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To be sure, political speeches contained unending references to Lebanese support for the Palestinians. And a heroic performance by Lebanese troops in the 1948 Arab-Israeli war was invented for purposes of the school curriculum. The Palestinian problem put a heavy stress on the Lebanese political system. At least 400,000 Palestinians resided in refugee camps in various parts of the country, while wealthier Palestinians joined Lebanese social and economic life. The Lebanese state suffered its first serious instability in early 1952, when Bisharah al-Khuri *'s resignation from the presidency brought the country to a standstill.
Melkart Agreement signed (May 17). N. General Assembly on behalf of League of Arab States (November 14). 1975 Ma'ruf* Sa'd assassinated (February 28). Massacre at 'Ayn ar-Rummanah* (April 13). Beginning of the Lebanese civil war. 1976 Split in army. Ilyas Sarkis* elected to presidency (May 8). Syrian troops (officially) enter Lebanon (May 31). Arab summit in Riyad* and Cairo (October 1718). Creation of Arab Deterrent Forces (October 2526). 1977 Assassination of Kamal Jumblat* (March 16). 1978 Israeli invasion of Lebanon (March 14).
He was assassinated before he could assume his presidential authority and was succeeded by his brother Amin Gemayyel, another militia leader who rose from the ranks of the Lebanese Phalanges Party (which was founded by the father of the two Gemayyels, Pierre Gemayyel). S. promises that ignored the Syrian agenda in Lebanon. Both Muslim and leftist critics saw him as provocative. A coalition of Syrian, Palestinian, and Lebanese forces succeeded in a relatively short period of time in expelling Gemayyel's forces from predominantly Muslim areas.
Historical Dictionary of Lebanon by As'ad AbuKhalil