|Title||Actors/Parties Involved||Description||Date of incident||Death toll||Number of Injured||Sources of Conflict||Security Incident Category|
|March in Beirut||Lebanese Civilians||
نظمت حملتا "بدنا نحاسب" و"الشعب يريد اصلاح النظام"، مسيرة للمطالبة ب"كشف ملفات الفساد"، خصوصا ملف "سوكلين"، انطلقت من أمام قصر العدل باتجاه فرن الشباك، وصولا إلى جسر جامعة الحكمة، بمواكبة قوى الأمن الداخلي.
وتخللت المسيرة كلمات حثت القضاءعلى قيامه بالدور المطلوب، من خلال رصد الفساد والبقاء نزيها لحصن الدولة العادلة.
|Saturday, April 23, 2016||0persons||0persons||Collective Action [inc. protests, solidarity movements...]|
|Gathering in Mathaf - Beirut||National Liberal Party (NLP), Lebanese Civilians||
On 30 June 15, at 1700hrs, in Mathaf, a gathering organized by the National Liberal party is scheduled to take place in front of the National Museum to protest the violence and the killing in the country.
|Tuesday, June 30, 2015||0persons||0persons||Collective Action [inc. protests, solidarity movements...]|
|Activists demonstrate in front of Justice palace to deplore violence against women||Lebanese Civilians||
NNA - Activists of the civil society, the "Lebanese Women Democratic Gathering" and human rights organizations staged on Wednesday a sit in in front of the Justice palace, to protest violence against women and the failure of officials at all levels to ensure women protection.
|Wednesday, May 27, 2015||0persons||0persons||Collective Action [inc. protests, solidarity movements...]|
|Demonstration in Mathaf||Lebanese Civilians||
On 20 May 15, at 1800hrs, in Mathaf, a demonstration organized by several Lebanese parties is scheduled to take place in front of the military court to protest the verdict issued in the case of Michel Samaha.
|Wednesday, May 20, 2015||0persons||0persons||Collective Action [inc. protests, solidarity movements...]|
|General Security released Renuka and her husband||Migrant Domestic Worker, General Security, Lebanese Civilians||
After a lawsuit (number 72/2015) filed by Insan Association to Judge of Summary Affairs Jad Maalouf against the Lebanese state, the Ministry of Interior and General Security, demanding the release of Renuka Irangani, and following Judge Maalouf's ruling to freeze the deportation order, General Security released Renuka and her husband, Jagdish Kumar, on April 22 at 12:40 a.m. The family was requested to visit General Security on May 15, 2015 to follow up on the issue of their residency permits. Insan was represented by lawyer Zeina Chacar in this case.
|Wednesday, April 22, 2015||0persons||0persons||Arrest/Detention, Deportation|
|General Security Arbitrarily Detained Migrant Workers Renuka and Jagdish,||General Security, Migrant Domestic Worker||
On April 8, 2015, Renuka Irangani and her husband Jagdish Kumar were lured into detention by Lebanon’s General Security. Renuka, a migrant worker from Sri Lanka, has been a passionate campaigner against General Security’s decision to not grant residency renewals to children of migrant workers in Lebanon who were born and raised in the country.
|Wednesday, April 8, 2015||0persons||0persons||Arrest/Detention, Deportation|
|Sit-in in front of French Embassy-Beirut||
On 01 Feb 15, at 1200hrs, a sit-in is scheduled to take place in front of the French embassy in Beirut under the slogan” International campaign for the release of Georges Abdallah”.
|Sunday, February 1, 2015||0persons||0persons||Collective Action [inc. protests, solidarity movements...]|
|Demonstration in Mathaf – Beirut||Syrian Civilians/Refugees||
On 24 Jan 15, at 1500hrs, in Mathaf area – Beirut, a demonstration is scheduled to take place to protest the new decision regarding the Syrian nationals’ entry to Lebanon.
|Saturday, January 24, 2015||0persons||0persons||Collective Action [inc. protests, solidarity movements...]|
|Several waves of mass arrests targeting youth activists demonstrating against Syria’s presence in Lebanon||National Liberal Partyc(PNL), Lebanese Forces (LF), Free Patriotic Movement, Lebanese Military Intelligence||
In August 2001: Several waves of mass arrests targeting youth activists demonstrating against Syria’s presence in Lebanon were conducted. Members of the PNL, the Free Patriotic Movement (supporters of Aoun), and of the then-banned LF, including senior advisors, were arbitrarily detained and reportedly subjected to torture and ill-treatment at the Military Intelligence headquarters at the Ministry of Defense.
|Tuesday, August 7, 2001 to Thursday, August 9, 2001||0persons||0persons||Arrest/Detention, Collective Action [inc. protests, solidarity movements...], Cruel Treatment and Torture|
|A school bus driving through the museum area in Beirut was attacked by the LF||Lebanese Forces (LF)||
April 18, 1990: A school bus driving through the museum area in Beirut was hit by snipers positioned in Ashrafieh, an area under the LF’s control. Eleven teachers and students burned to death.
|Wednesday, April 18, 1990||11persons||0persons||Explosion, Murder, Shooting|
|Two employees of the Middle East Airlines (MEA)were abducted at the Museum crossing in Beirut||
July 16, 1987: Two employees of the Middle East Airlines (MEA), Elias Moukheiber and Wadih al Hajj, were abducted at the Museum crossing in Beirut. They were released on June 6, 1988.
|Thursday, July 16, 1987 to Monday, June 6, 1988||0persons||0persons||Hostage Taking Situation [inc. attempt, release]|
|2 explosions, one in Damascus Road and one inside the Marble Tower Hotel||French Troops||
December 21, 1983: On Damascus Road, near the Faculty of Medicine, in Beirut, 15 civilians were killed and 85 injured by a bomb placed in a truck parked close to French paratroopers. Five minutes later, another bomb in Hamra, West Beirut, exploded inside the Marble Tower Hotel, killing one person and injuring four.
|Wednesday, December 21, 1983||16persons||89persons||Explosion, Suicide Bombing/Car Bomb|