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    because Jamez is a new member and needs 20 posts before he is allowed to enter the members forum (where this thread really belongs) we will allow this to remain in the open domain. once Jamez reaches 20 posts we will move it there.
    this is done as a courtesy to allow Jamez to continue veiwing this this thread.
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    thanks friend it will happen

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    hardin and el mina tripoli

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    Long ago my ancestral grandfather was born in Tyre and lived in Sidon, we had family in Beirut and Tripoli, nearly 900 years.
    Time to visit again I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Samaritan View Post
    Long ago my ancestral grandfather was born in Tyre and lived in Sidon, we had family in Beirut and Tripoli, nearly 900 years.
    Time to visit again I think.
    You have lebanese roots.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandra77 View Post
    hardin and el mina tripoli
    I think Saiid Shaaban of the Tawhid is from your village in Batroun or from a very nearby village. The land of the Saints (Batroun) never deserve such natives.
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    Yes, I am a descendant of the d' Montforts as well as Ibilin families and a few more. Medieval Crusaders.

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    both of my parents are from alma el shaab, southern lebanon. i was born in a car on an army checkpoint in yarin. but i'm from alma el shaab as well.
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    many of your probably already know from meeting you, so i will make you guess where im from (both parents).
    - It is the burial place of Patriarch Huwayk, the founder of modern Lebanon.
    - And if it were not for the Nuns from the Monastery in our Village, most of Lebanon would still be illiterate
    - Clear Consciences' village takes it's second name from mine..

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    It is 3ebreen in Batroun.
    I love every village in Batroun. Although my village is in Koura but it is directly on the borders with Batroun.
    Je défendrai mes opinions jusqu'à ma mort, mais je donnerai ma vie pour que vous puissiez défendre les vôtres.

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