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Cheikh Amine el Khazen in company of the Mexican President Miguel de La Masud490 views Cheikh Amine el Khazen
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el Khazen House winter Arz Jaj487 viewsThis house ornated with orchads is in a village right below Jaj called Saqi Rechmaya - This village is one of the very few stand of Lebanese Cedars other than the main stand in the North and the stand of arz el barouk. . Currently, it is a few hours away from the city unfortunatly it is not accessible by tourists. el Khazen came to Jaj around 1500 and then moved to Keserwan
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Easter Bkerke Pres Lahoud 2004484 views
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Cheikh Walid el Khazen during the ceremony of obedience at Bkerke483 viewsUrl Cheikh Walid el Khazen Profile
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Passage en revue garde a Bkerke 25 11 2006483 views
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Cheikh Amine el Khazen in company of the Pope Jean-Paul II482 views Cheikh Amine el Khazen
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Cheikh Jean Philippe el Khazen in southern England477 views
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Courtyard in a house owned by a branch of the el Khazen family474 viewsThis house ornated with orchads is in a village right below Jaj called Saqi Rechmaya - This village is one of the very few stand of Lebanese Cedars other than the main stand in the North and the stand of arz el barouk. . Currently, it is a few hours away from the city unfortunatly it is not accessible by tourists. el Khazen came to Jaj around 1500 and then moved to Keserwan


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Patriarch Sfeir and PM Hariri469 views
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Garden of a house owned by a branch of the el Khazen family463 viewsThis house ornated with orchads is in a village right below Jaj called Saqi Rechmaya - This village is one of the very few stand of Lebanese Cedars other than the main stand in the North and the stand of arz el barouk. . Currently, it is a few hours away from the city unfortunatly it is not accessible by tourists. el Khazen came to Jaj around 1500 and then moved to Keserwan
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1858 Revolt459 views
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