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Lebanon greatest writer, artist and poet Joubran Khalil Joubran said and then quoted  by John F. Kennedy:
"Ask not what your country can do for you but what can you do for your country"
Now we ask you the following questions: "Do you love your country? Do you love Lebanon? Would you like to change things in Lebanon?
If your answer is yes, then join us, otherwise we hope you give us a chance to change your mind.
Before explaining what the WLCU stands for, allow me to answer a question that is on the mind of every Lebanese when we ask him to join us.
"What is it for me? Why should I join? I am unable to change things in Lebanon, I no longer have relatives in Lebanon and do not care any more"
It is now my turn to ask you: "What language do you speak at home? In what language do you worship and where do you practice your religious beliefs? Who are your firends? Why do you have an Arabic satellite? On whose principles do you raise your children? 
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Lina Cahill elected as Miss Emigrants in Morocco for the year 2014 – 22 June 2014

WLCU NGO Committee:

- Chief Administrative officer: Eng. Anis Garabet
- Main Representative: Dr Nick Kahwaji 
- Alternate Representative: Sid Chidiac 
- Consultants:  Eng. Georges Abi Raad; Attorney Steve Stanton

“Lebanese Americans have played a great role in the history of the United States, with major achievements in medicine, business, law, government and the arts....Through your dedication to the principles of constitutional democracy and your faith in America’s future, you have made the Lebanese-American community a vital force in our society and an aspiration to all Americans.” (President Bill Clinton, 1992)
Do you recognize your compatriots?