Demographics of Lebanon
This article is about the demographic features of the population of Lebanon, including population density, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other as...
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Lebanese people
The Lebanese people (Arabic: الشعب اللبناني‎ / ALA-LC: ash-shaʻb al-Libnānī  [eʃˈʃaʕeb ellɪbˈneːne]) are the inhabitants of the country of Lebanon and their ancestors. The term may als...
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Lebanese diaspora
Lebanese diaspora refers to Lebanese migrants and their descendants who, whether by choice or coercion, emigrated from Lebanon and now reside in other countries. There are more Lebanese living outside...
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Antiochian Greeks
Antiochian Greeks, also known as Rûm, are ethnic Greek members of the Greek Orthodox Church of Antioch and Greek Catholic Christians, who have resided in Syria, Lebanon, and the Turkish province of Ha...
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Maronites
The Maronites are an ethno-religious group situated in the Levant, mainly in the area of modern Lebanon. They derive their name from the Syriac Christian Saint Maron, whose followers migrated to the a...
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Assyrians in Lebanon
Assyrians in Lebanon are people of Assyrian origin residing in Lebanon. Assyrians are a Semitic people who speak Mesopotamian Aramaic dialects and originate from Iraq. There are an estimated 40,000 t...
Museums in Lebanon
This is a list of museums in Lebanon.
Canadians in Lebanon
Canadians in Lebanon consists mostly of Canadians of Lebanese origin who returned to the country as well as expatriates from Canada. According to Canada's Department of Foreign Affairs and Internation...
Italian Lebanese
Italians in Lebanon (or Italian Lebanese) are a community in Lebanon with a history that goes back to Roman times.
In 64 B.C., the Roman general Pompey added both Lebanon and Syria to the Roman Re...
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Turks in Lebanon
Turks in Lebanon, also known as Lebanese Turks (Turkish: Lübnan Türkleri), are people of Turkish ancestry who have had a thriving presence in Lebanon since the Ottoman period up to today.
Leb...
Shi'a Islam in Lebanon
Shia Islam in Lebanon has a history of more than a millennium. According to CIA study, Shia Muslims constitutes 27% of Lebanon's population of approximately 4.3 million, which means they amount t...
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Palestinians in Lebanon
Palestinians in Lebanon refers to the Palestinian refugees, who fled to Lebanon during the 1948 Palestine war and their descendants, as well as Palestinians expelled from Jordan, following the events ...
Victor Scialac
Victor Scialac (Syriac: Naṣrallāh Shalaq al-'Āqūrī) was a Maronite priest who collaborated with French Orientalist François Savary de Brèves in the 17th century.Victor Scialac was a former students of...
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Greeks in Lebanon
The Greek presence in Lebanon is dated to ancient times, and the Phoenicians and Greeks (both maritime peoples) shared close ties. The Greek alphabet, for example, is derived from the Phoenician one. ...
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