Arab achievements in foreign countries

Arab achievements in foreign countries

Big and solid successes were written by Arab Americans in the United States, where about 3.5 million people reside in the United States of Arab descent.
April is considered the month of Arab American heritage, and on the occasion of the Arab American Heritage Month, we will shed light on the most prominent personalities who have made great contributions to society, whether in the field of science, politics, arts or other things, and as soon as their name is mentioned, one remembers her works:
The first of them is General John Abizaid, who was born to a Lebanese father who was the head of the Central Command in the American Armed Forces.

Writers and artists
Gibran Khalil Gibran, poet (Lebanese)
Mustafa Al-Akkad, director and film producer (Syrian)
Omar Sharif, actor (Egyptian)
Rima Fakih, Miss America 2010 (Lebanese)

Ray Lahoud, US Minister of Transportation (of Lebanese descent)
James Abu Rizk, Member of Parliament
George Mitchell, politician
Charles Boustany, Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from a Louisiana Territory (of Lebanese descent)
Mitch Daniels, Governor of Indiana (of Syrian descent)

Ahmed Zewail, chemist and winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1999 (Egyptian)
Elias James Khoury, a chemist who won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1990 (of Lebanese origin)
Michael Debagy, surgeon (of Lebanese descent)
Farouk El-Baz, Geologist (Egyptian)
Ghada Al-Mutairi, a scientist in the field of nanotechnology (of Saudi origin)

Steve Jobs, entrepreneur and co-founder of Apple (of Syrian origin)
James Zogby, Director of the Arab American Institute (of Lebanese descent)

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