sabra and shatila
On September 16, 1982, Christian Lebanese militiamen allied to Israel entered the Palestinian refugee camp of Shatila and the adjacent neighborhood of Sabra in Beirut under the watch of the Israeli army and began a slaughter that caused outrage around the world.
Sabra & Shatila. Kahan Commission. Report. Israeli troops allowed the Phalangists to enter Sabra and Shatila to root out terrorist cells believed located there. when Muslim militiamen attacked the Shatila and Burj-el Barajneh Palestinian refugee camps. According to UN officials, 635 were killed and 2,500 wounded. During a two-year
The massacre at Sabra and Shatila was a direct consequence of Israel’s violation of the American-brokered ceasefire and the impunity bestowed on Israel by the US and the international community.
Sep 11, 2016 · 1982 in Flüchtlingslager von Sabra und Shatila in Beyrout, begangen die Israelische Militz mit Ünterstützung der Christliche Falangisten eines der grausamsten Massaker der Geschichte, nachdem
Author: Abdel maya
There are many accounts of the massacre of Lebanese and Palestinian civilians carried out by men of the Lebanese Forces [LF] from September 16-18, 1982 in the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps, following the assassination of Lebanese President-elect Bashir Gemayel and the Israeli occupation of West Beirut.