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Lebanese Political Parties: The Amal Movement

Type:
Documentary

Year:
2003

Time:
180 minutes

Language:
Arabic with English or French subtitles

 

 
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Amal, meaning "hope," is the popular name of the Shiite political party otherwise known as "The Movement of the Disinherited." The party was founded in 1973 by Shiite cleric Mousa El-Sadr, drawing its initial political strength through its close ties with Iran. Amal evolved into a militia during the Lebanese Civil War, achieving national credibility during the reconciliation conferences in Geneva and Lausanne. The Amal Movement now holds a significant number of parliamentary seats, due largely to the number of people it represents and its successful resistance to the Israeli occupation of the south.

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