READERS' LETTERS (LEBANON)
Please send us your opinions on our pages and also your memories of your travel to Lebanon. We will publish them in this page for the other readers to share your experience. Thank you very much for your time.
I would like to thank you for all of the wonderful information that you have provided me with. I am extremely interested in the Middle East countries and would like to read more. I am especially interested in Israel. If you have any more elaborate information on its fashion and culture that would be tremedous. I am looking into fashion merchandising
in that area and would like to find out as much as I can. Please send any available information.
Nicole Looney (email@example.com), U.S.A.
I wanted to explore the possibility of getting middle-eastern fashion jewelleries. Would you be able to provide me your catalogue of sample along with the pricing. I am planning to open a retail jewellery business and want to include middle eastern jewellery in my collection.
Seema Khan, U.S.A.
I was born in Lebanon and moved to the states 10 years later. My father still lives in Lebanon and I would like to find out how I could get a hold of him. I find myself constantly reminiscing about where I lived, the schools I attended etc. Sometimes I wish I
could go back to visit my homeland. Well I hope someone could tell me how I could get in contact with my dad.. He lives in Baskinta.
Thank you for your time.
Marie Karam, U.S.A.
Well done!! As a Lebanese living outside of Lebanon for over 20 years I was really proud to find such informative, factually correct and unbiased information about my home country.
I look forward to seeing these pages grow with even more useful information.
Well done, keep up the good work.
Karim Hajjar, Omman
I have read your page on Lebanon, and being of the blood I was quite impressed.
However, the roots of Lebanon run back 5000 years, and I take extreme offence at the fact that you classify us as Arabs....
Lebanese are not arabs, and if you would like a comprehensive history on Lebanon I will be glad to provide with one....
I am a historian and I have researched my roots and the roots of my country very deeply, therefore I know whats right and what isn't.
I suggest you change this embarressment on your page as it is a great site and I would hate to see such trivial a mistake tarnish its reputation.
Thanks and regards,
Keep up the Good Work...
It has been brought to my knowledge that Mstilslav Rostropovitsj and The Paris Philharmonics shall guest the Baabek festival this summer. Can You please give me the date for this event. Hopefully looking forward to a music holiday in Lebanon.
Svein Scheele, Norway
I just want to say that I really did enjoy reading your web. It did make me feel so close to the beauty and the nice memory that I have to Beirut even its been so long since I've been there, but I guess nice thought, you can't just forget all about it. I live in California and I work as an Architect.
I hope some day I'll go back to Lebanon where I can practice my job with my own family and friends, so tell now I well not say good-bye, but I'll just say see you guys soon and god bless Lebanon and its people.
Ahmad Y. Shariff, U.S.A.
I am from Beirut Lebanon and have been living in New York for 18 months.
My wife is an American and some day, I hope to take her to visit my homeland to meet my family and see the beautiful countryside.
I miss my country and appreciate the information you are providing about Lebanon, so all people can learn about it and hopefuly visit it someday.
Lebanon is alive and always will be. I hope in the not so distant future, relations with the United States will be re-established so that the travel be safe and the peace be maintained.
Gaby Minas, U.S.A.