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Lebanese Jamaicans refers to Jamaican citizens of Lebanese origin or descent. There are around 20,000 Jamaicans of Lebanese origin. Jamaica has the second largest Lebanese population in the Caribbean, after Haiti.
The Lebanese also introduced the popular flat bread known as "Syrian bread", a staple of their diet in Jamaican cuisine.
Surnames of families in Jamaica
Ammar, Azan, Bardowell, Dabdoub, Fadil, Feanny, Haddad, Hamaty, Hanna, Issa, Karam, Khaleel (formerly Malik), Khoury, Mahfood, Matar, Shoucair, Marzouca, Sleem, Subban, Younis, Zacca and Ziadie.
- Lady Colin Campbell, Author, socialite, radio hostess
- Lisa Hanna-Panton, Miss Jamaica and Miss World 1993
- Shahine Fakhourie Robinson, Jamaican Labour Party politician and Member of Parliament
- Edward Seaga, former Prime Minister of Jamaica
- Ziadie family
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