Naameh massacre

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The Naameh massacre occurred on 9 October 1975. 30 October 1975: The village of Naameh in Lebanon was attacked by Palestinian/Syrian forces[1] and tens of civilians were killed.

Important to note that in 1948 the convents of Naameh sheltered Palestinian refugees in Lebanon.[2][3]

See also

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References

  1. Genocides, Crimes and Massacres Committed by the PLO and the Syrians Against the Lebanese (1975-2002).
  2. Mordechai Nisan (2004) "The Conscience of Lebanon: A Political Biography of Etienne Sakr (Abu-Arz)." p. 158
  3. Translations on Near East and North Africa (1975). p. 19 Because if fear did not haunt the Christians' nights, if it were not kept up and fed by certain massacres at Beit Mellat and Naameh, for example, massacres that the Front of Progressive Forces has certainly not failed to disclaim but whose  calls were left unanswered, since class warfare and the Jihad joined hands to fight together ...

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