Lebanon

What is Lebanon known for?


run national

, he left the UK, where he had sheltered for 20 years, for Lebanon. While there he was informed by the Home Office that he would not be allowed back into the UK. Lebanon's state-run National News Agency said on November 12, 2010 that Bakri

cleric Bakri publisher CNN date 21 July 2006 Lebanon's state-run National News Agency said on November 12, 2010 that Bakri was among 54 people sentenced by a military court to life in prison with hard labor after being accused of acts of terrorism.


based charity

. URL retrieved on 1 August 2011. Since 2010, he has been a patron of The SMA Trust, a UK based charity that funds medical research into the children's disease Spinal Muscular Atrophy (Spinal muscular atrophy), and the Unity Theatre, Liverpool. "Celebrities head up the battle to fight SMA". The SMA Trust. 21 November 2010. URL retrieved on 23 November 2010 (


series number


radio year

: www.npr.org about people bios nconan.html publisher National Public Radio year 2008 accessdate 2008-09-28 archiveurl http: www.npr.org people 2100380 neal-conan archivedate 2008-04-18 According to the 2006 Census, Bankstown had a population of 26,446. 50.7% of residents stated they had been born overseas, with the most common places of birth being Vietnam 11.8%, Lebanon 8.2%, China (People's Republic of China) 5.0


medical international

representatives from Palestinian communities in Jordan, West Bank, the Gaza strip, Syria, Lebanon, Kuwait, Iraq, Egypt, Qatar, Libya, and Algeria. Partners Harvard Medical International Harvard Medical School (HMS) has a medical-consulting arm, Partners Harvard Medical International (PHMI). PHMI has long-standing collaborative relationships with medical faculties at Ludwig Maximilians University in Germany and the Lebanese American University ( LAU

) in Beirut, Lebanon. Other long-standing relationships include PHMI’s work with Asan Medical Center in Seoul, South Korea, and Tokyo Medical and Dental University in Japan. In 2007, PHMI began a 10-year collaboration with Lebanese American University (LAU); in October 2009 the Lebanese American University (LAU) opened a new medical school with assistance from PHMI.


japanese tourists

-percent-in-2011.ashx#axzz1SE0e7i00 archiveurl https: web.archive.org web 20110716210658 http: www.dailystar.com.lb Business Lebanon 2011 Jul-16 Hospitality-revenues-plunge-40-percent-in-2011.ashx#axzz1SE0e7i00 archivedate 2011-07-16 title Hospitality revenues plunge 40 percent in 2011 publisher The Daily Star date 2011-07-16 author Qiblawi, Tamara accessdate 4 November 2011 The recent influx of Japanese tourists is probably the reason for the recent rise in popularity


regular green

locally is much similar to black charras or gardaa and is sometimes called sputnik, for it's less tiresome effect compared to the regular green or red export hashish. The tiresome effect is believed to come from the amount of leaf matter that adulterates the export hashish, but may also be due to the presence of male pollen. The similar (inferiour) kind of Hashish is also found in the cannabis steppes from Kazakhstan to Western China (Xinjiang). It is sometimes sold in its


free articles

: www.mirrorresilvering.com a_brief_history_of_mirrors.htm title A Brief History of Mirrors publisher Encyclopædia Britannica accessdate 2009-08-14 It was not until the 1st century CE (Common Era) that glass mirrors began to show up, now believed to have originated in Sidon, in what is modern-day Lebanon.


public movie

of the Information Ministry.


big celebrity

late husband, Fred, and gave a performance of The Rolling Stones staple "Gimme Shelter". As the closing number of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony, Smith's "People Have the Power" was used for the big celebrity jam that always ends the program.

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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