Intifada of Independence
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The expression Intifada of Independence (in Arabic: انتفاضة الاستقلال, intifāḍatu-l-istiqlāl) may refer to a number of intifadas or uprisings in the Arab world (intifada means uprising or rebellion):
- The 2005 Lebanese protests against the Syrian occupation of Lebanon, also known as the Cedar Revolution.
- The 2005 riots and protests in Western Sahara, also known as the Independence Intifada in Sahrawi related circles.
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