Ramzi Irani

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Ramzi Irani (Ramzi Albert Irani) was born on 21 June, 1966 in Hazmiyeh, Lebanon, is a Civil engineer. Discover Ramzi Irani’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 36 years old?

Popular AsRamzi Albert Irani
OccupationCivil engineer
Age36 years old
Zodiac SignGemini
Born21 June 1966
Birthday21 June
BirthplaceHazmiyeh, Lebanon
Date of deathMay 20, 2002,
Died PlaceBeirut, Lebanon
NationalityLebanese

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Who Is Ramzi Irani’s Wife?

His wife is Jocelyne El Khoury

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WifeJocelyne El Khoury
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ChildrenYasmine and Jad

Ramzi Irani Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2018-19. So, how much is Ramzi Irani worth at the age of 36 years old? Ramzi Irani’s income source is mostly from being a successful . He is from Lebanese. We have estimated Ramzi Irani’s net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Ramzi Irani

2003

Irani’s involvement in the Engineers Section of the Lebanese Forces led to the establishment of the Ramzi Irani Memorial Award, awarded to the three students of the Faculty of Engineering in Roumieh who have received the highest grades in mechanical engineering, civil engineering and electronic and computer engineering departments.
Since 2003, the LF students of the Faculty of Engineering in Roumieh have been holding a commemorative mass for Irani during May of each year. Also, the LF party celebrates the annual requiem mass in the Maronite Cathedral of St. Georges in the center of Beirut.

2002

Ramzi Albert Irani (Arabic: رمزي عيراني) (June 1966 – 20 May 2002) born in Lebanon was a well-known Lebanese Forces (LF) student representative at Lebanese University in Beirut. He was abducted and later found dead in 2002, following a series of events marking the eighth anniversary of the imprisonment of Lebanese Forces party leader Samir Geagea.

Irani was a well-known outspoken critic of the Syrian-occupied government in Lebanon. He led the Lebanese Forces in Lebanon’s Order of Engineers elections to win a seat on the order’s board for the first time, defeating Pro-Syrian and Hezbollah candidates. In 2000, Lebanese authorities briefly arrested Irani and he was released a short while later with broken ribs. After being released, Irani organized peaceful protests against the Syrian-occupied government of Lebanon and faced continuous harassment from Lebanese authorities.
On 21 April 2002, he gave his last speech in public, during the celebration of the eighth anniversary of the imprisonment of Lebanese Forces leader Samir Geagea at the Lebanese University Faculty of Law in Jal el Dib.

On 7 May 2002, Irani was walking down the popular Hamra Street on his way to celebrate the birthday of his 5-year-old daughter, Yasmina when he was kidnapped without a trace. His lack of resistance suggested that he knew who his kidnappers were. On 9 May 2002, Amnesty International issued a statement to express the fear that Irani could be detained incommunicado and subjected to torture.

Starting 8 May 2002, Ramzi’s friends began to receive brief anonymous phone calls during which callers would say that Ramzi’s car was seen in Beirut. After alerting the Police and visiting the places mentioned by the callers, it appeared that the claims were false.

1996

In 1996, he married Jocelyne El Khoury and had two children, Yasmine (born 1997) and Jad (born 1999) .

1966

Irani was born in Hazmieh on 21 June 1966 to a Maronite family. He attended Sisters of Ibrin School, Collège de la Salle in Clémenceau and Collège Mont-la-Salle in Ain Saadeh. He studied engineering at the Lebanese University Faculty of Engineering in Roumieh where he graduated with a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering in 1992. He worked in Total Liban in Beirut from 1993 until his death.