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According to watchtutorials, Lebanon has a population of about 6 million people. The majority of the population is made up of Arabs and Kurds, with smaller populations of Armenians, Circassians, and other ethnicities. Christians make up the majority of the population, with approximately 54% belonging to various Christian denominations. Muslims make up around 45%, while Druze account for the remaining 1%. The vast majority of Lebanese people are living in urban centers such as Beirut, Tripoli and Sidon. The population is growing rapidly due to high fertility rates and a large influx of refugees from neighboring countries. The country has welcomed over 1 million refugees since 2011, mostly Syrians but also Palestinians and Iraqis. This influx has put a strain on resources in Lebanon, causing overcrowding in some areas and an increase in poverty levels. Despite these challenges, Lebanon remains one of the most diverse countries in the Middle East with an impressive mix of cultures that enrich its society. See localtimezone for Lebanon Population and Language.

Lebanon Political System, Famous People, Animals and Plants

Lebanon: Political System According to EQUZHOU.NET, Lebanon is a parliamentary republic with a constitution from 1926 that was amended several times, most recently in 1999. The unicameral parliament has 128 members (half Christian and half Muslim) and is elected by the people for 4 years. See AbbreviationFinder for more information about Lebanon politics, and acronyms… Read More »

Lebanon Market Opportunities

MFA: Strategic opportunities for foreign exporters For more than a year, Lebanon has been struggling with a combined crisis – financial and economic, a deepening crisis linked to the covid-19 pandemic and subsequently exacerbated by the August explosion in the port of Beirut. In October 2019, the Lebanese economy found itself in a financial crisis… Read More »

How to get to Lebanon

Overview Lebanon is a country in Asia according to a2zgov. Lebanon is a kaleidoscope of Mediterranean coastline, rugged mountain peaks and fertile valleys in an area no more than 225 km long and 46 km wide. Once called the Paris of the Middle East, Beirut juts far out into the Mediterranean Sea. High mountains tower… Read More »