|Lebanon Sites (151 - 165 of 211)|
Mohamad Jawad Khalifeh - Wikipedia
Information about Mohamad Jawad Khalifeh, a Lebanese Minister of Health in Lebanon.
Michel Pharaon - Wikipedia
Information about Michel Pharaon, Lebanese politician and Minister of State for Parliamentary Affairs in the Fouad Siniora Government.
Mustafa Dirani - Wikipedia
Information about Mustafa Dirani, a Lebanese member and in the position of the head of security in Amal Movement.
Muhammad Fneish - Wikipedia
Information about Muhammad Fneish, a Lebanese politician and Hezbollah representative in the Prime Minister of Lebanon Fouad Siniora's cabinet.
Trad Hamadeh - Wikipedia
Information about Trad Hamadeh, a Lebanese politician and Hezbollah representative in the Prime Minister of Lebanon Fouad Siniora's cabinet.
Hassan Sabeh - Wikipedia
Information about Hassan Sabeh, a Lebanese politician parliament member.
Joseph Sarkis - Wikipedia
Information about Joseph Sarkis, a Lebanese politician and Minister of tourism.
Fawzi Salloukh - Wikipedia
Information about Fawzi Salloukh, a Lebanese foreign Minister.
Samy Gemayel Official Website
Official website of Samy Gemayel, a Member of the Lebanese Parliament and President of the Kataeb political party in Lebanon. Biography and background information, news, law prosposals, media coverage, photo and video gallery, contact details and more.
Youssef Beik Karam - Wikipedia
Information about Youssef Beik Karam, a Lebanese leader who led the nationalist effort against the Ottoman occupation.
Antoine Zahra - Wikipedia
Information about Antione Zahra, a Lebanese Maronite politician, member of the Lebanese Forces party and has been a MP in the Lebanese Parliament as a representative of Batroun district.
Gebran Bassil - Wikipedia
Information about Gebran Bassil, a Lebanese minister and politician, member of Free Patriotic Movement in Lebanon.
Saadallah Howayek - Wikipedia
Information about Saadallah Howayek, a prominent politician of the Ottoman times in Lebanon and was elected to serve in the Administration Council for Mount Lebanon.
Georges Adwan - Wikipedia
Information about Georges Adwan, a Lebanese lawyer and politician, holding the position of vice president of the executive committee of the Lebanese Forces party.
A Lebanese political researcher and teacher. He teaches Middle Eastern studies at the American University of Paris and writes articles and studies on reforms, democratic transitions, elections, civil society and citizenship in Lebanon and the Arab region.