Lebanese Greek include people originating from Lebanon who have migrated to Greece and Cyprus and their descendents.
History and settlement
Migration from Lebanon to Greece started after 1975 during the Lebanese Civil War. Most Lebanese came from Koura District in North Lebanon, which is mostly a Greek Orthodox area.
There are 20,000 Lebanese in Cyprus and 30,000 Lebanese people in Greece. During the civil war the number was higher,however after the end of the war many Lebanese returned to their homeland.