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The first task in our business was establishing contacts.  Because we had business associates throughout America and Africa, this was relatively easy.  In addition, all our investors were bringing to the company many years of experience and through that, had already established many contacts.  We...

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The Africans

In the majority of them, it is disdained participation of the ethnic minorities, especially indians and blacks. When they appear in the didactic, either through texts or to illustrations, indians and blacks they are dealt with pejorativa, prejudiced or estereotipada form (Ori, 1996). Although the renewal...

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Faraway Land

Posted by Geneva | Posted in News | Posted on 10-05-2017


Distant land for me was in September 1948, traveling by boat from Beyrout to Marseilles, France from Marseilles aboard the ship Dezirade, a French ship, an unforgettable trip, was on that trip I could appreciate the distant, one-sided land longing and hope to arrive at Buenos Aires, know the images of my mother my brother and nephews, and on the other handbrothers and sisters, friends, my village where I was born and why not love, an adventure that cost me much support, was the longest of my life journey and wish more of my thought. I worked here, I took my home and my family, after eighteen years could return to the distant land where I was born to see my mom, there lived many emotions and joys, also beyond my longing for my distant land by Buenos Aires began the capital of Argentine tango, I was excited when heard in restaurants and excursions the cumparsita, that cumparsita which travels the world, also heard it on an excursion sailing on the Nile in Cairo, the same arose the desire to return to the field of my family to my dear wool city where I missed roots for fifty years. Anyway, beautiful to listen to the music and Arabic singing, savor the Arabic food in Buenos Aires and hear the cumparsita and eat Argentine beef, delicious Apple and drink mate daily in Damascus as well cut the distance between the peoples. And increasing mutual knowledge..

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