From father to son

Tuttle, Robert
January 1999
Middle East;Jan99, Issue 286, p50
Reports on the financial assistance extended by the administration of Lebanese prime minister Rafik Hariri to the fishermen of Ras Beirut Fisherman's Port. Reaction of fisherman Hasan Daouk about the prime minister's gesture; Factor that influenced Hariri to look at the plight of fishermen.


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