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  • April 28, 1948

    World Peace Conference

    Short document regarding the end of the World Peace Conference, plans for an event by the Global Women's Union.

  • April 22, 1949

    World Peace Conference

    Short document on potential attendance of the global peace conference in Paris.

  • April 30, 1949

    Pacifist World Conference

    Information on Anṭūn Tābit, Muṣṭafá al-'Arīs and other members of the Lebanese pacifist movement.

  • May 03, 1949

    Ra'īf al-Khūrī's (Ra'eef al-Khoury) Activities

    Document describing Ra'īf al-Khūrī's activities particularly regarding the International Peace Conference.

  • 1950

    The Pacifist Movement

    Document describing the origin of the Pacifist movement in Lebanon, its development in the Middle East, and mentions how the Communist Party came to be involved in the movement.

  • 1950

    Signatures of Pacifists

    Photograph of pacifist petition regarding the manufacture of atomic weapons.

  • September 28, 1950

    Monitoring the Pacifists

    Short note to the interior ministry from the President of the Sûreté Générale regarding local newspapers which are publishing telegrams from the Pacifists and the Women's Rights Committee, two organizations with communist ties.

  • October 04, 1950

    Request to Stop Publishing Claims in Newspapers

    Request that local newspapers stop publishing articles on the Lebanese Women's Rights Committee and the Pacifists.

  • October 06, 1950

    Names of Signatories to the Call for Peace

    Short document. List of people who signed the call for peace and their professions.

  • 1953

    Pacifists' Committee in Lebanon

    A list of the members of the Pacifist's Committee in Lebanon and information about them including their parents' names, places and dates of birth, and nationality.

  • March 07, 1953

    A Pacifist Conference in Lebanon

    Report about a conference for the Pacifists and other left wing parties convening at the home of the leader of the Pacifists in Lebanon to discuss defending the Middle East, an Arab-Turkish union and peace with Israel.

  • August 22, 1953

    A Pacifist Conference in Lebanon

    Notes on a conference of pacifists held outside of Beirut by Anṭūn Tābit in order to discuss urgent issues including the results of the Lebanese elections and moving on to the next step of their project, i.e. resistance projects.

  • 1956

    World Peace Council

    Document describing a statement on the Suez Canal crisis published by the head of the Pacifists in Lebanon.

  • April 17, 1956

    Report about the Pacifist Movement

    Report on the pacifist movement in Lebanon- its foundations, its association other left-wing groups including the communist movement, its anti-colonial mission, its opposition to the 1954 Turkish-Pakistani Pact of Mutual Cooperation and then the Baghdad Pact, the movement's development as its ranks expanded, expansion in Syria after Shishaklī came to power, a description of the scope of its power as of 1956 and information on its propaganda tools.

  • 1971

    Organizations in which the Communists are Active

    Document describes links between members of the Pacifists and the Communist Party, and includes notes on the 14th May 1971 meeting of the Pacifists.