Internal Lebanon Security Updates

flag-waver

Legendary Member
I'm suprised the Jabal mohsn Alawists in Tripoli are well behaved lately
did you notice ?
now its against the christians it looks like. then it will an inner muslim fight. That is how it begins. They reckon our heads are low. We will show them.
 

Manifesto

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
Hmm…So, bodyguards are guilty for being bodyguards?


No, it was an attack by foreign armed Palestinian terrorists roaming freely (a Sunday morning, in front of a church) in Ain el Remmaneh against a Lebanese party.


We settled the issue of the bus.

As for Karantina, it was in retaliation for Damour and Jieh massacres by Palestinians and Syrians:

January 9, 1976 - Damour and Jieh massacres.

January 18, 1976 - Karantina battle.


I supported my facts with dates, names, places.

Where are your facts?

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Lol way to revise hisrory.
The Karantina and bus massacres took place BEFORE the Damour massacre. The latter was in retaliation to the Karantina massacre. Do you guys have no shame?
W adrab mennak yalleh 3emloulak like.

And yes, there's a difference between political vendettas between two militias, and deliberate attempts of ethnic cleansing against innocent civilians, no matter how much you try to spin the truth. If Amal thugs kill Geagea's bodyguards, does it make it OK for LF to go to Nabatieh and kill the women and children?

Kataeb's war crimes are well documented, so spare me the 'Christians were victims' narrative. The Christian far-Right got what they asked for.
The PLO and Kataeb were two militias doing what militias do best. There were no victims there.
 

Bandar

Well-Known Member
Orange Room Supporter
Lol way to revise hisrory.
The Karantina and bus massacres took place BEFORE the Damour massacre. The latter was in retaliation to the Karantina massacre. Do you guys have no shame?
W adrab mennak yalleh 3emloulak like.

And yes, there's a difference between political vendettas between two militias, and deliberate attempts of ethnic cleansing against innocent civilians, no matter how much you try to spin the truth. If Amal thugs kill Geagea's bodyguards, does it make it OK for LF to go to Nabatieh and kill the women and children?

Kataeb's war crimes are well documented, so spare me the 'Christians were victims' narrative. The Christian far-Right got what they asked for.
The PLO and Kataeb were two militias doing what militias do best. There were no victims there.
It was a demographic war and people have the right to defend themselves from ethnic cleansing.
 

Bandar

Well-Known Member
Orange Room Supporter
Lol way to revise hisrory.
The Karantina and bus massacres took place BEFORE the Damour massacre. The latter was in retaliation to the Karantina massacre. Do you guys have no shame?
W adrab mennak yalleh 3emloulak like.

And yes, there's a difference between political vendettas between two militias, and deliberate attempts of ethnic cleansing against innocent civilians, no matter how much you try to spin the truth. If Amal thugs kill Geagea's bodyguards, does it make it OK for LF to go to Nabatieh and kill the women and children?

Kataeb's war crimes are well documented, so spare me the 'Christians were victims' narrative. The Christian far-Right got what they asked for.
The PLO and Kataeb were two militias doing what militias do best. There were no victims there.
PS: Lebanon was not the only country that kicked them out. They landed in our country after being kicked out of other nations.
 

Patriot

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
Lol way to revise hisrory.
The Karantina and bus massacres took place BEFORE the Damour massacre. The latter was in retaliation to the Karantina massacre. Do you guys have no shame?
W adrab mennak yalleh 3emloulak like.

And yes, there's a difference between political vendettas between two militias, and deliberate attempts of ethnic cleansing against innocent civilians, no matter how much you try to spin the truth. If Amal thugs kill Geagea's bodyguards, does it make it OK for LF to go to Nabatieh and kill the women and children?

Kataeb's war crimes are well documented, so spare me the 'Christians were victims' narrative. The Christian far-Right got what they asked for.
The PLO and Kataeb were two militias doing what militias do best. There were no victims there.

Siege of Jiyeh and Damour begins​

Associated Timeline/Case:
The Two-Year War: February 1975– December 1976
Date of incident:
January 9, 1976
Actors/Parties Involved:
Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO)
National Movement (NM)
On January 9, 1976, five days after the siege of the Palestinian camps had begun, Palestinian armed groups laid siege to the two Christian towns of Damour and Jiyeh, located on the southern coastal road between Beirut and Saida, an area under the control of the PLO and NM. Militias cut off access to water, supplies, and electricity, and stopped the Lebanese Red Cross from entering to evacuate people wounded from the shelling assaults.
Primary category:
Raid
Read More at: Siege of Jiyeh and Damour begins Copyrights © 2019 Lebanon Support. All rights reserved.



Attacks during the siege of Jiyeh and Damour​

Associated Timeline/Case:
The Two-Year War: February 1975– December 1976
Date of incident:
January 16, 1976 to January 17, 1976
Death toll:
40persons
Actors/Parties Involved:
Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO)
National Movement (NM)
Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF)
On January 16-17, the PLO and NM entered Jiyeh and attacked one of the entry points to Damour, burning houses and killing 40 civilians, the majority of whom were women and children.
While Damour was under siege, one way out was kept open, and the Lebanese Army was telling people to flee from there. Some 6,000 civilians sought refuge in the neighboring town of Saadiyat, where then- minister of Interior and former president Camille Chamoun was staying. In the following two days, the civilians were evacuated by boat and Chamoun by helicopter, after which his residence was looted and burned on January 24.
Read More at: Attacks during the siege of Jiyeh and Damour Copyrights © 2019 Lebanon Support. All rights reserved.


Attack on Maslakh-Karantina camp​

Associated Timeline/Case:
The Two-Year War: February 1975– December 1976
Date of incident:
January 18, 1976
Death toll:
1 000persons
Actors/Parties Involved:
Lebanese Kataeb Party
National Liberal Party (NLP)
The Kataeb and PNL militias launched an attack on the Maslakh-Karantina area, bombing it with mortar shells. About 30,000 people inhabited the camp, including 13,000 Lebanese Shi’as, as well as Palestinian, Armenian, and Kurd refugees, besides the Palestinian armed groups. On January 19, they raided the area, going from house to house, shooting those who tried to escape. The number of casualties varies according to different sources; from 600 to 1,000 to 1,500. A number of survivors reportedly said that the Palestinian fighters in the camp were preventing noncombatants from escaping. At least 20,000 civilians were evacuated towards Tel al-Zaatar, Nabaa and West Beirut.
Read More at: Attack on Maslakh-Karantina camp Copyrights © 2019 Lebanon Support. All rights reserved.



Attack to empty Damour and Jiyeh​

Associated Timeline/Case:
The Two-Year War: February 1975– December 1976
Date of incident:
January 20, 1976
Death toll:
500persons
Actors/Parties Involved:
Lebanese Communist Party
Organization of Communist Action Lebanon (OCAL)
Al-Murabitoun (Independent Nasserist Movement)
Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO)
National Movement (NM)
Democratic Front for the Liberation of Palestine (DFLP)
As-Saiqa (Vanguard of the Popular Liberation War)
Fatah
The militias went into Damour and Jiyeh and proceeded to kill entire families, including children, women, and elderly people. Rapes, burning, looting, and destruction also occurred. Civilians who had sought refuge in the church were killed or summarily executed. Graves were desecrated. A priest who survived the attack reported that whole families were killed in their homes, many women were gang-raped, and few of them were left alive afterward. Between 150 and 500 civilians were killed that day, out of an estimated population of 35,000. The groups that took part in the attack were mainly formed of NM and PLO militias, DFLP, Fatah, as well as as-Sa`iqa, LCP, OCAL, and Murabitun. There was a decision to “empty the city,” and the operation was conducted under the command of Fatah and as-Sa`iqa.
Read More at: Attack to empty Damour and Jiyeh Copyrights © 2019 Lebanon Support. All rights reserved.
 

Mrsrx

Not an expert!
Staff member
lol seriously?

can we agree that everyone in the civil war killed each other?
Houwwe ballash!!! Everyone was shit and the Lebanese war never ended they just got disarmed and 3ayyato 3layoun in KSA ta ye2e3do 3a2lin w assaso 2 au coin. Proof they are all still here and heads of their parties.
 

flag-waver

Legendary Member
No we can't...
we're talking about the 1975 - 1976 events between christians and foreign barbaric invaders

Where's the 'civil' in this war ?

We dont even agree at what actually happened in this stage of history and we are ‘supposed to live’ with one another? Ridiculous country and the more it collapses the better. nchalla when it breaks we keep our 10 cazas or so and build a country. Let us then see how they live without our input. They would eat one another. Let one get funds from Iran and the other from KSA.
 

Manifesto

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
We dont even agree at what actually happened in this stage of history and we are ‘supposed to live’ with one another? Ridiculous country and the more it collapses the better. nchalla when it breaks we keep our 10 cazas or so and build a country. Let us then see how they live without our input. They would eat one another. Let one get funds from Iran and the other from KSA.

You disagree with history.
 

Manifesto

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
Houwwe ballash!!! Everyone was shit and theLebanese war never ended they just got disarmed and 3ayyato 3layoun in KSA ta ye2e3do 3a2lin w assaso 2 au coin. Proof they are all still here and heads of their parties.

True, everyone was shit, but can you deny it was Kataeb that commmitted the first two ethnic cleansing massacres? I find that rich for a party that claims its existence was under threat, when it was actually the one that started using indiscriminate violence against civilians.

Time to put that narrative to rest. Kataeb were a bunch of criminals (as were the PLO).
 

Mrsrx

Not an expert!
Staff member
True, everyone was shit, but can you deny it was Kataeb that commmitted the first two ethnic cleansing massacres? I find that rich for a party that claims its existence was under threat, when it was actually the one that started using indiscriminate violence against civilians.

Time to put that narrative to rest. Kataeb were a bunch of criminals (as were the PLO).
Quote me lamma tkhallis 75, 76, 77, 78 ...2017,2018, 2019, 2020 and nousal 3al 2021. You are a bit late to the party i did not live the war and i do not want to comment it in the wrong thread with you.
 

Manifesto

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
Quote me lamma tkhallis 75, 76, 77, 78 ...2017,2018, 2019, 2020 and nousal 3al 2021. You are a bit late to the party i did not live the war and i do not want to comment it in the wrong thread with you.

So why do you comment if you're not interested in debating? Distraction much?
Do not derail the thread please.
 

Mrsrx

Not an expert!
Staff member
So why do you comment if you're not interested in debating? Distraction much?
Do not derail the thread please.
To show how you are still living in a year you were not even born. Is this gonna equate to the 1400yrs mashkal? People need to move on or move away.
 

Manifesto

Legendary Member
Orange Room Supporter
To show how you are still living in a year you were not even born. Is this gonna equate to the 1400yrs mashkal? People need to move on or move away.

This would have made sense if the parties that took part in the civil war were no longer existant. But they are still going strong and people need to be reminded of their war crimes.

Dissussing historical events doesn't make you "someone stuck in the past", any more more than visiting a concentration camp makes you a Nazi.
 

Mrsrx

Not an expert!
Staff member
This would have made sense if the parties that took part in the civil war were no longer existant. But they are still going strong and people need to be reminded of their war crimes.

Dissussing historical events doesn't make you "someone stuck in the past", any more more than visiting a concentration camp makes you a Nazi.
Why start at 75? why not im 58? 53? 43? 21? 1913 (turkish flags are still flow in Tripoli and Beirut)?
Khalas ill let you argue with the rest (ive read these posts in like 5 threads already it weird you keep repeating yourselves with the same outcomes) enjoy.
 
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