|Lebanon Sites (46 - 60 of 211)|
Fady Abboud Website
Information about the Lebanese industrialist and politician Fady Abboud. Positions held include Minister of Tourism in Lebanon and President of the Association of Lebanese Industrialists (ALI).
Website dedicated to late Gebran Tueni, journalist, publisher, national activist and member of Parliament in Lebanon.
Pierre Amine Gemayel - Wikipedia
Information about the late Lebanese Minister and Parliament Member Pierre Amine Gemayel.
Charbel Nahas Website
Website provides a selection of texts prepared by Lebanese minister of communications Dr. Charbel Nahas in the course of his professional career, research and attempts to act on public matters.
Farid Haykal El-Khazen
Official website of Farid Haykal El-Khazen, a Lebanese politician and former minister and parliament member for the Keserwan District in Mount Lebanon.
Antoine Ghanem - Wikipedia
Information about the late Lebanese Parliament Member Antoine Ghanem.
Walid Jumblatt - Wikipedia
Information about Walid Jumblatt, Lebanese politician, parliament member and leader of the Progressive Socialist Party.
Hassan Nasrallah - Wikipedia
Information about Hassan Nasrallah, Lebanese religious leader.
Farid El Khazen Website
Official website of the Lebanese Parliament Member Dr. Farid Elias El Khazen. Biography, political life, speeches, publications and more.
Elie Hobeika - Wikipedia
Information about Elie Hobeika, Lebanese politician and minister. Phalangist and Lebanese Forces militia commander during the Lebanese Civil War. Assassinated in 2002.
Raymond Edde Website
Lebanese politician and statesman from the village of Edde, Lebanon.
Nassib Lahoud Website
Provides information about the Lebanese politician Nassib Lahoud, candidate for presidency in Lebanon.
Rafiq Hariri - Wikipedia
Information about Rafiq Hariri, Lebanese Prime Minister and international businessman. Assassinated in 2005.
A Lebanese politician and lawyer, son of former MP and Minister Sheikh Fawzi Hobeich. Elected as a Member of Parliament for the Akkar District in North Lebanon.
Bechara El Khoury - Wikipedia
Information about Bechara El Khoury, first Lebanese President after independence.