#Autism Together 2018 - Lebanon, On the occasion of the World Autism Awareness Month,  the International Lebanese Deserts runner, Ali Wehbi set a new Guinness world record for the Autism community around the globe. Officially Amazing "This record is dedicated to all persons with autism, all families dealing with it, all autism organizations offering support, research and treatments, each and every person is touched by it directly and indirectly



#The ReforestationRun by Ali WEHBI to raise awareness!
The Reforestation Run challenge of Ali WEHBI has come to an end after he has crossed 500km in all the Lebanese regions with an average of 70km a day!Ali-Wehbi-reforestation
WEHBI started his run in Becharri, in the North of Lebanon and finished in the South in Aitaroun. The challenge for Reforestation of Lebanon, who used to be called Switzerland of the East, started on May 21 and ended on the 27th 2016



Ali Wehbi, run the #ThePromiseRun for the Lebanese Red Cross, 1000km across Lebanon from June 1 to June 14 2015.

His run was no fun run. He's run was for a great cause. He run from one Lebanese Red Cross Blood Bank to the other all over Lebanon during these 14 days spreading awareness on blood donations and gathering people's promise to donate their blood when and where needed



Ali Wehbe, run in  April 2014 12 marathons in 12 days, around Lebanon, Beirut - Beirut. Wehbe, run a total of 700 kilometers and arrived to Zeitouneh Bay, (also his point of departure), at 2 p.m. Sunday April 13  2014. Wehbe runs an average of 40-50 kilometers per day, but sometimes run more depending on the terrain he is covering. 



On the occasion of celebrating the 150 years for establishing the International Committee of the Red Cross (1863). The Lebanese International Deseret runner Ali Wehbi, planted the flag at the North Pole on 90 degrees to the axis of the Earth as a humanitarian initiative and a gift from the Lebanese Red Cross to the International Committee of the Red Cross.



2011 he run The Lebanese Cost Run(240km) in 29hrs (with a twisted onckle) to fund raising for charity (Brave Heart Fund)



On Nov 17th,  2010 Ali Wehbi run 250km accross Antarctica to save lives of children suffering from congenital heart disease



In 2011 climb the Kilimanjaro summit, Tanzania, the highest mountain in Africa at 5,895 metres above sea level (the Uhuru Peak/Kibo Peak).climb was dedicated to Road For Life, raising awareness from car accident on road in Lebanon.



The first Arab ever to enter in the very private club of the 4deserts. An event where Until now hundred only a hundred and twenty five (125) individuals had succeeded in completing it. Deserts completed. 1000 kilometers in the hottest, coldest, windiest and driest deserts in the world.



From 9 to 20 of October 2008, Ali run, THE NORTH TO SOUTH RUN (N2SRUN). The N2S Run is a 243km, over 9 days to spread this year’s marathon message “WITH THEIR STRENGTH WE RUN AGAINST CANCER”.