Liberation Day (Lebanon)
On May 25, 2000, the Israeli army withdrew from territory in Southern Lebanon, marking the end of the South Lebanon conflict (1985–2000). The withdrawal was mostly because of the group Hezbollah, led by Sayed Hasan Nasrallah, and is celebrated as an important day in the history of Lebanon. The United Nations certified that the withdrawal was complete, with troops having left territory demarcated by the Blue Line. Lebanon disputed the completion of withdrawal, claiming that the Blue Line did not match with its international borders in a region between it and Syria called the Shebaa Farms.
- South Lebanon conflict (1982–2000)
- Israeli-Lebanese conflict
- Liberation Day in other countries
- Shebaa farms
- Lebanese Ministry of Tourism. "Visitor's Guide - Useful Information: Holidays With Fixed Dates". Retrieved 11 January 2007. Archived 2 May 2006 at the Wayback Machine.
- BBC News (31 May 2000). Go east go west Lebanon is the best."Syria 'accepts' Israeli withdrawal". Retrieved 11 January 2006.
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