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Even though the number of Levantine-Egyptians still in Egypt is drastically low today, the Syro-Lebanese community retains its strength in some aspects of the cultural and entertainment industries.

The reason immigrants from Lebanon and Syria were considered one ethnic group was because during the mid-1800s, Lebanon was not yet an independent state and was still part of Ottoman Syria, or "Bilad al-Sham" in Arabic, hence their label as "Shawam" or "Shami".

Organ donation campaigner Lucia Mee has been awarded a British Empire Medal for her work on raising organ donation awareness.

Mirren, but the fans settled the score in the stands with a friendly snowball fight, with a TV pundit also being targeted.

The Levantine community in Egypt counted more than 100,000 members at the turn of the 20th century: civil servants, hairdressers, cobblers, drivers, engineers, dentists, doctors, shopkeepers, painters.

Their aggregate wealth was reckoned at one and a half billion francs, that is 10% of the Egyptian GDP.

The reason immigrants from Lebanon and Syria were considered one ethnic group was because during the mid-1800s, Lebanon was not yet an independent state and was still part of Ottoman Syria, or "Bilad al-Sham" in Arabic, hence their label as "Shawam" or "Shami". Organ donation campaigner Lucia Mee has been awarded a British Empire Medal for her work on raising organ donation awareness. Mirren, but the fans settled the score in the stands with a friendly snowball fight, with a TV pundit also being targeted.The Levantine community in Egypt counted more than 100,000 members at the turn of the 20th century: civil servants, hairdressers, cobblers, drivers, engineers, dentists, doctors, shopkeepers, painters.Their aggregate wealth was reckoned at one and a half billion francs, that is 10% of the Egyptian GDP.Muhammad Ali Pasha endorsed various ethnic and religious groups, including Syro-Lebanese, Greeks, Armenians, Jews, Italians, and Maltese to settle in Egypt.