Kallas currently holds a bachelor’s degree in Arabic Language and Literature and a Master’s in Linguistics from the Faculty of Letters and Human Sciences at the Lebanese University.
He also has a Bachelor’s degree in Law and Administrative Sciences from the Faculty of Law and Political Sciences.
He also holds 2 doctorates in Arabic literature from Antonine University and the Lebanese University.
The now-minister has also published 17 books that range from media to linguistics and feminism.
Professionally, Kallas worked as a lecturing professor in the Lebanese University’s Faculty of Information. He went on later to become its administrator. He also worked as an editor for Annahar newspaper, covering culture pages.
He also held a position as the General Administrator for Research and Studies for the Lebanese Parliament.
As of Friday, September 10th, he is the Minister of Youth and Sports.
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