File - Members of the Palestinian Front for the Liberation of Palestine following an Israeli raid on their base in Naameh in August 2013. (The Daily Star/Mohammad Azakir)
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1976: PFLP-GC openly endorses the Syrian Army's intervention in Lebanon and attack on certain Palestinian factions.1983: PFLP-GC launches attack backed by Syrian Army artillery to drive Fatah leader Yasser Arafat's loyalists out of northern Lebanon.1984: PFLP-GC is expelled from Palestine Liberation Organization. Early 1990s: Fatah members accuse PFLP-GC of assassinating a number of Fatah officials in Lebanon.May 20, 2000: Three days before Israel withdraws from southern Lebanon, the Israeli air force bombs PFLP-GC base in Sultan Yacoub, destroying 10 tanks and killing three members of PFLP-GC.Israel suspects PFLP-GC is behind the operation.November 2012: PFLP-GC launches rockets from south Lebanon that fail to cross border.April 2013: Lebanese radio reports that PFLP-GC uses its Bekaa Valley bases to launch rocket attacks on Syrian rebels. Meanwhile, clashes ensue between the Free Syrian Army and the PFLP-GC near their Bekaa Valley base in Qousaya.
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