They were last seen alive in a car driven by South Lebanese Army militia men as it sped off following a shoot-out.
What does SLA stand for?
SLA stands for South Lebanese Army
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Samples in periodicals archive:
When Israel invaded in 1982, it took over the complex and placed it under the administration of the South Lebanese Army, an Israeli proxy militia led by Antoine Lahad.
Until its closure in 1999, the South Lebanese Army (SLA) controlled the notorious Khiam Prison.
Mohammed Bazi was a section commander in the South Lebanese Army (SLA) also known as the Christian Militia.
The Israelis installed their troops and members of their proxy Christian militia, the South Lebanese Army, who used it to monitor and fire on Hizbullah villages during their 22-year occupation of South Lebanon.
Lebanon-In a move that is having strong negative impact among Israel's million-strong Arab population, the Israeli government has announced that it will fulfill its "moral debt" and offer asylum to 2,500 soldiers of the South Lebanese Army (SLA) and their families.
An essential element of the occupation is Israel's mercenary forces -- the South Lebanese Army -- that function as the governing power in the "buffer zone.
Mr Gemayel feared the South Lebanese Army, whose members the government considers collaborators with Israel, could soon be locked in bloody combat with Hizbollah guerrillas.