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Easter Bkerke Pres Lahoud 2004 JPEG.jpg
Easter Bkerke Pres Lahoud 2004977 views
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Cheikh Amine el Khazen in company of UN secretary Kofi Annan975 views Cheikh Amine el Khazen
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Minister Cheikh Wadih el Khazen condoling Minister er Leyla Solh 28 april 2007973 views
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Dimane with Pres Lahoud and Cheikh Wadih el Khazen aug 15th 2005968 views
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Cheikh Abou Nawfal el Khazen958 viewsCheikh Abou Nawfal is appointed by Louis XIV as "Consul de France"
He is the first Lebanese to have this prestigious and powerful position. It is very important for Lebanese and especially the Christians of Lebanon since this will permit to extend their powers and offer more security and stability to the region.
Cheikh Abou Nawfal el Khazen
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Cheikh Amine el Khazen in company of the Mexican President Miguel de La Masud958 views Cheikh Amine el Khazen
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Lebanese Flag957 views
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Dining room in a house owned by a branch of the el Khazen family957 viewsThis house ornated with orchads is in a village right below Jaj called Saqi Rechmaya - This village is one of the very few stand of Lebanese Cedars other than the main stand in the North and the stand of arz el barouk. . Currently, it is a few hours away from the city unfortunatly it is not accessible by tourists. el Khazen came to Jaj around 1500 and then moved to Keserwan
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1858 Revolt956 views
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Cheikh Amine el Khazen in company of the Pope Jean-Paul II952 views Cheikh Amine el Khazen
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Garden of a house owned by a branch of the el Khazen family943 viewsThis house ornated with orchads is in a village right below Jaj called Saqi Rechmaya - This village is one of the very few stand of Lebanese Cedars other than the main stand in the North and the stand of arz el barouk. . Currently, it is a few hours away from the city unfortunatly it is not accessible by tourists. el Khazen came to Jaj around 1500 and then moved to Keserwan
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Passage en revue garde a Bkerke 25 11 2006943 views
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