The impact of the Revolt of Ali Pasha Jumblatt on the Migration of the Jumblattians to Mount Lebanon
In this research, an attempt was made to shed light on the reasons and motives that led to this transformation and the transition to Lebanon through a large migration of this family, which was certainly not the only one that migrated from Aleppo to Mount Lebanon but was followed by other families condemning it with allegiance to the Jumblatt family. Significant political, economic and social influence in Aleppo before emigration. The research will show how the rebellion of its leader Prince Ali Pasha Jumblatt on the Ottoman state and his attempt to ally with Florence and with the participation of the Prince of Mount Lebanon, Prince Fakhruddin II, and how he succeeded in the beginning of the era of the acquisition of large areas of the Levant and then end to exile, The Jumblatt family and its allies to emigrate to Lebanon, where they found a safe haven to save them from the humiliation that had afflicted them As a result of their Amir rebellion.
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