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Iranians in Lebanon

Iranians in Lebanon
Total population
4,000[1] - 5,000[2]
Regions with significant populations
Beirut, Nabatieh
Languages
Persian and Arabic
Religion
Predominantly Islam, minority Christianity
Related ethnic groups
Iranians, Arabs, Azeris, Armenians, Lebanese, Turks

Iranians in Lebanon are people of Iranian background or descent residing in Lebanon. Some of them are Lebanese citizens while some are migrants/refugees or descendants born in Lebanon with Iranian heritage. Many Iranians in Lebanon live in Nabatieh. [3] Many of the Iranians in Lebanon are carpet traders. [2][1]

Notable people

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References

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