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GENERAL MICHEL AOUN
REFUGEES
MILITIAMEN
HUMAN LIFE
END
LEBANESE ARMY
FIRST STAGES
DRUZE
PALESTINE LIBERATION ORGANIZATION
PLO
MILITIAS
MILITIA
LEBANON
BSHARRI
LEBANESE CIVIL WAR
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Definitions

  1. In the Lebanese civil war, an estimated 3,641 car bombs were detonated.
  2. After the Lebanese Civil War, the community's emigration appears to have been completed; few remain in Lebanon today.
  3. During the Lebanese Civil War, the PLO first fought against Maronite militias, then against Israel, then, finally, against the Syrian-supported Amal militia. (Web site)

General Michel Aoun

  1. Lahoud served under General Michel Aoun during the final years of the Lebanese Civil War (1975-90). (Web site)

Refugees

  1. The Lebanese Civil War claimed the lives of 150,000 people and created hundreds of thousands of refugees.

Militiamen

  1. After the Lebanese Civil War began in 1975, the Tigers, strong of 3,500 militiamen fought the Lebanese National Movement (LNM) and its Palestinian allies. (Web site)

Human Life

  1. The Lebanese Civil War lasted fifteen years, devastating the country's economy, and resulting in the massive loss of human life and property. (Web site)

End

  1. Following the end of the Lebanese civil war in 1989, Israels actions in southern Lebanon were directed at the Hizbullah. (Web site)

Lebanese Army

  1. September 1991: With background in the Syrian controlled end of the Lebanese Civil War in October 1990, 2,800 Amal troops join the Lebanese army. (Web site)
  2. Lahoud was an officer in the Lebanese Army under General Michel Aoun during the dying days of the Lebanese Civil War in 1989.

First Stages

  1. Black Saturday was a series of massacres and armed clashes in Beirut, that occurred in the first stages of the Lebanese Civil War.

Druze

  1. The Druze also played a major role in the Lebanese Civil War (1975 – 1990).

Palestine Liberation Organization

  1. May 31 - Syria intervenes in the Lebanese Civil War in opposition to the Palestine Liberation Organization whom it had previously supported.

Plo

  1. The PLO became a powerful force and played an important role in the Lebanese Civil War.
  2. Habash aligned the PFLP with the PLO and the Lebanese National Movement, but stayed neutral during the Lebanese Civil War in the late 1970s. (Web site)
  3. The PLO played an important part in the Lebanese Civil War.

Militias

  1. Starting in the mid-1970's, militias fought each other in the Lebanese civil war. (Web site)

Militia

  1. When the Lebanese Civil War began, Frangieh maintained a militia, the Marada Brigade, under the command of his son Tony. (Web site)
  2. Most Palestinians are Sunni Muslims, and Lebanese Sunnis used Palestinians as their militia during the Lebanese civil war (1975-1990). (Web site)

Lebanon

  1. Lebanon and the Lebanese Civil War In the mid-1970s, Arafat and his Fatah movement found themselves in a tenuous position. (Web site)
  2. The presence of Syrian troops in Lebanon dated to 1976, when President Hafiz al-Asad intervened in the Lebanese civil war on behalf of Maronite Christians. (Web site)

Bsharri

  1. During the Lebanese civil war (1975 - 1990), Bsharri was a bastion of Christian resistance against Leftist forces.

Lebanese Civil War

  1. United Nations Security Council Resolution 1559 called for the disarmament of militia[87] with the Taif agreement at the end of the Lebanese civil war.
  2. Although hesitant at first to take sides in the conflict, Arafat and Fatah played an important role in the Lebanese Civil War.
  3. During the Lebanese civil war (1975–1990), Bsharri was a bastion of Christian resistance against Leftist and Islamist forces.

Categories

  1. Transportation > Borders > Districts > Bsharri
  2. Africa > Middle East > Lebanon > Taif Agreement
  3. History > Castles > Fortification > Bastion
  4. Country's Economy
  5. Militia
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