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May Chidiac

May Chidiac is a journalist and former Lebanese Minister of State for Administrative Development. She courageously spoke out against Syria’s presence in Lebanon and survived an assassination attempt in 2005 that resulted in the amputation of her left leg below the knee. Despite the trauma, she returned to TV and later entered politics, inspiring people with her resilience.

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Layal Abboud

Layal Mounir Abboud is a Lebanese pop singer, folk music entertainer, and Muslim humanitarian. Born in the southern Lebanese village of Kniseh, she has made significant contributions to the music industry, especially in Lebanese folklore. Abboud’s captivating stage presence and commitment to humanitarian efforts have made her an influential figure in Lebanese society.

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Laure Moghaizel

Laure Moghaizel was a Lebanese attorney and prominent women’s rights advocate. She made significant contributions to society through her work in the legal field, her involvement in various organizations, and her unwavering dedication to promoting women’s rights. Moghaizel’s commitment to gender equality and women’s rights in Lebanon continues to inspire future generations.

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Zeina Akar

Zeina Akar, also known as Zeina Adra, was a prominent Lebanese politician and the first female Defence Minister in the Arab world. She played a significant role in shaping Lebanon’s political landscape and advocating for social development and female empowerment. Akar’s tenure was cut short following the devastating explosion in Beirut in 2020, but her legacy as a trailblazing female leader will be remembered in Lebanon’s history.

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