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What does LNM stand for?

LNM stands for Lebanese National Movement

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With the start of the Civil War in 1975, the family gave way to the Allaws and Nassereddines, who governed with the support of the Palestinian factions and the Kamal Jumblatt-led Lebanese National Movement.
Should the term be restricted to the Lebanese National Movement (LNM) or was the opposing side resisting as well?
leader Georges Hawi: A leading figure in the Lebanese National Movement during the Civil War and active in the guerilla resistance against the Israeli invasion, Hawi only began criticizing the Syrian military presence post-2000 after splitting from the L.
The bodies are of fighters from a number of nationalities, including Kuwaitis, Moroccans, Tunisians and Libyans who had joined the ranks of Palestinian and Lebanese national movements in the 1970s to protest against Israeli occupation in Palestine.
In 1976, Kamal Jumblat, Druze leader of the Lebanese National Movement and an important segment of the Muslim elite felt that the PLO's military presence in Lebanon offered them a rare opportunity to extract significant political concession from the Maronite ruling state.
In 1976, the Syrian Army entered Lebanon at the request of the Maronite leadership to fight the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Lebanese National Movement.
The bodies are of fighters from a number of nationalities, including Kuwaitis, Moroccans, Tunisians and Libyans who had joined the ranks of Palestinian and Lebanese national movements in the 1970s to protest against Israeli occupation in Palestine.