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Habeeb Salloum was born on 9 March, 1924 in Canada. Discover Habeeb Salloum’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 95 years old?

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Age 95 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 9 March 1924
Birthday 9 March
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Date of death 4 December 2019
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Nationality Canada

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Habeeb Salloum Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million – $5 Million
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“Moroccan Mint Tea”, (ed. S.Bard, B.Nielson & J. Spear), Steeped in the World of Tea, Northampton, Massachusetts: Interlink Publishing Group, 2005, pp. 135– 137.


“Medieval and Renaissance Italy: Sicily”, in Regional Cuisines of Medieval Europe (ed. Melitta W. Adamson), New York: Routledge, 2002, pp. 113–123.


“Why Travel”, The Right Angle – English Skills For College Students, Anjou, Québec: Les Éditions CEC, Inc., 2000, pp. 38–42.


“The Syrians” in the Encyclopedia of Canada’s Peoples (P.R. Magocsi, Editor), Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1999, pp. 1241–1246.


“Spanish Vegetarian Cooking Made Simple”, Vegan Handbook, (eds. D. Wasserman and R. Mangels), Baltimore: The Vegetarian Resource Group, 1996, pp. 117–120.

“Satisfying Vegetarian Foods from Middle Eastern Lands”, Vegan Handbook, (eds. D. Wasserman and R. Mangels), Baltimore: The Vegetarian Resource Group, 1996, pp. 121–125.

“The Wholesome Vegetarian Dishes of North Africa”, Vegan Handbook, (eds. D. Wasserman and R. Mangels), Baltimore: The Vegetarian Resource Group, 1996, pp. 126–129.


Contributor to The Recipes Only Cookbook, (ed. Carroll Allen), Toronto: Lorraine Grey Publications Limited, 1989, (7 recipes), pp. 57, 62, 89, 109, 126, 153, 208.


“Reminiscence of an Arab Family Homesteading in Southern Saskatchewan”, Canadian Ethnic Studies, The University of Calgary, Volume XV, Number 2, 1983, pp. 130–138.


“Reception pour un nouveau-né au Koweit”, in Villes et villages du monde, (ed. Elisabeth Plain), Toronto: Ginn and Company, 1979, pp. 180–199 (translation of 1977 publication “A Birthday Party in Kuwait”, World Communities).


“A Birthday Party in Kuwait”, in World Communities (ed. Elisabeth Plain), Toronto: Ginn and Company, 1977, pp. 180–199.


Salloum was raised in Saskatchewan on his family’s homesteaded farm. During World War II (1943–1945), he served in the Royal Canadian Air Force. When he finished his time with the RCAF, Salloum came back to Canada and started a new life in the city of Toronto. In 1950, in Toronto, he married Freda (née Abourezk, or Bourzk).


Habeeb Salloum, M.S.M. (9 March 1924 – 4 December 2019) was a prominent Arab-Canadian author and freelance writer. Salloum centered his writings on Canada, travel, and the culinary arts, Arab and world history, with a specific focus on cooking and tourism.


“George J.Salloum Family”, in Neville, The Golden Years 1900–1980, Saskatchewan: The Neville Celebrate Saskatchewan Heritage Committee, 1980.