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Minister Cheikh Wadih el Khazen decorating Father George Khoury USJ on Behalf of President Emile Lahoud in Bkerke767 views
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House owned by a branch of the el Khazen family766 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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el Khazen Historical Picture765 views
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Mar Mekhail Church756 viewsthis is the church of the el Khazen family governor of Bilad Jbeil in their fief's seat Saqi Rechmaya
Cheikh Wadih El Khazen with president Emile Lahoud June 6th .jpg
Cheikh Wadih El Khazen with president Emile Lahoud June 6th755 views
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Cheikh Wadih el Khazen representing President Lahoud in St George Cathedral741 views
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Cheikh Wadih Rep Pres Lahoud St George Cathedral front736 views
Pic Wadih with Cardinal Maccarrik.JPG
Cheikh Wadih el Khazen With the Cardinal Theodore Mc Carrick catholic archibishop of washington DC.733 views
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Wealth Division Part II728 viewsWealth Division in "Ain Cheqaik" between the branch of Cheikh Khattar el Khazen branch and Cheikh Haikal el Khazen. Part II
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Khazen house entry gate717 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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The Maronite Bishop sent coffee in 1792 to the el Khazen family716 viewsThe Maronite Bishop sent coffee in 1792 to the el Khazen family. In the 18th and 19th centuries, coffee was scarce and expensive unlike nowadays where it can be found in many households.
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Cheikh Abou Kansou el Khazen716 viewsConsul de France
Cheikh Abou Kansou el Khazen
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