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Lebanon Mountains

A range of Lebanon extending about 160 km (100 mi) parallel to the Mediterranean coast and rising to 3,088 m (10,131 ft).

Lebanon Mountains

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(Placename) a mountain range in central Lebanon, extending across the whole country parallel with the Mediterranean coast. Highest peak: 3104 m (10 184 ft). Arabic name: Jebel Liban

Leb′anon Moun′tains


n.pl.
a mountain range extending the length of Lebanon, in the central part. Highest peak, 10,049 ft. (3063 m).
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Summary: The Army detained a man who had allegedly planned to carry out a kidnapping in Mount Lebanon, the state-run National News Agency reported Saturday.
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The KRCS had distributed more humanitarian aid to some Syrian refugee families living in several areas in Mount Lebanon.
The tremor was felt in the capital Beirut, the Mount Lebanon areas of Keserwan and Jbeil, and the northern regions of Tripoli and Batroun, according to state-run National News Agency.
Hakim's brilliant account distinguishes itself from a nationalist historiographical consensus, which frames the creation of Lebanon as a longstanding, continuous ambition of the Maronite led community of Mount Lebanon.
Beirut, Jumada I 8, 1435, Mar 9, 2014, SPA -- The Office of the International Islamic Relief Organization (IIRO) of Muslim World League (MWL) in Lebanon continued the aid distribution to Syrian refugees in Lebanon, by the provision of food rations today to families in Beirut and Mount Lebanon.
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In his book entitled The society of Mount Lebanon at the age of the industrial revolution in Europe (whose translation into Arabic was delayed for decades), Dominique Chevallier proved that the comprehensive crisis which was sweeping the Ottoman Empire, in parallel to the acute pressures inflicted by the industrial revolution in the West on Ottoman economy and the demographic changes in Mount Lebanon, all led to the eruption of civil conflict twice in 20 years.
During his visit, several bi-lateral agreements are scheduled to be signed, "the most important of which is the cooperation agreement between the Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Agriculture of Beirut and Mount Lebanon and Monaco as well as the signing of agreements with some of the Arabic media," AN NAHAR reported.
The statement said that the new project "will reach residents in Baabda and Aley and parts of Metn district, southern Lebanon and Mount Lebanon in addition to 350,000 people living in the southern suburbs.
SHREWSBURY Marion Mattson Hill, 84, of Shrewsbury and formerly of Mount Lebanon, Penn.
The ERD has partnered with other groups to provide aid to people in Mount Lebanon, Tripoli, Beirut, Saida and Beqaa.