Fouad Abou Nader (Arabic: فؤاد أبو ناضر) is a Lebanese political leader. A grandson of the Kataeb Party founder Pierre Gemayel, Abou Nader became a Kataeb party activist and head of the elite Kataeb troop called the “BG” and later on head of the Lebanese Forces after the union of various Christian military groupings. After an internal revolt in the Lebanese Forces led by Elie Hobeika and Samir Geagea against his leadership, he relinquished his power to them refusing to what he considered a fratricide venture.
Abou Nader remained active in Lebanese Forces veterans group and return briefly to the Kataeb party that was marred at the time by deep divisions between various factions of the party before leaving disenchanted. He eventually established his own political movement, Liberty Front that he heads as general coordinator.
He was seriously injured in 1975, 1976 and 1983 in fights against Palestinians and Syrians and in 1986 survived an assassination attempt and was severely wounded. In thje late 1980s, he also established his own medical and paramedical engineering firm.
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... Abi-Ra'ad September 1988 Father Sleiman Abou Khalil 13 October 1990 Bilal Abou Nader 22 February 1987 Elie Abou Nader 21 November 1984 Elie Farid Abou Nader 1987 Amin Abou Rjeily 1983 Fouad Abou ... Elias Sarrouf 6 September 1982 Mohamed Fayez al-Sayyed 1986 Samir Fouad al-Sayyegh 8 September 1987 Bassam Jirjis Semaan 1996 Nimr Sema'an Youssef Tanious Semaan 1991 Edward Sfeir August ...
... Abou Nader is chairman of Tanit Paramedic Tanit Medical Engineering ... Tanit was established in 1987 ...
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