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List of Lebanese people in the Caribbean

 

List of Lebanese people in the Caribbean

Contents

  • Curaçao 1
  • Dominican Republic 2
  • Haiti 3
  • Jamaica 4
  • Puerto Rico 5
  • See also 6
  • References 7

Curaçao

This is a list of individuals born in Curaçao of Lebanese ancestry or people of Lebanese and Dutch dual nationality who live or resided in Curaçao. Isa, Ramez J(orge), byname Ronchi Isa (b. Oct. 17, 1917, Curaçao - d. March 17, 2005, Curaçao), prime minister of the Netherlands Antilles (1971, 1972-73).

Dominican Republic

This is a list of individuals born in Dominican Republic of Lebanese ancestry or people of Lebanese and Dominican dual nationality who live or resided in the Dominican Republic.

Haiti

This is a list of individuals born in Haiti of Lebanese ancestry or people of Lebanese or Haitian nationality who live or resided in Haiti.

Jamaica

This is a list of individuals born in Jamaica of Lebanese ancestry or people of Lebanese and Jamaican dual nationality who live or resided in Jamaica.

Puerto Rico

This is a list of individuals born in Puerto Rico of Lebanese ancestry or people of Lebanese, American, and/or Puerto Rican nationality who live or resided in Puerto Rico.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Fakhouries vouch for peace - Sister and baby brother look to go one-two in St Ann". Jamaica Gleaner. 2007-07-23. Retrieved 2012-05-12. 
  2. ^ Edward Seaga: The Jamaican Visionary
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