Find lots of great Lebanon videos below about:
- “My City Beirut” made by BBC News
- Listen to a Mijwiz (traditional Lebanese instrument)
- Music by Fairuz including “I love You Lebanon”
- Lebanese Pop including music by Nancy Ajram, Myriam Fares and Sabah
- How to Dabke (traditional dance)
- Phoenician History
- What Caused the Lebanese Civil War?
My City Beirut - BBC
Listen to a Mijwiz
Fairuz Singing - I Love You Lebanon
Fairuz Singing- Habbaytek Belsaif
Nancy Ajram - Lebanese Pop
Lebanese Pop- Myriam Fares
Lebanese Music - Sabah
How to Dabke- Basic Step
Saling with the Phoenicians
Is Beirut still haunted by the Civil War?
My City Beirut - BBC"My City Beirut" produced by BBC News 4 minutes
Listen to a Mijwiz1 minute 24 seconds
Fairuz Singing - I Love You LebanonSong with English translation. First sung in 1976, not long after the start of the Lebanese Civil War (1975-1990). Though many Lebanese fled during the Civil War, Fairuz refused to leave and created this song to talk about a future united Lebanon. Fairuz is possibly the most popular singer in the Arab world.
Fairuz Singing- Habbaytek BelsaifFairuz is a Lebanese icon and possibly the most popular singer in the entire Arab world.
Nancy Ajram - Lebanese Pop"Mashy Haddy" is a song by Nancy Ajram which roughly translates to "it's okay if you get jealous sometimes, you've been making me jealous for a long time."
Lebanese Pop- Myriam Fares"Kifak Enta" by Myriam Fares Chorus: How are you ? good ?! Do you still remember me ? Now you want me back, I don’t want you back .. (from lyricstranslate.com)
Lebanese Music - SabahSabah and Rola Saad sing "Yana Yana"
How to Dabke- Basic Step3 minutes 43 seconds
Saling with the PhoeniciansDocumentary by Discovery Channel, 24 minutes
Is Beirut still haunted by the Civil War?France 24 reports on the causes of the war, how it divided Beirut and how city has rebuilt. 17 minutes