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Terracotta figure of a tambourine player, Phoenician, from Tharros, Sardinia, 7th-6th century BCE. From a tomb at Tharros, the most important Phoenician trading centre on Sardinia.Phoenician colonies were established on the island as of the 8th BCE. Phoenician Culture British Museum

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Sukkar Banat (2007) - Vrouwen in kapsalon in Libanon

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La liseuse by Fatima El Hajj born 1953 in Wardanieh, Lebanon

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De vluchtroute #1: Bestemming Amsterdam - Pakhuis de Zwijger

Shakira maternity pic with her baby daddy. - Page 2

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Vrouwen in het Midden-Oosten en Noord-Afrika stuiten nog steeds op de grootste barrières als zij opkomen voor hun rechten. Partnerorganisatie CRTD.A (Collective for Research and Training on Development-Action), gevestigd in Libanon, keert zich tegen de discriminatie van vrouwen. Klik om meer te lezen.

WHERE DO WE GO NOW Trailer 2012 Movie - Official [HD] - Why you should care: Where Do We Go Now? - the second film by Lebanese director/actress Nadine Labaki, after 2007’s acclaimed Caramel – premiered at Cannes in 2011 and went on to win the People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival. The rare film that tackles contemporary religious conflict with comedy instead of tragedy, Where Do We Go Now? offers unique insight into a culture woefully underrepresented in film.

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| S 101. Zahleh, dorpje in den Anti-Libanon. Syrië., c. 1867 - c. 1876 | Portret van twee totaal gesluierde vrouwen. De foto is onderdeel van de door Richard Polak verzamelde fotoserie van Syrië.