A new dawn for South Lebanon
Lebanese reflect upon 22 years of occupation and the day it ended.
Last Modified: 03 Aug 2010 13:01

Filmmaker: Bilal Khrais

In May 2000, Israeli forces withdrew from south Lebanon, ending an occupation that had lasted for 22 years.

In A New Dawn for South Lebanon, Lebanese - from a girl who lost her legs to an Israeli bomb, to members of the pro-Israeli South Lebanon Army and Hezbollah fighters - reflect upon that occupation and the day it ended.

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