1- Bashir Gemayel, Lebanese president (September 01, 1982 – September 14, 1982). He was also the head of the Phalange Party (Al-Kataeb) and founder of its armed wing the Lebanese Forces.
2- Charbel Qassis, head of the Maronite Monastic Order during the 1975-1990 Civil War
3- Charles Malek, Lebanese philosopher and diplomat. He was
4- Camille Chamoun, Lebanese president (1952-1958)
5- Pierre Gemayel Founder of the Phalange Party and lawmaker
6- Palestinian president
7- Munir al-Maqdah, Fatah commander in the Ain al-Hilweh Palestinian refugee camp
8- Sultan Abu al-Aynayn, Fatah commander, currently resides in the Rashidiyyeh Palestinian refugee camp
9- Sunni Nasserite organization
10- Nickname for late Palestinian President Yasser Arafat
11- Nickname for Ibrahim Qoleilat, head of Al-Murabitun
12- Imam Musa al-Sadr was an Iranian born philosopher and a prominent Shia’a religious leader who spent many years of his life in
13- Walid Jumblatt, Druze leader, head of the Progressive Socialist Party (PSP) and lawmaker
14- Kamal Jumblatt, father of Walid, prominent Druze leader, founder of the PSP, he was in 1977
15- Long-time head of
16- Head of
17- SSNP Founder
18- Mikhail Gorbachev, the last General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union and the last head of state of the
19- Moammar al-Qaddafi, Libyan president
20- Sudanese president (1969-1985)
21- Sudanese politician, head of the Sudanese Communist Party
22- Nikita Sergeyevich Khrushchev, served as First Secretary of the Communist Party of the
23- Lebanese journalist, he was among the first to expose corruption in
24- Member of the Lebanese Communist Party, he was kidnapped and kidnapped by Syrian intelligence Forces in the 1950s. The story says he was dissolved in acid.
Tent 9 is the last piece in the Tents series.
Number 9 symbolizes Dante’s Inferno in his Divine Comedy. Snapshots from the Lebanese Inferno are tackled herewith.