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  1. Lebanon is a democratic republic with a parliamentary system of government and a cabinet headed by a Prime Minister. (Web site)
  2. Lebanon is a fascinating combination of cultures and traditions interwoven through time. (Web site)
  3. Lebanon is a cursed country that needs immediate and comprehensive help to rebuild what has been destroyed by this hideous war.
  4. Lebanon is a densely wooded, mountainous country with spectacularly varied scenery.


  1. Arabic is the official language of Lebanon, but many Lebanese also speak English. (Web site)
  2. Arabic is a formal language that is not spoken today in any of the countries that use it as their official language. (Web site)
  3. Arabic is a poetic language, and poets are prized in Arab culture. (Web site)
  4. Arabic is a rich language for literature, culture and religious cleric. (Web site)
  5. Arabic is one of the defining traits of the people we call Arabs. (Web site)


  1. Beirut is a cosmopolitan city, with a mixture of European and Arab influences, but it is also a city suffering from the blights of poverty and warfare.
  2. BEIRUT: The Palestinian community in Lebanon is caught between two worlds.
  3. Beirut is a city of relentless surprise.
  4. Beirut is a city that vibrates with political culture and is defined by a history of social justice struggles. (Web site)
  5. Beirut is a melting pot of many cultures and shelters an incredible variety of languages, nationalities and religions.

History of Lebanon

  1. The history_of_Lebanon is a long and painful one. (Web site)
  2. The history_of_Lebanon is a troubled one.

Lebanese Government

  1. The Lebanese government is a fragile coalition that includes two Hezbollah representatives.
  2. The Lebanese government is a close ally of Israel's foe Syria, a Greater Lebanon sibling that was instrumental in ending the bloody civil war.
  3. The Lebanese government is a joke.

Middle East

  1. The Middle East is a historical and political region of Africa-Eurasia with no clear boundaries.
  2. Some writers include Egypt, or even Sudan and Libya, in their use of the term "Middle East". (Web site)
  3. The Middle East is a historical and cultural subregion of Africa-Eurasia traditionally held to be countries or regions in Southwest Asia together with Egypt.
  4. The Middle East is a historical and political region of Africa-Eurasia with no clear definition.
  5. The Middle East is a region that has been of prayerful concern for the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) for more than a century and a half.


  1. The Phoenicians are credited with the invention of the alphabet and its distribution.
  2. The Phoenicians were brilliant maritime traders.
  3. The Phoenicians were characterized by their chief competitors as intelligent, shrewd, cunning, proud, arrogant, mysterious, and intensely religious.
  4. The Phoenicians were good craftsmen and their skilled work was highly prized. (Web site)
  5. The Phoenicians were pioneers in democracy on the basis of written constitutions which became models for the old World to copy.


  1. The region was predominantly inhabit ed by Syria c speaking peoples. (Web site)
  2. The region was a territory of the Roman Empire and during the Middle Ages was involved in the Crusades.


  1. Tyre was a major Phoenician seaport from about 2000 BC onwards through the Roman period.
  2. Tyre was famous in Roman times for its silk products and for a purple dye extracted from snails of the genus Murex.
  3. Tyre was founded at the start of the third millennium BC and, today, still bears impressive traces of its ancient origins.


  1. The city is one of the handful in the nation that operates a government-run cable television, telephone, and Internet service provider. (Web site)
  2. The city was built facing an island to protect it from inland attacks. (Web site)
  3. The city was the region’s first independent state later in the 19th century when it possessed its own flag and anthem. (Web site)
  4. The city was under siege for four month till if fell to the Syrians.


  1. The French were given the mandate of Syria after World War I by the League of Nations; Lebanon was a part of that mandate. (Web site)
  2. The French were enraged by what they viewed as British manipulation of witness and testimony.


  1. Hezbollah is one of two major political parties that represent the Shiites in Lebanon, Lebanon's largest religious group.
  2. Hezbollah are not armed and supplied out of thin air.
  3. Hezbollah was initially aided and trained by Iran, and since the late 1980s, Hezbollah has also received backing from Syria.
  4. Hezbollah was welcomed among all the Lebanese as its Savior. (Web site)
  5. Hezbollah: a brief Guide for Beginners in expected in early summer, 2007. (Web site)

Lebanese Civil War

  1. The Lebanese civil war is a WHOLE other issue where ALL sides committed war crimes.

Lebanese Community

  1. Mr. Aoun was greeted by well over half of the local Lebanese community in Canberra.
  2. Lebanese community website. (Web site)
  3. I know that the Lebanese community is a culture that did that.

Lebanese Culture

  1. Lebanese culture is a Mediterranean culture.
  2. The Lebanese Culture is a really diverse culture.
  3. Lebanese culture is a blend of Arabic and recent Western culture, mainly France and USA.

Lebanese History

  1. The Lahoud regime is responsible for the most fragrant abuses of power and breaches of law in modern Lebanese history.

Lebanon Newspapers

  1. Lebanon newspapers and newsletters of all types.
  2. The most complete list of Lebanon newspapers.


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