List of Lebanese people in the Caribbean

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Curaçao[edit]

This is a list of individuals born in Curaçao of Lebanese ancestry or people of Lebanese and Dutch dual nationality who live or resided in Curaçao.

  • Isa, Ramez J(orge), byname Ronchi Isa (b. Oct. 17, 1917, Curaçao - d. March 17, 2005, Curaçao), prime minister of the Netherlands Antilles (1971, 1972-73)
  • Emily de Jongh-Elhage, former Prime Minister of the now defunct Netherlands Antilles
  • Abdul Nasser El Hakim, Curaçaoan businessman, politician and Minister of Economic Affairs

Dominican Republic[edit]

This is a list of individuals born in Dominican Republic of Lebanese ancestry or people of Lebanese and Dominican dual nationality who live or resided in the Dominican Republic.

  • Rafael Abinader, politician and writer
  • Luis Abinader, politician
  • Miguel Acta-Fadul, (ميخائيل الاكتع فضول), Dominican attorney and statesman
  • Yvonne Chahín Sasso, businesswoman and senator
  • Emil Kasse-Acta (اميل خصة الاكتع), Dominican physician
  • Rafael Kasse-Acta (رفائيل خصة الاكتع), Dominican physician, former rector, Universidad Autonoma de Santo Domingo (UASD)
  • Jacobo Majluta Azar, former President
  • Elías Wessin y Wessin, military commander and politician
  • Sandra Zaiter, Dominican–Puerto Rican actress and television personality

Haiti[edit]

This is a list of individuals born in Haiti of Lebanese ancestry or people of Lebanese or Haitian nationality who live or resided in Haiti.

Jamaica[edit]

This is a list of individuals born in Jamaica of Lebanese ancestry or people of Lebanese and Jamaican dual nationality who live or resided in Jamaica.

Puerto Rico[edit]

This is a list of individuals born in Puerto Rico of Lebanese ancestry or people of Lebanese, American, and/or Puerto Rican nationality who live or resided in Puerto Rico.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Fakhouries vouch for peace - Sister and baby brother look to go one-two in St Ann". Jamaica Gleaner. 2007-07-23. Archived from the original on 2010-05-29. Retrieved 2012-05-12. 
  2. ^ Edward Seaga: The Jamaican Visionary