|Title||Actors/Parties Involved||Description||Date of incident||Death toll||Number of Injured||Sources of Conflict||Security Incident Category|
|Arrest of a person for stabbing a young man in Ras Al-Nabaa||Lebanese Civilians, ISF(internal security forces)||
On 21 July 15, ISF managed to arrest a person wanted for stabbing a young man in Ras Al Nabaa. During the investigation, the arrested person confessed of stabbing the man and also revealed that both have previous crime records.
|Tuesday, July 21, 2015||0persons||0persons||Arrest/Detention|
|One of the most dangerous gangs arrested in Beirut||Identified Individuals||
On 09 Jan 15, one of the most dangerous gangs, wanted for armed robberies at the Beirut airport highway using taxi vehicles and threatening passengers, were arrested by ISF Beirut.
|Friday, January 9, 2015||0persons||0persons||Arrest/Detention|
|A woman and her son killed when an RPG hit their car as they were fleeing Ras al-Nabeh||Lebanese Resistance Regiments (AMAL)||
In Ras al-Nabeh, Beirut, a 59-year-old woman and her son were killed when an RPG hit their car as they were fleeing. The woman’s two sons were later seriously injured when opposition gunmen shot them in their backs as they were trying to reach their mother and brother at the hospital.
|Thursday, May 8, 2008||2persons||2persons||Clashes/Armed Conflict, Murder|
|Syrian Army bombs West Beirut||Syrian Armed Forces||
The Syrian Army bombed residential areas in West Beirut, from the hilltops of Mount Lebanon. These areas included Sabra, Tarik al-Jdideh, Corniche al-Mazraa, and Ras al- Nabeh. The shelling and the fighting in and around Beirut on June 2-3 reportedly killed 92 people and wounded 169; 42 bodies were found in different areas of the city.
|Wednesday, June 2, 1976 to Friday, June 4, 1976||92persons||169persons||Bombardment, Clashes/Armed Conflict|
|Sieges set off clashes in other areas||Christian militias, Muslim militias, Palestinian militias, National Movement (NM)||
The sieges, which started in January, set off clashes on several fronts across the country, marked by a rise in the number of cross-sectarian abductions. As Christian militias were laying siege to Palestinian camps and Muslim-populated neighborhoods in East Beirut and its suburbs, Palestinian and Muslim militias were attacking Christians in cities and villages in North Lebanon and the Beqaa, as well as on the southern coastal road. This displaced the Christian population from these areas. In central Beirut, NM militias attacked Christian militias in the areas of Kantari and Ain al-Mreisseh. On January 8, 1976, residential areas in East Beirut (Ashrafieh, Sioufi, Geitawi, and Dfouni) came under intense shelling from Ras al-Nabeh, Bechara al-Khoury, and Tel al-Zaatar, all of which were under the NM’s control.
|Sunday, January 4, 1976 to Saturday, January 31, 1976||Bombardment, Clashes/Armed Conflict, Forced Displacement of Population, Hostage Taking Situation [inc. attempt, release], Murder|