Samir Farid Geagea (Arabic: سمير فريد جعجع‎ Lebanese pron.: [saˈmiːɾ faˈɾiːd ˈʒaʕʒaʕ], also spelled Samir Ja'ja'; born on 25 October 1952 in Ain al-Remaneh), from the town of Bsharri in northern Lebanon, is a Lebanese leader and politician. He is the executive chairman of the Lebanese Forces, a Christian political party in Lebanon. Following the Cedar Revolution, and the subsequent withdrawal of Syrian forces from Lebanon, a newly elected Lebanese Parliament voted to grant him amnesty on 18 July 2005.

Property Value
dbo:abstract
  • سمير جعجع (25 أكتوبر 1952 -)، سياسي لبناني. يعتبر من أبرز المشاركين في الحرب الأهلية اللبنانية. يلقب بالحكيم أي الطبيب في اللهجة اللبنانية لدراسته الطب على الرغم من أنه لم يكملها في السنة السادسة بسبب إصابته بالحرب اللبنانية. هو رئيس الهيئة التنفيذية لحزب القوات اللبنانية إحدى الميليشيات المسيحية السابقة التي لعبت دورًا مهمًا في الحرب وتحولت بعد ذلك إلى حزب سياسي. (ar)
  • Samir Farid Geagea (Arabic: سمير فريد جعجع‎ Lebanese pron.: [saˈmiːɾ faˈɾiːd ˈʒaʕʒaʕ], also spelled Samir Ja'ja'; born on 25 October 1952 in Ain al-Remaneh), from the town of Bsharri in northern Lebanon, is a Lebanese leader and politician. He is the executive chairman of the Lebanese Forces, a Christian political party in Lebanon. On 12 March 1985, Samir Geagea, Elie Hobeika and Karim Pakradouni rebelled against Abou Nader's command, ostensibly to take the Lebanese Forces back to its original path. The relationship between Geagea and Hobeika soon broke down, however, and Hobeika began secret negotiations with the Syrians. On 28 December 1985, he signed the Tripartite Accord, against the wishes of Geagea and most of the other leading Christian figures. Claiming that the Tripartite Accord gave Syria unlimited power in Lebanon, Geagea mobilized factions inside the Lebanese Forces and on 15 January 1986, attacked Hobeika's headquarters in Karantina. Hobeika surrendered and fled, first to Paris and subsequently to Damascus, Syria. He then moved to Zahlé with tens of his fighters where he prepared for an attack against East Beirut. On 27 September 1986, Hobeika's forces tried to take over the Achrafieh neighborhood of Beirut but the Lebanese Forces of Geagea's command held them back.This failed attempt by Hobeika was the last episode of internal struggles in East Beirut during Amine Gemayel's mandate. As a result, the Lebanese Forces led by Geagea were the only major force on ground. After the departure of president Gemayel, two rival governments contended for recognition following Amine Gemayel's departure from the Presidency in September 1988, one a mainly Christian government and the other a government of Muslims and Lebanese Leftists. The Lebanese Forces initially supported the military Christian government led by Gen. Michel Aoun, the commander of the Lebanese Army. However, clashes erupted between the Lebanese Forces and the Lebanese Army under the control of Michel Aoun on 14 February 1989. These clashes were stopped, and after a meeting in Bkerké, the Lebanese Forces handed the national ports which it controlled to Aoun's government under pressure from the Lebanese National army. Geagea initially supported Aoun's "Liberation War" against the Syrian army, but then agreed to the Taif Agreement, which was signed by the Lebanese deputies on 24 October 1989 in Saudi Arabia and demanded an immediate ceasefire. Aoun's main objection to the Taif Agreement was its vagueness as to Syrian withdrawal from the country. He rejected it vowing that he "would not sign over the country." Fierce fighting in East Beirut broke out between the two, called the "Elimination War" on 31 January 1990. On April 1, 1990, Geagea and President Elias Hrawi reached an agreement whereby the LF would cede territories North of Beirut up to Barbara to the LAF under the command of General Élie Hayek, but would keep its military force of 10,000 men intact. He personally installed Hayek in the LF headquarters in Jounieh, something his defense later used in his highly politicized trial in 1994 to show his attachment to the Taif Agreement. After the civil war, Geagea was offered insignificant political responsibilities, which lead him to go into conflict with the Syrian sponsored regime.In 1994, four years after the end of the Lebanese Civil War, Geagea was tried for ordering four political assassinations, including the assassination of Lebanon's Prime Minister Rashid Karami in 1987, and the unsuccessful attempted assassination of Defense Minister Michel Murr in 1991. He denied all charges, but was found guilty and sentenced to four death sentences, each of which was commuted to life in prison. Geagea was imprisoned in solitary confinement below the Lebanese Ministry of Defense building in Beirut for the next 11 years. He is the only Lebanese militia leader to have been imprisoned for crimes committed during the Lebanese Civil War. Following the Cedar Revolution, and the subsequent withdrawal of Syrian forces from Lebanon, a newly elected Lebanese Parliament voted to grant him amnesty on 18 July 2005. (en)
  • Samir Geagea (auch Samir Ja'ja' ; arabisch سمير جعجع, DMG Samīr Ǧaʿǧaʿ; * 25. Oktober 1952 in Beirut, Libanon) ist der Vorsitzende der rechtsorientierten Partei Forces Libanaises (FL) und der einzige politische Führer des Landes, der für Verbrechen während des Libanesischen Bürgerkriegs vor Gericht gestellt wurde. (de)
  • Samir Farid Geagea (árabe: سمير فريد جعجع, también se escribe Samir Ja ja ``), nacido 25 de octubre de 1952, es un político libanés. También es una figura importante en la Alianza 14 de marzo, [1] junto a Saad Hariri y Amine Gemayel . Fue líder de las Fuerzas Libanesas en 1986. Después de la guerra civil, bajo presión de Siria, Geagea aceptó enfrentarse a cargos de crímenes de guerra. [Cita requerida] Antes de su detención, fue contactado por varios políticos simpatizantes y advertido sobre las implicaciones futuras del proceso y le fue ofrecida una salida segura del Líbano. [2] en 1994, cuatro años después de concluir los combates de la guerra civil libanesa, Geagea fue juzgado por su participación en cuatro asesinatos políticos, entre ellos el del Primer ministro Rashid Karami, suceso acontecido 1987, y el fallido intento de asesinato del ministro de defensa Michel Murr en 1991. [3] Geagea negó todos los cargos, pero fue encontrado culpable y sentenciado a cuatro penas de muerte, (concurrentes) cada uno de ellas le fueron conmutadas a cadena perpetua. [3] Geagea fue encarcelado bajo un régimen de detención en solitario en una celda en el subsuelo del edificio del Ministerio de Defensa en Beirut; lo que duraría por los siguientes once años. [3] Geagea ha sido el único líder de las milicias libanesas que ha sido encarcelado por crímenes cometidos durante la guerra civil libanesa [3]. Tras la Revolución de los Cedros, en 2005 y la posterior retirada de las fuerzas sirias del Líbano, el 18 de julio de 2005 el recientemente electo votó para concederle una amnistía. [3] (es)
  • Samir Geagea (en arabe : سمير جعجع), né le 25 octobre 1952, à (banlieue de Beyrouth), est un ancien chef de milice et homme politique libanais. Il est marié à Sethrida Tawk. Pendant la guerre civile libanaise, il est très proche de Bachir Gemayel, chef de la milice des Forces libanaises ; il lui succède quand Bachir est assassiné en 1982. Son rôle pendant le conflit est très controversé: accusé de nombreux crimes, dont les assassinats du premier ministre Rachid Karamé et du chef de milice chrétien Tony Frangié, il est jugé après la guerre dans des conditions inéquitables. Il passe 11 ans en prison entre 1994 et 2005 avant de reprendre une place dans la vie politique libanaise. (fr)
  • Samir Geagea (سمير جعجع, Samīr Jaʿjaʿ; Beirut, 25 ottobre 1952) è un guerrigliero e politico libanese. Di fede cristiano maronita, è il presidente esecutivo del partito politico noto come Forze Libanesi. Geagea assunse la leadership delle Forze libanesi nel 1986. Dopo la guerra civile, terminata nel 1990, c'era un'enorme pressione su Geagea da parte della Siria affinché fosse accettata in Libano la presenza di forze militari della Siria stessa. Prima del suo arresto, venne contattato da molti simpatizzanti politici i quali lo avvertirono degli imminenti procedimenti a suo carico e gli offrirono una via di fuga dal Libano. Nel 1994 Geagea venne processato per aver ordinato, secondo l'accusa, l'omicidio di quattro rivali politici, tra questi l'uccisione del Primo Ministro avvenuto nel 1987 e il fallito attentato nei confronti del Ministro della Difesa nel 1991. Respinse tutte le accuse ma venne condannato alla pena di morte per tutti e quattro i casi, le condanne furono mutate in ergastolo. Geagea venne rinchiuso in stato di isolamento per undici anni in una cella sotto il Ministero della Difesa a Beirut. Dopo la Rivoluzione dei Cedri, la quale portò al ritiro della presenza militare siriana dal Libano, il nuovo Parlamento eletto votò per l'amnistia a suo favore il 18 luglio 2005. Geagea è stato l'unico tra i leader delle milizie ad essere stato condannato per i crimini durante la guerra civile. (it)
  • 사미르 파리드 제아제아(Samir Farid Geagea, 1952년 10월 25일 ~ )는 레바논의 정치인 겸 외교관이다. 그는 1980년대 초중반 시절 아민 제마옐 레바논 대통령의 총애를 받은 레바논 당대 최고의 미국국제외교행정가이기도 하다. 1992년 카타이브 탈당을 하고 무소속 전향한지 3년 후 1995년 알 쿠와트 알 리브나니야 전격 입당을 하였다. (ko)
  • Samir Dżadża (lub Geagea) – polityk libański, maronita, przywódca Sił Libańskich, jeden z liderów Sojuszu 14 Marca. (pl)
  • Samir Geagea, arabiska سمير فريد جعجع, även Samir Ja'ja', född 25 oktober 1952 i Beirut, Libanon, är en libanesisk maronitisk politiker och militär. (sv)
  • Самир Фарид Джааджаа (араб. سمير فريد جَعْجَع‎;25 октября 1952, Бейрут) — ливанский правохристианский политик, председатель партии Ливанские силы. Активный участник гражданской войны в Ливане, командир фалангистских вооружённых формирований. При просирийском режиме 1994—2005 находился в заключении. Освобождён Кедровой революцией. Один из лидеров политического блока Коалиция 14 марта. Кандидат в президенты Ливана на выборах 2014—2016. (ru)
dbo:almaMater
dbo:birthDate
  • 1952-10-25 (xsd:date)
dbo:birthPlace
dbo:nationality
dbo:party
dbo:spouse
dbo:termPeriod
dbo:wikiPageExternalLink
dbo:wikiPageID
  • 757341 (xsd:integer)
dbo:wikiPageLength
  • 27983 (xsd:integer)
dbo:wikiPageRevisionID
  • 985755957 (xsd:integer)
dbp:almaMater
dbp:birthDate
  • 1952-10-25 (xsd:date)
dbp:birthPlace
dbp:name
  • Samir Geagea (en)
dbp:nationality
dbp:office
dbp:otherparty
  • Kataeb Party (en)
dbp:party
dbp:predecessor
dbp:signature
  • Geagea Signature.png (en)
dbp:spouse
dbp:termStart
  • 1986-01-15 (xsd:date)
dbp:wikiPageUsesTemplate
dct:subject
schema:sameAs
rdf:type
rdfs:comment
  • سمير جعجع (25 أكتوبر 1952 -)، سياسي لبناني. يعتبر من أبرز المشاركين في الحرب الأهلية اللبنانية. يلقب بالحكيم أي الطبيب في اللهجة اللبنانية لدراسته الطب على الرغم من أنه لم يكملها في السنة السادسة بسبب إصابته بالحرب اللبنانية. هو رئيس الهيئة التنفيذية لحزب القوات اللبنانية إحدى الميليشيات المسيحية السابقة التي لعبت دورًا مهمًا في الحرب وتحولت بعد ذلك إلى حزب سياسي. (ar)
  • Samir Geagea (auch Samir Ja'ja' ; arabisch سمير جعجع, DMG Samīr Ǧaʿǧaʿ; * 25. Oktober 1952 in Beirut, Libanon) ist der Vorsitzende der rechtsorientierten Partei Forces Libanaises (FL) und der einzige politische Führer des Landes, der für Verbrechen während des Libanesischen Bürgerkriegs vor Gericht gestellt wurde. (de)
  • Samir Geagea (en arabe : سمير جعجع), né le 25 octobre 1952, à (banlieue de Beyrouth), est un ancien chef de milice et homme politique libanais. Il est marié à Sethrida Tawk. Pendant la guerre civile libanaise, il est très proche de Bachir Gemayel, chef de la milice des Forces libanaises ; il lui succède quand Bachir est assassiné en 1982. Son rôle pendant le conflit est très controversé: accusé de nombreux crimes, dont les assassinats du premier ministre Rachid Karamé et du chef de milice chrétien Tony Frangié, il est jugé après la guerre dans des conditions inéquitables. Il passe 11 ans en prison entre 1994 et 2005 avant de reprendre une place dans la vie politique libanaise. (fr)
  • 사미르 파리드 제아제아(Samir Farid Geagea, 1952년 10월 25일 ~ )는 레바논의 정치인 겸 외교관이다. 그는 1980년대 초중반 시절 아민 제마옐 레바논 대통령의 총애를 받은 레바논 당대 최고의 미국국제외교행정가이기도 하다. 1992년 카타이브 탈당을 하고 무소속 전향한지 3년 후 1995년 알 쿠와트 알 리브나니야 전격 입당을 하였다. (ko)
  • Samir Dżadża (lub Geagea) – polityk libański, maronita, przywódca Sił Libańskich, jeden z liderów Sojuszu 14 Marca. (pl)
  • Samir Geagea, arabiska سمير فريد جعجع, även Samir Ja'ja', född 25 oktober 1952 i Beirut, Libanon, är en libanesisk maronitisk politiker och militär. (sv)
  • Самир Фарид Джааджаа (араб. سمير فريد جَعْجَع‎;25 октября 1952, Бейрут) — ливанский правохристианский политик, председатель партии Ливанские силы. Активный участник гражданской войны в Ливане, командир фалангистских вооружённых формирований. При просирийском режиме 1994—2005 находился в заключении. Освобождён Кедровой революцией. Один из лидеров политического блока Коалиция 14 марта. Кандидат в президенты Ливана на выборах 2014—2016. (ru)
  • Samir Farid Geagea (Arabic: سمير فريد جعجع‎ Lebanese pron.: [saˈmiːɾ faˈɾiːd ˈʒaʕʒaʕ], also spelled Samir Ja'ja'; born on 25 October 1952 in Ain al-Remaneh), from the town of Bsharri in northern Lebanon, is a Lebanese leader and politician. He is the executive chairman of the Lebanese Forces, a Christian political party in Lebanon. Following the Cedar Revolution, and the subsequent withdrawal of Syrian forces from Lebanon, a newly elected Lebanese Parliament voted to grant him amnesty on 18 July 2005. (en)
  • Samir Farid Geagea (árabe: سمير فريد جعجع, también se escribe Samir Ja ja ``), nacido 25 de octubre de 1952, es un político libanés. También es una figura importante en la Alianza 14 de marzo, [1] junto a Saad Hariri y Amine Gemayel . Tras la Revolución de los Cedros, en 2005 y la posterior retirada de las fuerzas sirias del Líbano, el 18 de julio de 2005 el recientemente electo votó para concederle una amnistía. [3] (es)
  • Samir Geagea (سمير جعجع, Samīr Jaʿjaʿ; Beirut, 25 ottobre 1952) è un guerrigliero e politico libanese. Di fede cristiano maronita, è il presidente esecutivo del partito politico noto come Forze Libanesi. Dopo la Rivoluzione dei Cedri, la quale portò al ritiro della presenza militare siriana dal Libano, il nuovo Parlamento eletto votò per l'amnistia a suo favore il 18 luglio 2005. Geagea è stato l'unico tra i leader delle milizie ad essere stato condannato per i crimini durante la guerra civile. (it)
rdfs:label
  • سمير جعجع (ar)
  • Samir Geagea (en)
  • Samir Geagea (de)
  • Samir Geagea (es)
  • Samir Geagea (fr)
  • Samir Geagea (it)
  • 사미르 제아제아 (ko)
  • Samir Dżadża (pl)
  • Джааджаа, Самир (ru)
  • Samir Geagea (sv)
owl:sameAs
prov:wasDerivedFrom
foaf:homepage
foaf:isPrimaryTopicOf
foaf:name
  • Samir Geagea (en)
is dbo:commander of
is dbo:leader of
is dbo:spouse of
is dbo:successor of
is dbo:wikiPageDisambiguates of
is dbo:wikiPageRedirects of
is dbp:leader of
is dbp:leader1Name of
is dbp:spouse of
is dbp:successor of
is foaf:primaryTopic of