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For example, a 2005 documentary by Monika Borgman and Lokman Slim told the story of the Sabra and Shatila massacres through the testimony of six former Phalange militiamen who participated.
The sources added that some groups are trying to get even with the current leader of the Lebanese Forces, Samir Geagea and some factions affiliated with the Western-backed March 14 alliance, by curbing the influence of Nadim Gemayel inside the Phalange party.
Gemayel found it implausible to reach a solution regarding the acknowledgement of Palestinian refugees basic rights in three days, while it was astoundingly achievable to butcher thousands of innocent civilians by Phalange forces in 36-48 hours in Sabra and Shatilla on September 16, 1982.
The Palestinian matter is a disputed issue, and a source of fear," Elie Marouni, an MP from the Phalange party, said.
The Scottish Phalange is connected to another group called the International Third Position - which has terrorist links throughout Europe.
Phalange claim to have activists within the SNP, spreading their extreme views.
Mohamed alias Abou Seria, ex-emir de la phalange Ennour activant dans la region du centre du pays, W.
Speaking at a ceremony to honor leaders and members of the "Lebanese Resistance's commando units" in Bikfaya Saturday, he said: "The Phalange Party's resistance and the commandos' resistance were to defend Lebanon.
Thirty years ago this week, more than 2,000 civilian Palestinians were slaughtered in the Sabra and Shatila refugee camps in south Beirut by Lebanese Christian Phalange militiamen, who had entered the camps over several days under the supervision of the occupying Israeli army.
Following the caustic war of words between Hizbullah MP Nawwaf al-Moussawi and Phalange MP Sami Gemayel on Wednesday, Moussawi took the initiative and apologized for insulting his Christian rival.
Former President and Phalange party leader Amin Gemayel said, "The showing of the film about Jesus and his life includes offensive inaccuracies and attacks Christian doctrines" adding, "This contradicts the spirit of coexistence and mutual respect between religions.
Christian Phalange figure Joseph Hashem tells one of the private TV channels Lahoud's rule is the worst regime in Lebanon.