The 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon: the casualties

  title={The 1982 Israeli invasion of Lebanon: the casualties},
  journal={Race \& Class},
  pages={340 - 343}
  • Published 1 April 1983
  • Political Science
  • Race & Class
Editor's note: An accurate accounting of the Palestinian and Lebanese casualties is impossible. Lebanese police estimates are, at best, estimates. Because of the dangers and the abdication of authority by the Lebanese government in the war zones, the police force was con spicuous by its absence. The figures given here should be contrasted with those given by Mr Yasser Arafat, Chairman of the PLO Executive Committee, at the Arab Summit conference in September 1982. These are: 49,600 Palestinian… 
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