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Souha Fawaz Bechara also spelled Souha Bechara or Soha Bechara (Arabic : سهى فواز بشارة) (born June 15, 1967) is a Lebanese woman who, at the age of twenty one, attempted to assassinate General Antoine Lahad of the South Lebanon Army. Lahad survived the assassination whereas Bechara was quickly arrested and held in the infamous Khiam prison. She was finally released on September 3, 1998, following an intense Lebanese, European, and even Israeli campaign in her favour. In 2003, her autobiography — Resistance: My Life for Lebanon — where she relates her life in Lebanon before and after the assassination, was published. In 2011, Souha Bechara published another book, translated as “I dream of a cell of cherries” which is another autobiography, as a co-author with Cosette Elias Ibrahim, a Lebanese journalist who was also detained in the Khiam prison, and who was liberated on the 22nd of May 2000, when Israel pulled out of the south of Lebanon and the South Lebanon Army forces abandoned the Khiam prison.
Parts of her story were used in the 2010 film Incendies