab world. There were arrests in Jordan, Morocco, Tunisia, and visible public activities in the Palestinian territories, Zanzibar, and Lebanon, enjoying growing support among senior army staff, government officials, and the intelligentsia.


community featuring

, Serbian (Serbs), Albanian (Albanians), Bosnian (Bosnians) and Lebanese (Lebanon) communities. Since German reunification Mettmann witnessed an influx of inhabitants of the new German ''laender'' (States of Germany) due to the economic downturn in their home regions. In addition Mettmann hosts also a vivid Brazilian community featuring in the German movie Samba in Mettmann by the German Italian film-maker duo Hape Kerkeling and Angelo Colagrossi. * The agreement between the government of Indonesia and the GAM (Free Aceh Movement) in the Aceh peace process, 15 August 2005. * The agreement between the UK (United Kingdom) and Jordan (Jordan (country)), Libya and Lebanon regarding potential extradition of suspects (commonly terrorists suspects) who if they are to be tried, must be tried fairly and in a manner similar to the European Convention on Human Rights, for example withholding from using evidence obtained through the use of torture(Article 3). Such an understanding has been criticised for its inability to be legally enforced. This has been highlighted in the current deportation process of the suspected terrorist Abu Qatada, who is wanted by Jordan in connection with a terrorist attack. However, at present, the Court of Appeal have rejected the UK Government's appeal based on their concern at Jordan obtaining evidence potentially incriminating Qatada through the use of torture. * The ''Memorandums of Understanding on Labour Cooperation'' between The People's Republic of China, Singapore and New Zealand on 2008, in parallel with their respective free trade agreements In 2005, UQAC opened programs for students from foreign countries in partnership with universities from Morocco, Lebanon, China, Senegal, Colombia, and Brazil. Meanwhile the Joker (Joker (comics)) has escaped yet again from Arkham Asylum, leaving a trail of death behind him. Batman discovers that he has somehow obtained a nuclear weapon and will sell it to terrorists (Terrorism). He tracks him to civil war (Lebanese Civil War)-torn Lebanon where he and Jason meet up. They foil an attempt by Arab terrorists (Terrorism) to destroy Tel Aviv using a nuclear missile sold to them by the Joker. Sharmin Rosen, a Mossad agent who was at the scene, and whom Jason was tracking, denies ever giving birth in Gotham City.


past activities

Lieberman in the Democratic primary, but lost to him in the general election). He also defends alternative medicine, animal rights and the past activities of Liberty Lobby and Willis Carto. He has been featured as a guest on James Edwards (James Edwards (radio host))' radio show, ''The Political Cesspool'', which has also been accused of promoting anti-Semitism.


stone water

as the largest and best preserved Roman Hippodrome found to date. '''Jeita Grotto''' Jeita Grotto is nominated to be one of the new Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Jeita Grotto is the jewel of tourism in Lebanon offering to its visitors 2 fabulous grottoes. It is a source of attraction for whole the families wishing to discover a mysterious world in the heart of the earth. The “Touristic Site of Jeita” gathers all elements of nature such as stone, water, trees, flowers, air and animals


programs leading

''' ( ) was founded in 1955 in Beirut, Lebanon. It offers programs leading to Bachelor's degrees in the Arts and Sciences, as well as Master's degrees in the Arts. All degrees from Haigazian are recognized by both the Lebanese government and the Association of International Colleges and Universities. It is supported by the Armenian Evangelical Church Armenian Evangelical


arts field

in the Lebanese performing arts field during the last decade. The Stage News '''''Pelopidas thrax''''', commonly known as the '''Pale Small-branded Swift''', '''Millet Skipper''' or '''White Branded Swift''', is a butterfly belonging to the family Hesperiidae. It is found in Greece, western and south-western Turkey, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Arabia, Africa, Kashmir (N Pakistan) and the far east. In Greece, it is only known from Samos and Rhodos, where it is found on heights of 0 to 75 meters. He was born at Kinderhook, NY (Kinderhook (town), New York), and educated at Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia (Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), from which he graduated as M.D. in 1839. In 1840 he was sent to Lebanon by the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions as a medical missionary for the Dutch Reformed Church, and was stationed at Beirut, Abeih, Sidon, and Mount Tabor (Mount Tabor, Israel). He studied Arabic in Beirut under Butrus al-Bustani and Nasif al-Yaziji, both of whom later became famous Arab writers, and Yusuf al-Asir, with whom he would later collaborate in translating the Bible into Arabic. He married Julia Abbott, daughter of the former British consul-general in Beirut, in December 1842. In June 1843 they moved to 'Abeih, where he organized a secondary school for training evangelical ministers. Noting the scarcity of suitable teaching materials in Arabic, he proceeded to write Arabic textbooks on geography, navigation, natural history, and mathematics, which were long used in Syrian schools. He also studied theology and was ordained a minister by his fellow missionaries in 1846, shortly before the inauguaration of the Abeih Seminary. In 1849 he was abruptly transferred from 'Abeih to Sidon, where he was expected to open a new mission station, preach, and practice medicine. Upon returning to Beirut in 1857, he began to work on the Arabic Bible. After completing the translation in 1865, he went to New York to supervise its printing, also teaching Hebrew for two years at Union Theological Seminary and studying ophthalmology. He lives in Bir Zeit in the West Bank, but was previously active in Lebanon during the Lebanese Civil War as commander of the ALF's military wing. He holds Iraqi citizenship. In 2001, he was arrested by Israeli forces on suspicion of having transferred money from the Iraqi government to families of Palestinian suicide bombers.carried out bomb ings and other attacks against international targets, especially Israeli and Syrian (in 1976 and 1984-90, Syria and allied Lebanese (Lebanon) militias attacked the PLO and Palestinian refugee communities in Lebanon); but it is also believed to have attacked European and American (USA) interests. It is suspected of bombing TWA Flight 840 (TWA Flight 840 (1986)) in 1986. The exact relations between Fatah-SOG and the PLO leadership of Yassir Arafat remain unclear.1890, Nakhchivanski married Sophia Taube (née Gerbel; 1864, St. Petersburg – 1941, Beirut), daughter of the Russian poet and translator Nikolai Gerbel. Together they had three children: Nicholas (died in 1912), Tatiana and Georges. After the October Revolution, the Nakhchivanskis emigrated. Their descendants lived (and some continue to live) in France, Lebanon, Egypt, and the United States. Life Ignatius was born Habib Hazim in 1921 in the village of Mhardeh near Hama in Syria. He is the son of a pious Arab Orthodox (Eastern Orthodox Church) family and from an early age was attracted to service within the Church. While studying in Beirut, Lebanon, for a literature degree, he entered the service of the local Orthodox diocese, first by becoming an acolyte, then a deacon. During his studies at the American University of Beirut, young Habib was influenced by his outstanding philosophy professor Charles Malik. Malik influenced his students tremendously on matters of philosophy and spirituality--many of whom (i.e. many of Hazim’s classmates) became ordained ministers and friars in various ecclesiastical orders under Malik’s influence. In 1945 he went to Paris where he graduated from the St. Sergius Orthodox Theological Institute. From his time in France onwards he has been moved not only by a desire to pass on the deposit of the faith, but also to take Orthodoxy out of its unhistorical ghetto by discovering in its Holy Tradition living answers to the problems of modern life. On his return to the Eastern Mediterranean, he founded the University of Balamand in Lebanon which he then served for many years as dean (Dean (religion)). As Dean he sought to provide the Patriarchate with responsible leaders who had received a good spiritual and intellectual training and who were witnesses to an awakened and deeply personal faith. http: www.stgeorgeofboston.org assets files sBio%5B1%5D(1).pdf Life Ignatius was born Habib Hazim in 1921 in the village of Mhardeh near Hama in Syria. He is the son of a pious Arab Orthodox (Eastern Orthodox Church) family and from an early age was attracted to service within the Church. While studying in Beirut, Lebanon, for a literature degree, he entered the service of the local Orthodox diocese, first by becoming an acolyte, then a deacon. During his studies at the American University of Beirut, young Habib was influenced by his outstanding philosophy professor Charles Malik. Malik influenced his students tremendously on matters of philosophy and spirituality--many of whom (i.e. many of Hazim’s classmates) became ordained ministers and friars in various ecclesiastical orders under Malik’s influence. In 1945 he went to Paris where he graduated from the St. Sergius Orthodox Theological Institute. From his time in France onwards he has been moved not only by a desire to pass on the deposit of the faith, but also to take Orthodoxy out of its unhistorical ghetto by discovering in its Holy Tradition living answers to the problems of modern life. On his return to the Eastern Mediterranean, he founded the University of Balamand in Lebanon which he then served for many years as dean (Dean (religion)). As Dean he sought to provide the Patriarchate with responsible leaders who had received a good spiritual and intellectual training and who were witnesses to an awakened and deeply personal faith. http: www.stgeorgeofboston.org assets files sBio%5B1%5D(1).pdf *Scott Glenn as John Creasy **Creasy, a man from northern California, is a former CIA agent who becomes a bodyguard. Lloyd Sachs of the ''Chicago Sun-Times'' said that the press materials indicated that Creasy became emotionally destroyed after a bomb killed children in Beirut, Lebanon. Sachs, Lloyd. "`Man on Fire' disintegrates on film." ''Chicago Sun-Times''. October 27, 1987. Page 43. Retrieved on March 27, 2012. According to Sachs, the film "film fails to make the scenario clear". **Creasy originally has long hair and wire-rimmed glasses. Bill Kaufman of ''Newsday (Newsday (New York))'' said that the "sullen and taciturn" Creasy appears "a bit shaggy" and "doesn't seem much like a tough guy." Kaufman, Bill. "Kidnaping, Suspense, Obsession." ''Newsday''. October 10, 1987. Part II, Start Page 19. Retrieved on April 3, 2012. John H. Richardson of the ''Los Angeles Daily News'' said that in the beginning of the film, Creasy is "a morbid guy" who has an appearance "like a thinner Chuck Norris, but he has these huge bags under his eyes and a twitch in his cheek, and he tends to stare off into the distance with the cosmic gloom of someone who has Seen the Darkness in the Human Soul." Richardson, John H. "'MAN ON FIRE' DOESN'T BURN WITH THE STUFF GREAT FILMS ARE MADE." ''Los Angeles Daily News''. Tuesday October 13, 1987. L18. Retrieved on April 2, 2012. Kaufman added that the actor, as Creasy, "is a bit reminiscent of Chuck Norris." Eleanor Ringel of the ''Atlanta Journal-Constitution'' said that the actor as Creasy, "with his scruffy beard and melancholy eyes," "calls to mind Max Von Sydow as Christ (Jesus Christ) in "The Greatest Story Ever Told." On 11 January 2006 UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan appointed him head of the UN International Independent Investigation Commission into the murder of former Lebanese (Lebanon) Prime Minister (Prime Minister of Lebanon) Rafic Hariri. As such, he replaced Detlev Mehlis, who stepped down in January 2006. * The Syrian Democratic People's Party - Riad al-Turk's group, formerly called the ''Syrian Communist Party - Political Bureau'', and an offshoot of the Syrian Communist Party. * The Arab Revolutionary Workers Party - a leftist-Marxist offshoot of the Baath Party from the 1960s, which for some time had active branches in Lebanon and Iraq as well. * The Movement of Arab Socialists - an Arab socialist group with roots in Akram al-Hawrani's pre-Baath peasant movement. 15–0–0 Establishes international investigation concerning the assassination of former Lebanese (Lebanon) Prime Minister Rafic Hariri -


series record

) is a Brazilian race car driver (driving) of Lebanese (Lebanon) heritage. Kanaan won the 2004 Indy Racing League IndyCar Series championship driving Andretti Green Racing's 7-Eleven sponsored car, winning three times in his Honda-powered Dallara. That season he completed 3,305 laps, making him the first IndyCar Series driver to complete every possible lap in a season. He also led 889 laps in 13 separate races to establish an IndyCar Series

record. Kanaan is also the only driver to lead the Indianapolis 500 in each of his first seven starts, though he has yet to win this flagship event. He has a total of 14 IRL race victories. Kanaan was released from Andretti Autosport in October 2010 after 7-Eleven announced it would not return as his primary sponsor in 2011. After initially signing on with de Ferran Dragon Racing, the team shut down when sponsorship could not be materialized. Kanaan currently drives the #11 for KV Racing Technology.


arts sports

of this conflict, there were armed clashes between partisans of the two "sides", and also assassination attempts, acts of desecration, etc. This was the case of many of the Armenian-populated regions in Lebanon like Bourj Hammoud and Anjar (Anjar, Lebanon). In time, the Armenians organized themselves by building churches, schools, community centers, cultural associations, arts, sports clubs, etc. Various political parties and benevolent unions, such as the Armenian


covering religious

the Molds of Our Spent Society'', Collins, London, 1975, ISBN 0002153750 Martin, Malachi, ''The Encounter: Religion in Crisis'', The Dial Press, New York, 1983 ISBN 0385279043 and was the sole author of sixteen books covering religious and geopolitical topics, which were published in eight languages. He wrote additional books under pen names and in collaboration with others. He was a controversial commentator on the Holy See Vatican

Lebanon

'''Lebanon''' (

The earliest evidence (Archaeological evidence) of civilization in Lebanon dates back more than seven thousand years, predating recorded history. Lebanon was the home of the Phoenicians, a maritime culture that flourished for over a thousand years (c. (Circa) 1550–539 BC). In 64 BC, the region came under the rule of the Roman Empire, and eventually became one of the Empire's leading centers of Christianity. In the Mount Lebanon range a monastic tradition known as the Maronite Church was established. As the Arab Muslims conquered the region, the Maronites held onto their religion and identity. However, a new religious group, the Druze (Druze in Lebanon), established themselves in Mount Lebanon as well, a religious divide that would last for centuries. During the Crusades, the Maronites re-established contact with the Roman Catholic Church (Roman Catholic) and asserted their communion with Rome. The ties they established with the Latins have influenced the region into the modern era.

The region eventually came under the rule of the Ottoman Empire from 1516 to 1918. Following the collapse of the Empire after World War I, the five provinces that constitute modern Lebanon were mandated to France (French Mandate of Lebanon). The French (France) expanded the borders of Mount Lebanon Governorate, which was mostly populated by Maronites and Druze, to include more Muslims. Lebanon gained independence in 1943, establishing a unique political system

Before the Lebanese Civil War (1975–1990), the country experienced a period of relative calm and renowned prosperity, driven by tourism, agriculture, commerce, and banking.

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