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Flin Flon

" , July 22, 2009, retrieved July 22, 2009 Culture Arts Flin Flon has an active local arts & culture scene. The Flin Flon Arts Council has been instrumental in building the local arts scene of late, and has also brought high-quality performers, such as the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, into the community for special events. The R.H. Channing Auditorium in the Flin Flon Community Hall often hosts concerts and theatrical


Sidon

Corbusier . * Nazih El-Bizri, former Minister of Health who held several ministry posts in successive Lebanese governments, and a longstanding Member of the National Parliament, highly active and visible for over 50 years in Lebanese and Levantine politics. * Abdel Rahman El-Bizri, former mayor of Sidon (son of Nazih El-Bizri); an active local politician, and also a faculty member at the American University of Beirut medical school. * Nader El-Bizri, Philosopher, Architect, and prolific Scholar with a leading international academic and intellectual profile. * Bahaa Bsat, former President of the Order of Engineers and Architects in Lebanon and former president of the "Maqasid" distinguished old school in Sidon. * Emile Bustani, one of Lebanon's entrepreneurial and philanthropist stars in the first half of the 20th century. Founder of an intentional petroleum company and of CAT. Raised as orphan by American missionaries at the Gerard Institute in Sidon at the beginnings of the 20th century. * Ghassan Hammoud, MD (Ghassan Hammoud), Founder of Hammoud Hospital University Medical Center, the main medical institution in modern Sidon. * Rafic Hariri, former highly eminent Prime Minister, billionaire and international businessman, grand philanthropist, and late leader of the Future Movement; assassinated on 14 February 2005. * Bahia Hariri, former Minister of Education in the governments of Lebanon and philanthropist. Bahia Hariri is the only sister of the late Prime Minister Rafic Hariri. Presently, Bahia Hariri is a member of the Lebanese Parliament as she was re-elected in June 2009. * Saad Hariri, youngest former Prime Minister of Lebanon; an international businessman, and son of Rafic Hariri. * Bahaa Hariri, international businessman and billionaire, son of Rafic Hariri. * Ahmad Hariri, young leader in the Hariri Future Movement and son of Bahia Hariri. * Ibrahim El-Mallah, international businessman and entrepreneur largely invested in Sidon. * Hamzi Moghrabi, Civil & Environmental Engineer, Founder and President of IBC Corp. the brainchild behind the waste processing plant in Sidon. * Adel Osseiran, co-founder of modern Lebanon a highly eminent leading figure in Lebanon's 20th-century history, participated in securing Lebanon's independence from the French mandate. * Ali Osseiran, Member of Parliament and former Minister. * Sheikh Mohamad Osseiran, Jaafari Mufti of Sidon. * Hiba Al-Qawwas, Lebanon's leading Soprano. * Maarouf Saad, former deputy representing Sidon in the national parliament and founder of the Popular Nasserite Party. Influential local leader, assassinated in 1975 at the eve of the Lebanese civil war. * Moustapha Saad, son of Maarouf Saad, popular Nasserite politician, and former deputy representing Sidon in the national parliament. * Ousama Saad, son of Maarouf Saad, Nasserite politician, and former deputy representing Sidon in the national parliament. * Fouad Siniora, former Prime Minister of Lebanon and minister of finance, a longstanding member of parliament, and main leader in the future movement. * Riad Solh, former Prime Minister of Lebanon a highly eminent leading figure in Lebanon's 20th-century history, participated in securing Lebanon's independence from the French mandate. * Takkie El Dine Solh, former Prime Minister of Lebanon, and a leading figure in Lebanese politics; died in Paris. * Sami Solh, former Prime Minister of Lebanon, and a leading figure in Lebanese politics. * Rashid Solh, former Prime Minister of Lebanon, and a leading figure in Lebanese politics. * Ali Zaatari (al-Haj Ali Zaatari), leading early to the middle of the 20th century businessman, landlord and agriculture entrepreneur, built a fortune with his brothers and sons. * Ahmad 'Arif Al-Zein, an early 20th-century Sheikh and eminent Islamic jurist-scholar, an educator and journalist who founded the learned "'Irfan" magazine. * Sulayman Al-Zein, former Minister of Education. See also Commons:Sidon


Ghana

active local groups worldwide. Total membership of FIAN currently stands at 3600 members and has twelve country sections: in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Ghana, Honduras, India (and there also in the states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal), Mexico, Norway, the Philippines, Sweden and Switzerland. The Co-Ordinations are: Bangladesh, Ecuador, France, Nepal, Netherlands


Sri Lanka

;Shankar Radhakrishnan HAI Bubbling over with devotion The Hindu news. The sections are first formed as co-ordinating groups in a country or region. At the local level, members of FIAN form groups mainly run by volunteers. FIAN has some 45 active local groups worldwide. Total membership of FIAN currently stands at 3600 members and has twelve country sections: in Austria, Belgium, Brazil

1999 work The Post and Courier accessdate 22 February 2011 from 1990 to 2002. It became a frequently cited source in the national financial press and television business news shows. LIFE also has links to pro-life groups in other countries, notably Malta, Sri Lanka and the Republic of Ireland. Although access to abortion is heavily restricted in Northern Ireland – much more so than in the rest of the UK – there are a number of active local LIFE groups


Honduras

has some 45 active local groups worldwide. Total membership of FIAN currently stands at 3600 members and has twelve country sections: in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Ghana, Honduras, India (and there also in the states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal), Mexico, Norway, the Philippines, Sweden and Switzerland. The Co-Ordinations are: Bangladesh, Ecuador, France, Nepal


Malta

to abortion is heavily restricted in Northern Ireland – much more so than in the rest of the UK – there are a number of active local LIFE groups in the region. The possibility of the extension of the 1967 Act to Northern Ireland has long been a source of heated debate (Abortion in the UK (Abortion in the United Kingdom#Northern Ireland)), although the British government has recently stated that there are no plans to amend the law in Northern Ireland.


Ecuador

level, members of FIAN form groups mainly run by volunteers. FIAN has some 45 active local groups worldwide. Total membership of FIAN currently stands at 3600 members and has twelve country sections: in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Ghana, Honduras, India (and there also in the states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal), Mexico, Norway, the Philippines, Sweden and Switzerland. The Co


Republic of Ireland

in England, 3.4% in Scotland, 2.1% in Northern Ireland, 2.1% in the Republic of Ireland, 1.2% in Wales and 0.3% born in the Channel Islands, with 6.1% of people being born elsewhere in the world. LIFE also has links to pro-life groups in other countries, notably Malta, Sri Lanka and the Republic of Ireland. Although access to abortion is heavily restricted in Northern Ireland – much more so than in the rest of the UK – there are a number of active local LIFE groups


Switzerland

or region. At the local level, members of FIAN form groups mainly run by volunteers. FIAN has some 45 active local groups worldwide. Total membership of FIAN currently stands at 3600 members and has twelve country sections: in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Ghana, Honduras, India (and there also in the states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal), Mexico, Norway, the Philippines, Sweden


Brazil

or region. At the local level, members of FIAN form groups mainly run by volunteers. FIAN has some 45 active local groups worldwide. Total membership of FIAN currently stands at 3600 members and has twelve country sections: in Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Germany, Ghana, Honduras, India (and there also in the states of Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal), Mexico, Norway, the Philippines, Sweden


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