Lebanon

Analysis of the draft of the UN Security Council resolution proposed by France and the United States to end the hostilities between Israel and Hezbollah

On August 5, 2006, after intensive diplomatic efforts, the French and American representatives to the UN reached an agreement for a proposed draft of a Security Council resolution to end the hostilities between Israel and Hezbollah. A vote is expected to be taken during the coming days. The proposed resolution is being debated and corrections
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Agreements, arrangements and understandings concerning Lebanon to which Israel was involved during the past 30 years – background, data, lessons and conclusions.

Summary, conclusions and lessons of thirty years of agreements, arrangements and understandings in Lebanon.
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Syria as a strategic prop for Hezbollah and Hamas

Syria, along with its ally Iran, is consistently supports Hezbollah and the Palestinian terrorist organizations to attain a variety of strategic goals: strengthening the radical Iranian-Syrian axis in the Middle East; weakening Israel by tearing apart its social fabric and damaging its economy; strengthening Syria’s influence in Lebanon; strengthening the radical Islamic forces in the
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An International Force: Advantages and Disadvantages

Discussions about security arrangements in Lebanon at the end of the war have included the proposal to station an international force in that country. Yet the UN has a very bad name in terms of confronting strong forces in areas where it is stationed.
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News of the Israeli-Hezbollah confrontation (as of noon, Sunday July 30)

The confrontation between Israel and Hezbollah, unprecedented in extent and intensity since the end of the war in Lebanon, entered its 18th day
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The Arab hate industry

Lebanon is still a center for the distribution of anti-Semitic literature, including books by Hezbollah’s publishing house. Such literature, distributed across the Arab and Muslim world, inspires hatred against Israel and the Jewish people and may legitimize violence against them.
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