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    Immigrants In Lebanon

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    drives people searching for a better living and future. In fact, it witnesses a massive number of immigrants from all around the world every year. Lebanon being a country always in external and internal conflict, it is unable to grant its citizens the level of life they have always wished for, pushing them far away from their homeland to other advanced nations such as the United States and Australia, seeking superior living conditions: “These parents fled to Australia because they chose peace, not war, because they did not want to raise their children in a climate of fear and oppression.”, explains Joseph Wakim in…

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    Syrian Refugees In Lebanon

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    Lebanon is a Middle Eastern country about a third of the size of Maryland. To the west is the Mediterranean Sea. Lebanon shares land borders with Israel to the south for 81 km and the rest stretching for 403 km with Syria. The Bekaa Valley separates Lebanon and the Anti-Lebanon Mountains that forms most of the border between Lebanon and Syria (Central Intelligence Agency, 2016). Lebanon is a diverse country with competing interests and ideologies. Christians make up 40.5% of the population…

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    Lebanon Research Paper

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    The foundation of the French Mandate for Syria and Lebanon played an integral role in shaping Lebanese politics and society, and in turn establishing factors that would make it prone to intervention. The French sought to make Lebanon as large as possible while still retaining a Maronite majority; a move that pleased the Maronites and brought out animosity among the Druzes and Sunni Muslims. Nationalists revolted against the French in the streets and through representatives in the government.…

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    Brain Drain In Lebanon

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    Brain drain is a phenomenon where the few intellectual civilians abandon their nations, seeking greater opportunities to prosper upon. Lebanese intellectuals and skilled workers aspire to a better future; as a result, fewer experts stay behind to run business as usual. Brain drain results in a loss of the hope left for our country Lebanon to flourish. Brain drain in Lebanon is indeed extracting all the great minds with true potential in taking this country to a whole new level. Lack of proper…

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    Lebanon Correction

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    Entering into Lebanon Correctional last Wednesday, I had expectations and prejudgments of the inmates that I prepared for myself mentally. With Lebanon Correctional being a third level prison, the exterior of the facility has barbed fencing and security, housing various criminals who have committed felonies. Before meeting the inmates, I expected them to be of the stereotypical dramatization that is portrayed in the media: intimidating, cold, threatening, possibly even sociopathic. With the list…

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    There are various factors relating to the Syrian refugee crisis that have strained Lebanon’s infrastructure and exacerbated the issues that the country faces. Lebanon’s institutions are no longer capable of handling the large amount of refugees with its current resources. There are currently over one million registered Syrian refugees in Lebanon within its 4.4 million Lebanese population (UNHCR). This means that nearly 1 out of every 5 people in Lebanon is a Syrian refugee. The infrastructure…

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    Nasrallah Leadership

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    become its salvation, a man who will be remembered in the books of history as one of its makers, a man who will move the stagnant water in the sea of the east that is full of servility and submissiveness. I will argue why Nasrallah strategic leadership model has succeeded while others failed? Hassan Nasrallah. Born in a small village called Bazouriyeh in South Lebanon in 31 August1960 in a very poor family. He was fond of reading and educating. He migrated with his family to the capital Beirut…

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    In September of 2015, the image of 3 year old Aylan Kurdi 's lifeless body being pulled from Turkish waters forced the world to shift its collective gaze towards Syria where thousands of individuals were risking their lives in order to flee their war-torn country. What began as a civil war, has resulted in the largest displacement of individuals since World War II. The Syrian refugee crisis is one of the most pressing issues that the world is facing today. The influx of refugees into…

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    Phonesian’s economy was based off of different items special to their homeland. They traded and used coins made of many types of metal. Phoenicians participated in three different types of trading. They exported materials, mostly cedar, from their homeland in Lebanon. They earned transport and middleman fees from the process of shipping items, like silver and controlled supply markets in the places they were in charge of. A popular item they traded was luxurious purple cloth. This was very…

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    be achieved with the infidels and apostates until leaders who obey the Islamic principles and state are put in place (Walt, 2015:2). The Hezbollah similar to ISIS has detested the US along with its ally, Israel. The 1982 Israel invasion of Lebanon had scared the Shi’ite community in the southern Lebanon that later resulted to its radicalisation and creation of Hezbollah. Yitzhak Rabin and Ehud Barak, former prime ministers of Israel admitted the role Israel played in creation of the radical…

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