Israel in Lebanon: Continuing Armed Conflict

As the Lebanese Army started deploying north of the Awali River and collecting weapons from Palestinian militias as part of the wider demilitarization effort, it was caught in a short-lived armed confrontation with Palestinian armed groups based in the Palestinian camps of Ain al-Hilweh and Mieh w Mieh, most notably in July 1991. The PLO ended up handing over its weapons to the army.

Although large-scale armed conflicts had ended in the rest of the country, the civilian population in South Lebanon continued to bear the consequences of the conflict between Hezbollah and Israel/the SLA.

Monday, June 3, 1991
Which are the main intervening actor?: 
Palestinian militias
Palestinian Liberation Organization (PLO)
Lebanese Armed Forces (LAF)
Israeli army
South Lebanon Army (SLA)