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Although he stood on the general threshold in his 50’s, Mr. Nabil Asilym as a businessman still enjoys the vitality and enthusiasm of the young people all set with hope, despite the darker scenes  surrounding them, he is tireless of looking forward and relentless to pursuit towards greater achievements.

 

Coming from a simple and modest family of four brothers and five sisters, forth in line, and his father owned a shop to sell vegetables in the eastern market place.  Like many from his generation, Mr. Nabil engaged in the practical life since childhood, especially since his father had a philosophy of life that the girl should study but the boy should work.

 

Mr. Nabil quotes: in 1971 I was 8 years old and so began working in sewing workshops earning 10 pennies a week, and when I was 10 years I started helping my father in selling vegetables.

 

The childhood that Mr.Nabil grew distributed between studying and working, from predawn hours he went to work in the vegetable market and afterwards heading straight to school, and to come out of school to continue work at the sewing workshop. In the evening, he concludes the day by helping his father in selling vegetables, as the sewing was more of a hobby than an actual job.

 

In 1981, Mr. Nabil possessed all the sewing skills to enable him to set up and open his own sewing factory at the age of 17, and so began working with the Israelis tailor’s, but the work stopped the following year in 1982 because of the war in Lebanon. Long afterwards, in 1984, Mr.Nabil sought to study fashion design in France and with that he sold all the sewing equipment and operator’s that he owned, then he presented his papers for admission to one of the French institutes.  However the health of his mother was deteriorating who was not satisfied with his path, which pushed him into retreating from his travels to France. 


Although he stood on the general threshold in his 50’s, Mr. Nabil Asilym as a businessman still enjoys the vitality and enthusiasm of the young people all set with hope, despite the darker scenes  surrounding them, he is tireless of looking forward and relentless to pursuit towards greater achievements.

 

Coming from a simple and modest family of four brothers and five sisters, forth in line, and his father owned a shop to sell vegetables in the eastern market place.  Like many from his generation, Mr. Nabil engaged in the practical life since childhood, especially since his father had a philosophy of life that the girl should study but the boy should work.

 

Mr. Nabil quotes: in 1971 I was 8 years old and so began working in sewing workshops earning 10 pennies a week, and when I was 10 years I started helping my father in selling vegetables.

 

The childhood that Mr.Nabil grew distributed between studying and working, from predawn hours he went to work in the vegetable market and afterwards heading straight to school, and to come out of school to continue work at the sewing workshop. In the evening, he concludes the day by helping his father in selling vegetables, as the sewing was more of a hobby than an actual job.

 

In 1981, Mr. Nabil possessed all the sewing skills to enable him to set up and open his own sewing factory at the age of 17, and so began working with the Israelis tailor’s, but the work stopped the following year in 1982 because of the war in Lebanon. Long afterwards, in 1984, Mr.Nabil sought to study fashion design in France and with that he sold all the sewing equipment and operator’s that he owned, then he presented his papers for admission to one of the French institutes.  However the health of his mother was deteriorating who was not satisfied with his path, which pushed him into retreating from his travels to France. 


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