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UN Resolutions Against Israel

UN Resolutions Against Israel

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This is quite a list! We should really look at this before attacking anyone else!!
This is quite a list! We should really look at this before attacking anyone else!!

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 Rogue State: Israeli Violations of U.N. Security Council  Resolutions79 Current Un-Resolved UN ResolutionsFaulting Israel for Non-Compliance!
 January 27, 2010by Jeremy R. Hammondhttp://www.foreignpolicyjournal.com
Following is a list of United Nations Security Council resolutions directly critical of Israel for violations of U.N.Security Council resolutions, the U.N. Charter, the Geneva
 
Conventions, international terrorism, or other violationsof international law.
Res. 57 (Sep. 18, 1948)
– Expresses deep shock at the assassination of the U.N.Mediator in Palestine, Count Folke Bernadotte, by Zionist terrorists.
Res. 89 (Nov. 17, 1950)
– Requests that attention be given to the expulsion of “thousands of Palestine Arabs” and calls upon concerned governments to take nofurther action “involving the transfer of persons across international frontiers orarmistice lines”, and notes that Israel announced that it would withdraw to thearmistice lines.
Res. 93 (May 18, 1951)
– Finds that Israeli airstrikes on Syria on April 5, 1951constitutes “a violation of the cease-fire”, and decides that Arab civilians expelledfrom the demilitarized zone by Israel should be allowed to return.
Res. 100 (Oct. 27, 1953)
– Notes that Israel had said it would stop work it startedin the demilitarized
 zone on September 2, 1953.Res. 101 (Nov. 24, 1953)
– Finds Israel’s attack on Qibya, Jordan on October 14-15, 1953 to be a violation of the cease-fire and “Expresses the strongest censure of that action”.
Res. 106 (Mar. 29, 1955)
– Condemns Israel’s attack on Egyptian forces in theGaza Strip on February 28, 1955.
Res. 111 (Jan. 19, 1956)
– Condemns Israel’s attack on Syria on December 11,1955 as “a flagrant violation of the cease-fire” and armistice agreement.
Res. 119 (Oct. 31, 1956)
– Considers that “a grave situation has been created” bythe attack against Egypt by the forces of Britain, France, and Israel.
Res. 171 (Apr. 9, 1962)
– Reaffirms resolution 111 and determines that Israel’sattack on Syria on March 16-17, 1962 “constitutes a flagrant violation of thatresolution”.
Res. 228 (Nov. 25, 1966)
– “Deplores the loss of life and heavy damage toproperty resulting from the action” by Israel in the southern Hebron area onNovember 13, 1966, and “Censures Israel for this large-scale military action inviolation of the United Nations Charter” and the armistice agreement between Israeland Jordan.
Res. 237 (Jun. 14, 1967)
– Calls on Israel “to ensure the safety, welfare andsecurity of the inhabitants where military operations have taken place” during the
 
war launched by Israel on June 5, 1967 “and to facilitate the return of thoseinhabitants who have fled the areas since the outbreak of hostilities”.
Res. 242 (Nov. 22, 1967)
– Emphasizes “the inadmissibility of the acquisition of territory by war”, emphasizes that member states have a commitment to abide bythe U.N. Charter, and calls on Israel to withdraw from the territories it occupiedduring the June 1967 war.
Res. 248 (Mar. 24, 1968)
– Observes that the Israeli attack on Jordan “was of alarge-scale and carefully planned nature”, “Deplores the loss of life and heavydamage to property”, “Condemns the military action launched by Israel in flagrantviolation of the United Nations Charter and the cease-fire resolutions”, and “Callsupon Israel to desist from” further violations of resolution 237.
Res. 250 (Apr. 27, 1968)
– Considers “that the holding of a military parade in Jerusalem will aggravate tensions in the area and have an adverse effect on apeaceful settlement of the problems in the area” and “Calls upon Israel to refrainfrom holding the military parade in Jerusalem which is contemplated” for May 2,1968.
Res. 251 (May 2, 1968)
– Recalls resolution 250 and “Deeply deplores the holdingby Israel of the military parade in Jerusalem” on May 2, 1968 “in disregard of”resolution 250.
Res. 252 (May 21, 1968)
– “Deplores the failure of Israel to comply with” GeneralAssembly resolutions 2253 and 2254, considers Israel’s annexation of Jerusalem“invalid”, and calls upon Israel “to rescind all such measures already taken and todesist forthwith from taking any further action which tends to change the status of  Jerusalem”.
Res. 256 (Aug. 16, 1968)
– Recalls Israel’s “flagrant violation of the UnitedNations Charter” condemned in resolution 248, observes that further Israeli airattacks on Jordan “were of a large scale and carefully planned nature in violation of resolution 248”, “Deplores the loss of life and heavy damage to property”, andcondemns Israel’s attacks.
Res. 259 (Sep. 27, 1968)
– Expresses concern for “the safety, welfare andsecurity” of the Palestinians “under military occupation by Israel”, deplores “thedelay in the implementation of resolution 237 (1967) because of the conditions stillbeing set by Israel for receiving a Special Representative of the Secretary-General”,and requests Israel to receive the Special Representative and facilitate his work.

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