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Dr. Mary Collins

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Born in Hamana Lebanon to Samira and Raymond George Chebib on December 7th 1965, she was the first of three children. In 1966 her family immigrated to Colombia, and after two and a half years again emigrated, but now to Brisbane Australia...... Read full article

George Khoury

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Born: 1929 Lebanon Died: 2000 Australia He obtained his high school education from the Gerard Institute, an American mission school in Sidon, South Lebanon.... Read full article

Joseph P Baini

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Born on the 27th of February 1944, in a village situated between Zgharta and Tripoli in Lebanon’s Northern Region, Mejdlaya. He is married to Mary and has four children, Colette, Tanya, Richard, and Natalie.... Read full article

Iconomos John Nicholas Shehadie

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Born in Lebanon in 1907 and arrived in Australia in 1923. He is the son of the first Antiochian Orthodox priest to arrive in Australia, the very Reverend Exarch Nicholas Shehadie.... Read full article

Hummus

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Hummus is one of the more popular Middle Eastern dips. Served with fresh or toasted pita bread, hummus makes for a great snack or appetizer. Tahini is an important part of the hummus recipe and cannot be substituted. However, it can be omitted.... Read full article

Karl Chehade

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Born in Lebanon in 1933. He is the oldest son of 9 children. Karl Chehade arrived in Australia in 1951. He spent the first 14 months in Sydney before departing to Adelaide.... Read full article

Hazem El Masri

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Hazem El Masri was born in Tripoli Lebanon in 1976, he began playing first grade with the Bulldogs in 1995. He established himself since as a star player who became an integral part of the Bulldogs first grade teams.... 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

John Symond

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John Symond was born near Goulburn in NSW, he studied one year of dentistry, two years of Arts and then Law. He established one of Sydney's biggest suburban legal practices.... Read full article

Iraqi Cuisine

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About Iraqi Food - Iraqi culinary culture is largely defined through religion. With the majority of the population Muslim, the cuisine is held together through adherence to the Muslim diet.... Read full article

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