People Murdered in Brazil: Peter Blake, Adib Shishakli, Dorothy Stang, Vladimir Herzog, Isabella Nardoni Case, ELO Pimentel Hostage Crisis PDF eBook By Books LLC



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Title: People Murdered in Brazil: Peter Blake, Adib Shishakli, Dorothy Stang, Vladimir Herzog, Isabella Nardoni Case, ELO Pimentel Hostage Crisis
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Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Peter Blake, Adib Shishakli, Dorothy Stang, Vladimir Herzog, Isabella Nardoni Case, Elo Pimentel Hostage Crisis, Jacques de Bernonville, Maurcio Grabois, Vicente Caas, Murder of Joo Hlio Purchase includes free access to book updates online and a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Peter Blake, Adib Shishakli, Dorothy Stang, Vladimir Herzog, Isabella Nardoni Case, Elo Pimentel Hostage Crisis, Jacques de Bernonville, Maurcio Grabois, Vicente Caas, Murder of Joo Hlio Fernandes Vieites, Wilson Pinheiro, Albertina Berkenbrock, Lbero Badar, Jos Ferraz de Almeida Jnior, Thiago Jotta Da Silva, Rogerio Lobo, Karl Brugger. Excerpt: Adib Shishakli Adib ibn Hasan Shishakli (Arabic: ), born 1909, in Hamah from kurdish family, Syria, assassinated September 27, 1964 in Ceres, Brazil, was a Syrian military leader and President of Syria (1953-54). Background Born to a Syrian father and a Kurdish mother in the western town of Hama, Syria, it is also argued that his parents were Turkish oriented. Shishakli served with the French Army during the mandate era. He studied at the Military Academy of Damascus (which later was relocated to Homs) and became an early member of the Syrian Social Nationalist Party (SSNP) of Antun Saadeh, promoting the concept of a Greater Syria . His brother Salah was also a prominent member of the SSNP. After independence, Shishakli fought in a volunteer Arab army, known as the Army of Deliverance, against the Zionist militias in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. Political/military career Shishakli in military uniform The Arab defeat in that war was a motivating factor for the military coup d'tat of Husni al-Za'im which had taken place soon after in 1949, shattering Syria's weak parliamentary system. Only months after al-Za'im's takeover, the weak ruler was overthrown by a group of officers connected to the SSNP, including Shishakli and Colonel Sami al-Hinnawi, who led the new military junta. Za'im had betrayed the SSNP leader Antun Saadeh, giving him to Lebanese authorities where he was tried and executed for wanting to destroy the modern...

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