The Aishiyeh massacre was a massacre in 1976 in Aishiya, Lebanon, of more than 70 Lebanese Christian civilians, including at least 7 under the age of 16, by the Syrian backed Palestinian factions Fatah and Saika during the Lebanese Civil War. Four people were reported to be executed and one was burned alive. The village was depopulated and used as Palestine Liberation Organization base of operation. The Online Encyclopedia of Mass Violence estimated that at least 100 people were injured in the attack.
|Part of Palestinian insurgency in South Lebanon|
|Date||19–21 October 1976|
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Fatah, Saika Organization and their allies attacked the village of Aishiyeh in the South and committed mass murder and atrocities, as part of the Syrian Regime’s ethnic cleansing campaign. More than 70 innocent people were killed and 100 seriously wounded.
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On November 5, 1977 the Saheka forces attacked the village of Aishiyeh killing 41 of its residents and displacing most of the others.