Bleeding Lebanon: Blueprint for Conflict

Kimche, Jon
January 1976
New Republic;1/31/76, Vol. 174 Issue 5, p12
Focuses on the civil war in Lebanon. Religious population in Lebanon; Number of Lebanese killed in the civil war; Significance of the Palestinian presence for the Christian community; Information on the Christian Amirs's private armies; Opinion that the Lebanese state was in itself a compromise between the Christian and Moslem communities; Consequences of the presence of Palestinians in Lebanon.


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