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this guy hates lebos: http://spaces.msn.com/members/dino-bano/PersonalSpace.aspx?owner=1 The population of Lebanon comprises many different ethnic groups and religions, including numerous Christian and Muslim sects. ... Lebanese is the spoken language of modern-day Lebanon, also used around the world by a large Lebanese diaspora. ... Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ... Beirut, the largest city in Lebanon, has long been a thriving metropolis, known, especially in a period immediately following World War 2, for its European-style art and intellectualism. ...
Until the outbreak of the Lebanese Civil War, Beirut, the capital of Lebanon, noted for its wide boulevards, French-style architecture, and modernity, was called the Paris of the Middle East.
Lebanese law does not provide for Civil marriage (although it recognizes such marriages contracted abroad); efforts by former President Elias Hrawi to legalize civil marriage in the late 1990s foundered on objections mostly from Muslim clerics.
Despite their European resemblance, the Lebanese are proud of their Levantine heritage and have made Lebanon and in particular Beirut, the cultural center of the Arab world.
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