14 March Coalition

The March 14 coalition is named after the mass anti-Syrian rally on that date in 2005 in which over one million Lebanese converged on central Beirut to demand a withdrawal of Syrian troops from Lebanon and an end to Syrian meddling in Lebanese political affairs. Members of the coalition (see the Wikipedia link for a list of them) consider themselves independent Lebanese citizens who have become convinced of the goals of the March 14 Movement, which they consider to be the Arab Spring’s vanguard. Although primarily a political body, 14 March Coalition supported the violence associated with the Arab Spring revolution. The Future Movement, also led by Saad Hariri, promotes, maintains and supports Lebanese, Syrian and international terrorist groups. The Future Movement, comprised mainly of Sunni Muslims, is part of the March 14 Alliance. The Future Movement maintains a high media presence with radio and television stations and a newspaper.VideoVideo: How did the…

14 March Coalition, also known as March 14 Coalition is an active group formed c. 2005.
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