When did Lebanese Civil War happen?
Lebanese Civil War happened on 1975-04-13.
The Lebanese Civil War ended with signing of the Ta'if Agreement in 1989. Read More
There were many causes for the Lebanese Civil War, but the greatest was likely the attempts of the PLO and other Palestinian Militant Organizations to coopt (through violence) the Lebanese Government to gain increased support for Palestinian Refugees in the country. Read More
There were numerous Palestinian Refugee Camps that were involved in the Lebanese Civil War. One of the darkest moments of the Lebanese Civil War was when the Israeli military assisted the Christians Falangists massacre the Palestinian Refugee Camps of Sabra and Shatila. Read More
It was the Lebanese Civil War. The Druse are Lebanese Muslims, and they fought against Lebanese Christians for many years. It was an internal power struggle which devastated the country, but peace was finally agreed upon and Lebanon is rebuilding. Read More
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Because it should be a lesson in the futility of a war that it destroyed a beautiful, peaceful country Read More
The civil war ended by the Syrians bombing the Lebanese presidential palace, then the Taif agreement, and a devastated Lebanon with a Syrian occupation. Read More
The Lebanese civil war took place from 1975 and ended in 1990. It took place in all of Lebanon. Starting from Beirut and ending in Byblos. Read More
The Lebanese civil war took place between 1975 and 1990 CE. It was caused by the displacement of a hundred thousand Palestinian refugees. This influx added to the already strained religious tensions. The militarization of the Palestinian refugees also caused an arms race among the Lebanese political factions and ultimately caused the break out of the civil war. Read More
The deaths of many innocents and the destruction of a once beautiful, productive country. Read More
All three have had civil wars in recent times: Syria: 2011-Present - Syrian Civil War OR Syrian Arab Spring War Lebanon: 1975-1991 - Lebanese Civil War Jordan: 1970-1971 - Black September OR Jordanian Civil War Read More
There have been two civil wars in the Sudan in recent history. The last civil war ended in 2005. It is impossible to predict when or if another Sudan Civil War will happen. Read More
It depends which civil war you are referring to. Read More
The first Lebanese people to migrate to Australia began in the 1870s, most were escaping economic hardship and religious and political persecution under the Ottoman Empire. Then a second wave a Lebanese people arrived in 1960s-80s following the Arab-Israeli War and the Civil War in Lebanon. Read More
The purpose of the UN troops was to try to end the Lebanese Civil War. Read More
What is the name of the Shi'ite militia meaning Party of God that was founded in 1982 in the midst of the Lebanese civil war?
is called Hezbollah. Read More
The Hundred Days War was a subconflict within the 1977-82 phase of the Lebanese Civil War which occurred at the Lebanese Capital Beirut. It was fought between the Christian Lebanese Forces (LF) militia, under the command of the Kataeb Party's President Bashir Gemayel, and the Syrian troops of the Arab Deterrent Force (ADF). Read More
There are 400,000 Palestinian Refugees in Lebanon. The Lebanese government actively excludes them from integrating into Lebanese society, including bans on living and working outside of the refugee camps. This leads to high unemployment and poverty in the camps, further fueling violence between Palestinians and Lebanese. This violence was amplified in the 1970s when Palestinian militant groups fleeing Jordan took root in Lebanon. In 1975, antagonism between the Palestinians and Lebanese was one of the… Read More
Second Liberian Civil War happened in 1999. Read More