What is Lebanon known for?

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of their economic and cultural contributions year 2000 publisher Universidad de Costa Rica location San Jose, CR However, the majority of these Middle Eastern immigrants were Christian - of the few Muslim families, little or nothing has been documented. A unique observation that should be mentioned is that it appears that these Muslim families made little effort towards spreading the Islamic religion in the country. Significant academic investigation in this field is still required

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School Trust (CAST), a charity for the purpose of training teachers and continuing the workshops in Lebanon and elsewhere. Jones, Catherine (27 August 2010). "PKFHSPKFHS creative-teaching-charity-100252-27146600 Liverpool actor David Morrissey launches a new creative teaching charity". ''Liverpool Echo'' (Trinity Mirror North West): p. 5

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, Twinkle, "Killer" Kane'' (1966). Though he achieved great critical success with these books — Marvin Levin in the ''New York Times'', for example, led off a review with "Nobody can write funnier lines than William Peter Blatty, a gifted virtuoso who writes like (S.J.) Perelman", sales and commercial acceptance were lacking. The conflict between Israel and the Arab countries has been described as a proxy war, with Israel acting as a proxy for the United States and the Soviet Union's proxies being Egypt, Syria, Jordan, and Lebanon., "Will new ‘Cold War’ play out in Middle East?", Leslie Susser, JTA.org, ''The Jewish Journal'', August 27, 2008 "Peace Process: American Diplomacy and the Arab-Israeli Conflict since 1967 (review)", Thomas A. Dine, ''Journal of Cold War Studies'' Volume 6, Number 2, Spring 2004 According to Pennsylvania State University Professor of Political Science Stephen J. Cimbala, this theater was the site of the greatest Cold War setback to America when, under the influence of anti-Israeli attitudes after the Yom Kippur War in 1973, American allies Saudi Arabia and Iran (under the shah (Mohammad Reza Pahlavi)) drifted from the American sphere of influence, leading to the 1973 oil crisis as well as the eventual Iranian Revolution in 1979. ''Politics of Warfare'', Stephen J. Cimbala, Penn State Press, 2004, ISBN 0-271-02592-1, 9780271025926 Life and career Ghiz was born in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, to Atallah Joseph Ghiz, a Lebanese (Lebanon) corner store owner, and Marguerite F. (McKarris). Ghiz was a graduate of Dalhousie (Dalhousie Law School) and Harvard (Harvard Law School) law schools and was a Charlottetown lawyer before entering into politics. He became president of the Prince Edward Island Liberal Party in 1977 and then party leader in 1981. His party lost the 1982 election but Ghiz was elected to the legislature (Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island) and became leader of the opposition (Leader of the Opposition (PEI)). He led the party to victory in 1986 with the Liberals gaining 20 seats to 11 for the Prince Edward Island Progressive Conservative Party. * '''Kuwait''': see Transport in Kuwait * '''Lebanon''': see Rail transport in Lebanon * '''Saudi Arabia''': see Rail transport in Saudi Arabia (Saudi Railways Organization) Middle East Cheek kissing in the Arab world is relatively common, between friends and relatives. Cheek kissing between males is very common. However, cheek kissing between a male and female is usually considered inappropriate, unless within the same family; e.g. brother and sister, or if they are a married couple. Some exceptions to this are Lebanon and some of the more liberal Arab countries, where cheek kissing is a common greeting between unrelated males and females in most communities, and the Lebanese custom has become the norm for non-Lebanese in Lebanese-dominated communities of the Arab diaspora. Normally in Lebanon, the typical number of kisses is three: one on the left cheek, then right, and then left between relatives. * Jordan (relations (Jordan – European Union relations)) * Lebanon (relations (Lebanon – European Union relations)) * Mauritania Early life Seyrig was the daughter of archaeologist Henri Seyrig and Hermine de Saussure, sister of the composer Francis Seyrig. She grew up in Lebanon and her family moved to New York (New York City) when she was 10 years old. When her parents returned to Lebanon in the late 1940s, she was sent to school at the Le Collège-Lycée Cévenol International, a unique secondary school in Haute-Loire, France, which had been founded by Protestant pacifists and social justice activists ten years earlier in 1938. Seyrig attended Cévenol from 1947 to 1950. - Lebanon Lebanese Arabic Western Aramaic language (Western Aramaic languages) and Phoenician language News reports on 15 July 2006 jerrypournelle.com stated that the ''Iwo Jima'', flagship of the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit, would be used to evacuate U. S. citizens from Lebanon after the Israeli Defense Force made the Beirut International Airport (Beirut International Airport) unusable through bombing its runways and fuel storage areas. This exercise was completed by 1st Battalion 8th Marines under the 2nd Marine Division (2nd Marine Division (United States)), the same unit that was attacked in the 1983 Beirut barracks bombing. Fruit production - crops The tree thrives throughout the tropics at altitudes of

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architect Edward Durell Stone and constructed from 1956 to 1958, the campus bears Stone's signature style of bold unified design, expressed by its towers, domes, fountains, soaring colonnades and sweeping canopy. The result is dramatically different from traditional university campuses with dispersed buildings and disparate architectural styles. The campus exemplifies the style Stone used in his major projects between 1953 and 1970, including the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, India; the Hotel


Armenian Religion*, dans Aufstieg und Nieder- gang der Romischen Welt, II, 18.4, p. 2679-2692, Berlin-New York, 1990., pg 2691: "A study of the pre-Islamic religion of the Kurds, an Iranian people who inhabited southern parts of Armenia from ancient times to present, has yet to be written" Discoveries from Kurdish Looms by Robert D. Biggs, Mary and Leigh Block Gallery, Northwestern University, 1983, p.9

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Brian Molko has referred to a period spent in his mother's home town of Dundee, Scotland, as "where I grew up".

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of Arabic instruments (trumbakke, mijwiz, zamour, tabal... etc.) and contemporary ones; and a brand new look for the album cover. ''Maghroumeh'' was another success from Karam. The title track, ''Maghroumeh (I am in Love)'', was shot as a video clip, and was the biggest hit off the album, hitting number one on most radio stations in the region. Other hits were the feisty ''Ghamza (The Wink)'' and the sad love song ''Noqta al-Satr (Somewhere along the line)''. To further '' Rotana Records

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was appointed First Commanding Officer in Southern Lebanon, serving as the army liaison between the Lebanese (Lebanon) Christian militias and Israel. He was Military Governor of Judea and Samaria (1978–81) and was Coordinator of Government Activities in the Territories from 1983 until 1984. He completed his military service with the rank of Brigadier General. He previously worked for the Associated Press and the ''New York Daily News'' covering the Internet

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Korea national football team North Korea . On 4 September 2003 Lebanon faced North Korea in Pyongyang. A goal from Buddy Farah saw Lebanon defeat the home side 1–0. It was reported that prior to the Lebanon-North Korea fixture the Lebanese camp had been mis-treated as hotel conditions were very poor and their training field contained goats and sheep.

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'''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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