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Miniara (Arabic: منياره) (also transliterated Minyara) is a village in Akkar Governorate, Lebanon, 9 kilometers east of the Mediterranean Sea, and 3 kilometers south of Halba. The population is between 7,000 and 10,000.
Miniara is the birthplace of Ibrahim Beik El-Sarraf, the first member of the Lebanese parliament to represent the Christian seat of Akkar for 2 terms when Lebanon was still a French Mandate, and his younger brother "Afandi" Zeki EL Sarraf the first mayor in the municipality of Akkar in his village Miniara.
The population is religiously diverse. A Christian village but of several different denominations with a majority of Greek Orthodox and including Melkite Greek Catholic, Maronite Catholic, and Evangelical.
The majority of Miniara's teenage population is either in high school or has completed high school.
Miniara has both private and public schools.
- Saint Joseph's High School
- Saint Joseph's Elementary School
- Ecole Nationale Orthodoxe (E.N.O)
- Modern School
- Miniara Female Public School
- Miniara Public High School
- Miniara Boys Public School
- "Municipal and ikhtiyariah elections in Northern Lebanon" (PDF). The Monthly. March 2010. p. 21. Archived from the original on 3 June 2016. Retrieved 4 November 2016.
- Minyara, Localiban
- Al Mustaqbal - article on Fouad Ibrahim Sarraf accessed January 13, 2007.