Wehbe Katicha (Arabic: وهبي قاطيشا, born in 1943) is a Lebanese politician and a former general in the Lebanese Army. He is currently the adviser to head of the Lebanese Forces party, Samir Geagea.
William Amine Hawi (also written: William Haoui), – (September 5, 1908 – July 13, 1976), (Arabic: وليم أمين حاوي) William Hawi joined the Kataeb Social Democratic Party in 1937 (Arabic: الكتائب اللبنانية) better known in English as the Phalangist party organization, a right-wing political party in Lebanon.
Charles Debbas (Arabic: شارل دباس) (16 April 1885 - 1935) was a Greek Orthodox Lebanese political figure. He was the first President of Lebanon and served from September 1, 1926 till January 2, 1934, under the French Mandate of Lebanon. He also served as speaker of the Lebanese Parliament from January 30 to October 31, 1934.
Metropolitan Elias Audi is the current Metropolitan bishop of the Greek Orthodox Church for the Archdiocese of Beirut, Lebanon. He was elected by the Holy Antiochian Council on 5 February 1980.
George N. Atiyeh (1923 – April 21, 2008) was a Lebanese librarian and scholar. He was head of the Near East Section of the Library of Congress from 1991 to 1994.
Saint Raphael of Brooklyn (November 20, 1860 – February 27, 1915), also known as Father Raphael, was born as Raphael Hawaweeny (Arabic: رفائيل هواويني) in Beirut, Lebanon, of Damascene Syrian parents of Greek Orthodox Antiochite-Byzantine origin. He was first educated at the Damascus Patriarchal School that had become the leading Greek Orthodox institution of higher learning in the Middle-East under the leadership of Saint Joseph of Damascus. He furthered his study of Christian theology at the Patriarchical Halki seminary in Turkey, and at the Theological Academy in Kiev, Russian Empire (now Ukraine).
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