Sana'a Mehaidli (Arabic: سناء محيدلي; August 14, 1968 - April 9, 1985) was a member of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party who, at the age of 16, blew herself and a Peugeot filled with explosives up next to an Israeli convoy in Jezzine, Lebanon, during the Israeli occupation of South Lebanon. Two Israeli soldiers were killed and twelve were injured.
Sana'a Mehaidli was born in the village of Anqoun, near Sidon, in Lebanon. She has four brothers and one sister. She worked at a video store, where she later recorded her will. In early 1985, she joined the Syrian Social Nationalist Party that was affiliated with the Lebanese National Resistance Front.
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Rosemary Skaine writes about Sana'a Mehaidli the first suicide bomber and first women bomber for the Syrian Socialist Network Party ...