|Title||Actors/Parties Involved||Description||Date of incident||Death toll||Number of Injured||Sources of Conflict||Security Incident Category|
|Arsal people block road in Beirut, call for army to enter Arsal||Local Residents||
A group of citizens from Arsal on Wednesday blocked the road in front of Mohammad Amine mosque in Beirut, urging that the army must enter Arsal in order to help take the wounded and sick citizens to hospital for treatment. They also called for a military deployment along the Lebanese borders in order to prevent Nusra Front and Daesh's members from entering Arsal. http://www.nna-leb.gov.lb/en/show-news/31114/Arsal-people-block-road-in-...
|Wednesday, August 6, 2014||0persons||0persons||Collective Action [inc. protests, solidarity movements...]|
Also known as Black Thursday, this marked the beginning of widespread sectarian- based abductions, mutilation, and executions. Following the assassination of a Palestinian man in downtown Beirut, between 30 and 50 Christian civilians were summarily executed in the area of Bashura in West Beirut. The bodies were abandoned in a Muslim cemetery, close to the demarcation line, all with their genitals sliced off. This immediately led gunmen from both sides to block roads and streets in the areas under their respective control. It is reported that many of those who were abducted—Muslims and Christians—were executed, and those who were released were in many cases mutilated.
|Friday, May 30, 1975||50persons||Assassination, Cruel Treatment and Torture, Hostage Taking Situation [inc. attempt, release], Murder|
|Fire in guard's Kiosk at House of Representatives||
NNA - A fire erupted on Thursday morning in a guard's kiosk at parliament in Nejmeh Square, NNA field reporter said.
Beirut firefighters rushed to the scene and extinguished the fire.
|Thursday, July 3, 2014||0persons||0persons||Fire|