This chapter, which examines suicide terrorism campaigns in Lebanon and their relation to Israel's military occupation of the country, analyzes the origins of the conflict, the trajectory of suicide attacks, and the terrorist groups' operational patterns and weapon tactics. It also describes the demographic profile of the suicide bombers, and highlights the support of the Lebanese people for martyrdom and the aims of the terrorist groups.
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