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Media personality Amer Al-Shaar, hosted by businessman Imad Matar





Media personality Amer Al-Shaar, hosted by businessman Imad Matar
5/20/2024
(See translation in Arabic section)
Sydney - Middle East Times Int’l: Businessman Imad Matar, brother of Lebanese MP Ihab Matar, was invited to an honorary dinner in Sydney in honor of the journalist Amer Al-Shaar, in the presence of the coordinator of the Future Movement in Sydney, Khaled Al-Sheikh, businessman Jean Deeb, and colleagues Anwar Harb, Joe Khoury, Sayed Mikhael, and Nadine. Shaar, Kamil Shalala, and Messrs. Tawfiq Nasouh and Khaled Al-Kurdi.
Matar, Harb, and Al-Shaar spoke on the occasion, welcoming Al-Shaar among his family and friends, and stressing the importance of communication between resident Lebanon and expatriate Lebanon.
Imad Matar and  Amer Al Shaar
They also praised what MP Ihab Matar achieved and praised the role of the Future Movement and the role of martyr Prime Minister Rafik Hariri. They hoped that Lebanon would rise from its decline with the energy of its loyal children at home and abroad.
With some friends during the dinner
During the dinner
Imad Matar and  Amer Al Shaar

 














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