Syria

”We are all Post-Traumatic”: On the Legacy of the First Lebanon War



03.06.2020   |  Shmuel Lederman


The commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the withdrawal from Lebanon has given way to a flood of testimonies of the trauma and hopelessness experienced in the mire of the Lebanese mud. It is specifically for this reason that we should remember the pitiful circumstances that led Israel to invade the country of cedars.

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