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The Lebanese Collection By David Cullen
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THREE FULL-LENGTH NOVELS featuring Captain Jihad Merhi of the Lebanese Internal Security Service and Captain Fadi Lattouf of the Palestinian Civil Police. THE BAALBECK DECISION: What links a series... More > of murders in the Bourj el-Barajneh refugee camp with the assassination of Prime Minister Rafic Hariri? Merhi and Lattouf race against time to prevent the event which will change Lebanon forever. THE BYBLOS DISCOVERY: 'Sajida was right' - a cryptic message leads to murders in New York and Lebanon and sends Merhi and Lattouf on a chase to find al-Mahdi. Is the world ready for The Second Coming which could blow the Middle Eastern order apart? THE BEIRUT CONFESSION: As civil war rages in next door Syria, Merhi and Lattouf have to find a spy in the security services - before the spy finds them.< Less
Lebanese Food Bonanza By Mathilda Hallak
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Lebanase Food Bonanza was compiled to recreate the aromas and mouth watering flavours of authentic and traditional home grown Lebanese dishes which you would not normally find on a typical restaurant... More > menu. Contains over 100 recipes which are easy to prepare suitable for both the novices and expert cooks< Less
THE BUSINESS OF TRAINING IN THE LEBANESE MARKET: By George El Rahbani
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Following up from the narrow subject area, choosing this title came as a clear demonstration of how the research is going to take place using data gathered from Lebanese consultancy agencies... More > operating and conducting training to provide employees with specific skills or helping them correct deficiencies in their performance. Hence we conclude after this research the desired training skills in most of the Lebanese companies adopting the developments effort which provide employees with abilities needed in the future.< Less
Saint Rafqa, The Lebanese Nun By Fr. Paul Sfeir
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The life of a Saint
The lebanese cuisine-The fritters- By Nora Ibrahim
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If you haven’t already tried an authentic Lebanese cuisine, then now is the time for you to learn some delicious recipes! I did my best to provide you with the traditional versions. In the... More > Lebanese cuisine, the fritters are a part of the mezze. It starts with the carefully prepared dough, then the filling which will ultimately determine the name of the fritter: falafel, kibbeh, samboussek, rikakat… We switch from one taste to another with many different flavors. I suggest you to join me in this tasteful presentation.< Less
Wings Of Exile: Portrait of a Lebanese Family By Tanya Julien
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Beirut, 1979. A little girl, Carla, listens in fear to the sound of her city’s martyr under bombs and shelling. War rages on but people still spend week-ends at the beach, family reunions still... More > take place and everyone is trying to live life to the fullest, as if each moment was the last. The fighting intensifies and it is time to set off for Cyprus, leaving the land of her roots behind. Next move to Belgium, where she discovers Northern Europe and is now clearly in exile. From 1979 to 1996, this is the story of a Lebanese woman’s nomadic destiny, like so many, suffering from a never-ending war yet keeping the wildest hopes, the strength of a family fragmented around the world, its traditions, and above all, fantastic resilience and an appetite for life.< Less
Lebanese Cuisine: Recipes From the Heart By Trinie Rawson
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The recipes in this book are inspired by my Great Grandmother "Lulu" who arrived in America from Lebanon in the late 1800s.
The Lebanese Maronite Order - Milestones and Educational Methods By Kozhaya Akiki
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History of an order of monks
'Not my mothers Lebanon' A story of three diverse Lebanese youth who collectively change the face of Lebanon and the Arab world By Douglas George Hamatie
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In 2011's 'Not my mothers Lebanon' author Douglas George Hamatie has once again taken the reading world & creative world by storm. Set during the summer months of the infamous 'Arab Spring' 'Not... More > my mothers Lebanon' takes the outside world on an intimate journey of three young adults, all with diverse cultural & religious backgrounds, who meet by chance, and help each other to succeed in keeping with cultural customs while at the same time coping with personal challenges. This novel will rivet the readers imagination and expell the importance of change, but a new change not just limited to presidential monarchies - 'Not my mothers Lebanon' is due out online and in bookstores on March 1st, 2012 - for best viewed research visit www.LuLu.com or www.Amazon.com and seek the author Douglas George Hamatie< Less
So That the Poem Remains: Arabic Poems by Lebanese-American Youssef Abdul Samad, Selected and Translated by Ghada Alatrash By Youssef Abdul Samad & Ghada Alatrash
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Youssef Abdul Samad's poetry is animated by extravagant lyricism that is both intense and disarming. His poetry delves deep into the human condition, the mundane, sublime, and political; all with... More > precision and pleasing detail. Life's issues are couched in an elegant and eloquent style that is simultaneously profound and accessible. Ghada Alatrash's translation is informed and compassionate. It is a faithful, elegant, and poetic interpretation of Samad's soaring emotions and observations.The resonant poetic voice that she has transmitted into English is as melodious and clear as the Arabic original. - Dr. Mansour Ajami, literary critic The Poet: Born in Ras al Maten, Lebanon, YOUSSEF ABDUL SAMAD is a businessman in New York and has published 5 volumes of Arabic poetry. The Translator: GHADA ALATRASH immigrated from Syria to the USA in 1986. She's a columnist for Gulf News. She taught English at Abu Dhabi Women's College and Arabic at U. of Oklahoma. A member of New Pen League, she lives in BC, Canada.< Less