Qana

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; ref Both sides agreed that civilians should not be targeted, which meant that Hezbollah would be allowed to continue its military activities against IDF forces inside Lebanon. Smith premiered two new protest songs in London in September 2006.

"Independent" Louise Jury, writing in ''The Independent'', characterized them as "an emotional indictment of American and Israeli foreign policy


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military operations in Lebanon. * '''1996 shelling of Qana''': On 18 April 1996, amid heavy fighting between the Israel Defense Forces and Hezbollah fighters during Operation Grapes of Wrath, a Fijian UNIFIL (United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon) compound in the village was shelled (Shell (projectile)) by Israeli artillery, killing 106 civilians and injuring around 116 others who had taken refuge there to escape the fighting. Four UNIFIL soldiers were also seriously injured. In the deadliest single incident in the ongoing Israel-Hezbollah conflict (w:2006 Israel-Hezbollah conflict), an Israeli air strike apparently demolished a three-story building in the village of Qana (w:Qana) in southern Lebanon, and according to the Red Cross (w:The Red Cross), killed at least 28 displaced civilians, including 19 children, most of whom handicapped or mentally ill, who were sheltering there. The Lebanese police reported at least 56 fatalities, including 37 children.


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LEBANON:"OPERATION GRAPES OF WRATH":The Civilian Victims accessdate 2006-07-31 year 1997 month September publisher Human Rights Watch took place on April 18, 1996 near Qana, a village in Southern Lebanon, when artillery shells


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military operations in Lebanon. * '''1996 shelling of Qana''': On 18 April 1996, amid heavy fighting between the Israel Defense Forces and Hezbollah fighters during Operation Grapes of Wrath, a Fijian UNIFIL (United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon) compound in the village was shelled (Shell (projectile)) by Israeli artillery, killing 106 civilians and injuring around 116 others who had taken refuge there to escape the fighting. Four UNIFIL soldiers were also seriously

in Germany, held at Guantanamo Bay detainment camp for four years. Jury's article quotes Smith as saying: 0,000,106 106 Israeli (Israeli Defense Forces) artillery struck the Unifil Headquarters in Qana which was providing shelter to approximately two hundred Lebanese (Demographics of Lebanon) civilians. The Israeli military said the strike was in error and that they were not targeting the UN shelter. Amnesty International

fired by the Israeli Defence Force hit a United Nations compound. Of 800 Lebanese civilians who had taken refuge in the compound, 106 were killed and around 116 injured. Four Fijian United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon soldiers were also seriously injured.


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Christians believe the village to be the correct site. The frequent reverting is causing trouble on several pages, attracting sockpuppetry, proxy IP reversions, and personal attacks. This isn't to excuse the sockpuppetry and abusive responses, but there's a causal relationship between them and Yuber's editing practices. Currently protected in part because of him are Jihad, Saudi Arabia, Quneitra, Terrorism, Qana, and Suicide bombing. Although others are obviously


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in Lebanon Other Christians : 3% One can count approximately 100 families in Qana, with the largest, based on the number of voters, being the following: Attieh (580 voters), Borji (200 voters), Chalhoub (196 voters), Abdel Rida (186 voters), Sa’egh (184 voters), Jaber (158 voters), Zaarour (134 voters), Hammoud (130 voters), Dakhlallah (124 voters), Haidar (116 voters), Adib (104 voters), Salami (103 voters), Ftouni (78 voters), Madi (71 voters), Hodroj (69 voters), Haddad (152 voters), Boutros (77


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and US accessdate 2008-02-08 author Jury, Louise work The Independent publisher Independent Print Limited date 2006-09-09 location London Louise Jury, writing in ''The Independent'', characterized them as "an emotional indictment of American and Israeli foreign policy". Song "Qana" mp3 was about the Israeli

". Song "Qana" mp3 was about the Israeli airstrike on the Lebanese (Lebanon) village of Qana. "Without Chains" mp3 is about Murat Kurnaz, a Turkish (Turkish people) citizen who was born and raised


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and US accessdate 2008-02-08 author Jury, Louise work The Independent publisher Independent Print Limited date 2006-09-09 location London Louise Jury, writing in ''The Independent'', characterized them as "an emotional indictment of American and Israeli foreign policy". Song "Qana" mp3 was about the Israeli

"Independent" Louise Jury, writing in ''The Independent'', characterized them as "an emotional indictment of American and Israeli foreign policy


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sector, which is approximately 7% of the labor force. Clubs and Associations There are seven associations in the village of Qana distributed as follows: Qana sports club, Qana’s agricultural cooperative, Association of Qana El Jalil, El Jalil club (non-active), as well as the family associations of the Attieh, Hammoud and Zaarour families. Ruins of Qana There are natural, rock-dug caves to be found in Qana that carry old inscriptions. It is said that Jesus Christ’s first miracle took place

Qana

'''Qana''' also spelled Cana (in north of the border with Israel. The 10,000 residents of Qana are primarily Shiite Muslim (Shia Islam in Lebanon) "Lebanese Town Lays Claim To Jesus Christ's First Miracle", ''Associated Press'', January 12, 1994. although there is also a Maronite Christian (Maronite Christianity in Lebanon) community in the village.

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