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Tuesday, August 9th, 2016

Tacos Árabes – A Mexican Dish

Posted on YouTube: April 5, 2016

Apparently, the inspiration came from Lebanese immigrants to Mexico.

Friday, August 5th, 2016

History and Faiza Al Manzur Dancing at Lebanese Club, Uruguay

Posted on YouTube: Aug 5, 2016

At Punta Pocitos (a barrio in Montevideo), Uruguay.

The dancer is: Faiza Al Manzur

Her website is:

Her Facebook Link: (Click Here)

I really recommend seeing her website and facebook page.

Miss Al Manzur can usually be found at the Lebanese Club of Uruguay.

The Lebanese Club has a long history in Uruguay. It goes back to 1905, when Uruguay set out to outlaw Asian immigration, which would have prohibited Arab immigration. By that time, yes, even that early, the Lebanese and Syrian community in Uruguay was large enough to intervene and get an exemption for Syrians and Lebanese.

This is their history page (In Spanish). Be aware, however, it is connected with the Lebanese Embassy in Uruguay.

The point is: Even as early as 1905, there was a powerful Arab community in Uruguay.

Friday, July 29th, 2016

Brazilians Detain Lebanese Suspected Of Links To Hezbollah

Source: BIOBIO Chile Friday, July 29, 2016

The São Paulo military police arrested Nabha Lebanese Fadi Hassan, [on] Thursday night, suspected of having links with Shiite group Hezbollah , reported [by] the institution, one week before the start of the Olympic Games in Brazil.

[The] 42-year-old suspect was wanted by Interpol since 2013 on charges of international drug trafficking. He was arrested in the city of Caieiras, in the Sao Paulo metropolitan cord, said a note of the military police reported on its website. … (Read More)

Translated by Chrome app. I made some minor grammatical corrections: errors common to all translation engines. They always fail with pronouns and articles.

The News Source is Chilean, though the story concerns Brazil.

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