The Stance of Beirut Representatives Specially the Arab Affairs 1943-1958
College Of Basic Education Research Journal,
2020, Volume 16, Issue 4, Pages 433-454
AbstractThe Arab issues were the focus of attention of Beirut’s deputies from a regional impact on the Arab countries, especially the Palestinian issue and the Egyptian issue, as they devoted their efforts from 1943 to 1958 to follow up on Arab issues and put pressure on the Lebanese government as a legislative authority to demand the establishment of a national home for the Jews in Palestine, Emphasizing the right of the Palestinian people to their land, not to mention their standing in the face of the challenges facing the Arab region, foremost of which is the Egyptian issue represented by the Suez Crisis and the tripartite aggression against Egypt, as, and the importance of research lies in the fact that the Arab region has witnessed changes that have affected the Arab region, including Lebanon, and from this point of view. The focus was on Beirut MPs and shed light on their discussions in the Lebanese Parliament regarding the Palestinian and Egyptian issues.
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