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List of Lebanese people in the United Kingdom

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List of Lebanese people in the United Kingdom

This is a list of notable British people with Lebanese ancestry or Lebanese people who have dual Lebanese and British nationality who live or resided in the United Kingdom.


Actors

Businessmen

Entertainment

Legal

Musicians

Scientists

Writers

Sport

  • AbdelGhany Ramadan Football player for Manchester City FC

See also

References

  1. ^ Skandar Keynes interview with Lebanese Journalist
  2. ^ Corrie's Samia Ghadie AND HER BIG NIGHT BEAUTY SECRETS
  3. ^ Ely Calil: International Man of Mystery from the Lagos Times 13 December 2010.
  4. ^ Caiger, Andrew; Simon Gardiner (2000). Professional sport in the European Union: Regulation and re-regulation. Cambridge University Press. p. 95.  
  5. ^ Dom Joly's Beirut fromThe Telegraph 15 September 2010
  6. ^ Life in technicolor from The Guardian 14 June 2009
  7. ^ Sarbel from MTV
  8. ^ Atiyah, Joe (2007), The Atiyah Family, retrieved 2008-08-14 
  9. ^ Letter From Virginia: On Naeem Murr, novelist and short story writer from The Daily Star 15 January 2005
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