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Souk El Ghareb, Lebanese village in Mount Lebanon

..... ....the 10th brigade (exactly batallions 101 and 103) replaced 8th brigade in souq elgharb in july 89.. 102 moved to dahr el wa7ch and the 51st batallion remained in kfarshima....the attack on souq el gharb started on the 10th with heavy bombardment of the front. and on the 13th at dawn, there was intrusion along hill 888 and many members of the lebanese army were killed. the PSP, communists and palestinians went in and were soon followed by the syrian infantry under the cover of intense shelling.. the lebanese army had to withdraw initially from hill 888, citadel kfifan, qmatiyeh area to the 2nd line of defense...meanwhile, the army and LF artillery started carpet bombing of the invaded area.. the 8th brigade and the maghaweer were sent to souq el gharb and with intense and precise bombardment, they were able to recover the territories.. by early PM, GMA was giving his press conference asking the media to go to souq el gharb. During the attack, there was another intrusion at the ras el naba3 and aswe2 by members of amal. they were faced by the 9th brigade..this one was a total disaster to amal, although they didn't only intend a diversion...... ....


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