Letter from Mr. Maher Nasser, Director of the Outreach Division of the Department of Public Information.

Already three years of the online publication: “the Lebanese Heritage” and we would like to hear your opinion:   How are we doing?
This question was sent to members and friends, we would like to share with you 3 answers only:

Simon Fraser University:( World Literature) Professor Ken Seigneurie:

“…Even though I’m not Lebanese, I am one who is interested in Lebanon and I appreciate the non-sectarian, intelligent approach of the “the Lebanese Heritage” publication. I especially appreciate the historical documents on a range of topics, for example, about the Jews of Lebanon. Most recently, I read Selim Abu’s 2001 speech (in English!) that is as fresh and courageous today as it was then. Many thanks for this great service!


Warm regards,

Ken “
Lebanese Emigration Research Center: Dr Guita Hourani

” Dear Dr. Kahwaji,

We at the Lebanese Emigration Research Center (LERC) of Notre Dame University-Louaizé commend you and the team of the Lebanese Heritage for a job well done.
The articles you are publishing are very informative and interesting.
We will continue to send our news and also to write articles that are of interest to your readers.
We look forward for a long-lasting cooperation for the benefit of our people around the world.

Yours sincerely,

Dr. Guita Hourani, MA, MURP, PhD


North Carolina State University:Bearta Al-Chacar Powell.

“…I recently ran across your website and have enjoyed all the articles I have seen. I added the website to the Triangle Lebanese Association and I have put it in our newsletter to direct people to your website, as I think many people would enjoy reading it. 

I think it’s just a matter or time before the word spreads more about the website. I am happy to help any time….

Thank you again for a wonderful website and I am helping spreading the word as much as possible.


Dear Reader  we would like to hear from you! Please post your comments below.
The Editorial team

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