|Lebanon Sites (91 - 105 of 206)|
George Hawi - Wikipedia
Information about George Hawi, Lebanese politician, former Secretary General of the Lebanese Communist Party. Assassinated in 2005.
Leila Al Solh
Leila Al Solh Hamadeh, is the daughter of the Lebanese Prime Minister Riad Al Solh, and aunt of Prince Al Waleed bin Talal. A former Minister of Industry, a social and humanitarian activist, Vice President of Alwaleed bin Talal Humanitarian Foundation.
BBC Profiles - Rafik Hariri
Biography from BBC News.
Michel Murr - Wikipedia
Information about Michel Murr, Lebanese politician, parliament member and minister.
Man Hum - Who are the Candidates?
Website dedicated to the 2009 parliamentary election in Lebanon. Detailed listing of the candidates, statistics, past elections results, election laws and more.
A Lebanese photographer, blogger and award winning cyber-activist with focus on human rights and democracy. An advocacy expert and lecturer, media consultant, voted among most influential people in the Middle East. Founder and CEO of Empower Advocacy.
Raymond Edde - Wikipedia
Information about Raymond Edde, Lebanese politician and statesman.
Charles Debbas - Wikipedia
Information about Charles Debbas, Lebanese President and legislator before independence.
Fadi Abou Jamra
Official website of Fadi Issam Abou Jamra, a Lebanese businessman and political activist residing between Lebanon and Qatar. Candidate for the Lebanese Parliament in 2018 elections, for the Hasbaya / Marjeyoun / Bint Jbeil / Nabatieh District.
Elias el Murr - Wikipedia
Information about Elias el Murr, Lebanese politician and Minister.
Neemat G. Frem
Official website of Neemat G. Frem, a Lebanese entrepreneur, industrialist, community advocate and nationalist. President and CEO of INDEVCO multinational manufacturing group. President of the Maronite Foundation. Board member of a number of associations.
Razi El Hage
Official website of Razi Wadih El Hage, a political activist and economist, Director of Dr. Wadih al-Hajj Foundation. Founded a number of youth and political movements and associations. Candidate for the Parliamentary Elections for the Metn District.
Rene Moawad - Wikipedia
Information about Rene Moawad, Lebanese President and political leader.
Ibrahim Hussein Berro - Wikipedia
Information about Ibrahim Hussein Berro, Lebanese politician.
Saad Haddad - Wikipedia
Information about Saad Haddad, Leader of South Lebanon Army.