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1858 Revolt1008 views
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Cheikh Walid el Khazen and His Beatitude Maronite Patriach Bechara al-Raai1734 views
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Cheikh Abou Kansou el Khazen961 viewsConsul de France
Cheikh Abou Kansou el Khazen
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Cheikh Abou Nader el Khazen1178 viewsCheikh Abou Nader el Khazen has protected Fakhredine and his brother from the Ottomans. Because of his actions Fakhredine has managed to survive and to reign Lebanon.
Url Cheikh Abou-Nader el Khazen
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Cheikh Abou Nawfal el Khazen1025 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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Papers giving the permission in 1750 for the maronite clergy to use Bkerke995 viewsPapers showing that Cheikh Khazen el Khazen and Cheikh Jneid el Khazen from the branch of Cheikh Khattar el Khazen (son of Consul Cheikh Fayad abou Kanso el Khazen) gave the permission for the Maronite Clergy to use Bkerke.
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Bkerke picture1270 viewsBkerke el Khazen wakf
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Cheikh Fady el Khazen in company of Donna Shalala, Mr Joe Aboukhater and Hania Aboukhater1818 viewsDonna Shalala, Former Secretary of State for Health and Human Services under the Clinton Administration (and the longest to serve in the post)
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Cheikh Walid with his sons Cheikh Sary and Cheikh Chafic, and his daughter Tayma during the ceremony of obedience at Bkerke2067 viewsUrl Cheikh Walid el Khazen profile
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The Maronite Bishop sent coffee in 1792 to the el Khazen family962 viewsThe Maronite Bishop sent coffee in 1792 to the el Khazen family. In the 18th and 19th centuries, coffee was scarce and expensive unlike nowadays where it can be found in many households.
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Cheikh Chafic el Khazen recieving Special Emissary, Ambassador of the United States Mr Raymond A. Hare1087 viewsUrl Cheikh Chafic el Khazen profile
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Cheikh Chafic el Khazen in company of the American Officials in Lebanon1326 viewsUrl Cehikh Chafic el Khazen profile
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