Articles in Lebanese Community, Entertainment, Technology, Church News and Food

Dr. Tatiana Dalati

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Arrived in Australia 1988 Studied in Russia and practised for 10 years in Lebanon. Supervised maternity and woman surgery in Tripoli, North Lebanon.... Read full article

Mahmoud Daher

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Arrived in Australia on October 24th 1970, with only $15.00 in his pocket and no family or friends. His first job was in Mascot in a meal factory like many other immigrants that helped build this country, meant being up by 4.00 p.m. and travelling...... Read full article

The beauty of Lebanon in Australia

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THEY primped and they preened, and after a few champagnes backstage strutted their stuff before an enthusiastic crowd of more than 500 people.... Read full article

Brothers Bshara and Charbel Fram

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Bshara Fram Born a twin to Tarik and Josephine on the 5ht July 1986 Began training and competing in Tae Kwon Do in 1993...... Read full article

Street coup for Australian Kfarsghab Association

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THERE’S a Parramatta Rd in the Lebanese village of Kfarsghab and now Parramatta is set to return the favour. Parramatta Council is considering renaming Amos St, east of Good St, Kfarsghab Pl in recognition of the ties our city has...... Read full article

Elias Youssef Trad

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Born in Barhalioun, North Lebanon in 1909, came to Australia at the age of 17. He immediately joined the Australian Army. Elias wanted to be a translator for the Australian troops in the Middle East. He served Australia with dignity and pride.... Read full article

Karim Kisrwani

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Karim Kisrwani arrived in Australia in 1957.He Began working in a factory then commenced importing goods from Lebanon. In 1969 opened his travel agency in which he located a Westpac Bank Branch, and was appointed as the first volunteered...... Read full article

Anthony Alexander Alam

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According to the Biographical Register of the New South Wales Parliament 1901-1970, Alexander Alam was born in Wallsend in 1896. He was the son of Joseph Alam and Mary Hashem who are described as being "storekeeper and Lebanese migrants".... Read full article

The catharsis of authentic Arab filmmaking

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Showing films from around the world is important for the construction of more complex narratives around non-Anglo cultures, particularly those involving women.... Read full article

Majida Abboud-Saab

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She studied Communications at the University of Technology, including radio, television, film and journalism. Majida has been involved in all aspects of broadcasting for a quarter of a century.... Read full article

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