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(Address Book)
Nothing found matching the word "Mediterranean" in Address Book. ...
... out the sunset at the very famous corniche in West Beirut. Have a coffee from one of the most famous coffee dudes in the Middle East, Abu Ali, as you let your eyes gaze over the Mediterranean while wondering ...
4. Missed the Friday Morning Run - Friday, June 10, 2011
(Health and Fitness/Friday Morning Running Blog)
... Mediterranean was under Greek influence for a very long time. The Greeks were the philosophers and teachers and the Lebanese were the traders. When the Lebanese established Carthage, it was for the purpose ...
5. Lebanon Harboring History
... they traded throughout the Mediterranean and out into the Atlantic Ocean. Their ships were innovative, influencing ship design for centuries. They were also influential in another way—they were the ...
6. A Trail Of Promise
... beneath a snow-capped summit or a shepherd leading his goats through mist along a rocky plateau, a canopy of cedars or a breathtaking view of the Mediterranean on the horizon. Last ...
... resulted in the discovery of thirteenth-century mural paintings of extraordinary quality, with inscriptions in Greek and Syriac. These are being restored by a team of the Polish Centre for Mediterranean ...
8. Learning the Alphabet
(Kaftoun/Village Articles)
... only. I say it aloud, with the class. Daaaaal. I am completely unrecognizable as a woman of Arab descent, unless you count a dark mole near my eye as mildly reminiscent of the Mediterranean. ...
9. Quest for the Phoenicinas
...  البحر They were the envy of the Mediterranean and their seafaring skills were legendary. But who exactly were the Phoenicians, what became of them and what was the ...
10. Sex Outside Marriage - A Biblical View
(Kaftoun/General Articles)
... by "holiness and honor." Paul is most explicit in his condemnation of prostitution. He asks the Corinthians who lived in the celebrated sex center of the Mediterranean world: "Do you now know ...
11. Iraq and Vietnam Wars - Comparative Analysis
(Kaftoun/General Articles)
... War Powers," Mediterranean Quarterly (Vol. 14 no. 3(2003)), Project Muse [Online Database]; accessed May 2005. 1-5. Barbara Slavin, "Questions for Rice Have Been Waiting a While," USA Today (18 January ...
12. Museums
... Wildlife Tyre city center, (07) 343016/7, Open daily from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. One thousand different marine species are displayed including 25 species of Mediterranean ...
... by his unsuccessful attack on the British forces protecting the Suez Canal, in February 1915, he initiated a blockade of the entire eastern Mediterranean coast to prevent supplies from reaching his enemies. ...
... it caries with it from the flowering orange trees in the valley below. The gushing waters of the el Jaouz River break over the large boulders in the valley on their final journey to the Mediterranean. ...
... of the Presanctified Gifts and was delighted afterwards to talk to a busload of English children who had stopped off here on a Mediterranean educational cruise. I think that they were a little puzzled ...
16. The Arab Bridge
(Kaftoun/General Articles)
...  T The repositories of knowledge in Baghdad might have remained out of reach of the West, but for the fact that the Arab empire stretched across the Mediterranean to the Iberian Peninsula. From ...
17. My first visit to Kaftoun!
(Kaftoun/Village Articles)
... Commanding views of the eastern edge of the Mediterranean Sea filled my senses. Between the sea view and the steep mountains climbing to the interior of Lebanon, my head was spinning with the commanding ...
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