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Development of Violence and Sectarianism in Lebanon
  • Alicia Mallo, The University of Akron
The pattern and acceptance of sectarianism and the resultant ethnic violence in Lebanon can be traced back to the mid-19th century as the result of European involvement in the Levant. Through the history of Lebanon in the 19th and 20th centuries, the modern sectarianism and ethnic violence can be better understood as results of international intervention and interference.
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Alicia Mallo. "Development of Violence and Sectarianism in Lebanon" (2019)
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