Posts Tagged ‘Beirut’ (4)

Chapter 4: FEAR Photos & Video

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

Hector – Zambia-Malawi Border

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Charles & Roger – Beirut, Lebanon

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Volunteering in Dangerous Places

Wednesday, April 17th, 2013

Erin in Druze DressWithout a doubt, Lebanon is one of the most complex countries I’ve visited. On one hand, you have the cosmopolitan capital, complete with a seaside Corniche, trendy restaurants, high-end shopping, and colorful street performers. On the other, Lebanon offers a …

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MESSAGE – Lebanon *Video*

Saturday, August 6th, 2011

Lebanon has a complex, multicultural population: roughly 60% Muslim and 40% Christian, and is made up of various different sects. Shiites comprise the largest Muslim group, while other Muslims are Sunnis and Druses. Among Christians, people follow the Maronite and …

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Joanne, Biladi Founder *Video* – Giving U™

Saturday, July 30th, 2011

Joanne - Profile

Meet Adventure Philanthropist Joanne Bajjaly, founder of the nonprofit organization Biladi, which means “My Country” in Arabic. Her nonprofit organization is dedicated to promoting and preserving Lebanon’s heritage.

Watch Joanne tell us about Biladi’s important work and the collaboration with …

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