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  UN Security Council Resolution 242 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
United Nations Security Council Resolution 242 (S/RES/242) was adopted unanimously by the UN Security Council on November 22, 1967 in the aftermath of the Six Day War.
The resolution is the formula proposed by the Security Council for the successful resolution of the Arab-Israeli conflict, in particular, ending the state of belligerency then existing between Egypt, Jordan and Syria versus Israel.
The UN resolution, however, did serve as a basis for Israeli-Palestinian negotiations (Palestinians being represented by the PLO) that led to the Oslo Accords.
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 Internal Israeli Politics
Passed by the U.N. Security Council in the wake of the June 1967 war, this binding resolution is the basis for all peace negotiations.
The subsequent American clarification of Resolution 338, which was the basis of Israel’s agreement to a cease-fire, established that the term "negotiation between the parties" means direct negotiations and that all agreements and maps that result from these direct negotiations be determined by agreement between the negotiating parties.
While UN General Assembly Resolution 194 calls for those "refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbors" to be able to do so, this would implicitly necessitate that the returning refugees recognize the new political realities — the creation of the State of Israel.
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 Encyclopedia: UN Security Council Resolution 242   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
A session of the Security Council in progress The United Nations Security Council is the most powerful organ of the United Nations.
Security Council Resolution 242 (S/RES/242) was adopted by the UN Security Council on November 22, 1967 in the aftermath of the Six Day War.
UN Resolution 181, the first UN resolution to deal with the Palestinian refugees.
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 Un security   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
UN Security Council Resolution 1441 United Nations Security Council Resolution1441 is a resolution by the UN Security Council, passed unanimously.
UN Security Council Resolution 1244 on Kosovo adopted 6/10/99.
The Security Council was constructed as an organ with primary responsibility forpreserving peace.
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 Clarification of UN Security Council Resolution 242   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Requests the Secretary-General to report to the Security Council on the progress of the efforts of the Special Representative as soon as possible.
And then the essential phrase which is not sufficiently recognized is that withdrawal should take place to secure and recognized boundaries, and these words were very carefully chosen: they have to be secure and they have to be recognized.
The phrasing of the Resolution was very carefully worked out, and it was a difficult and complicated exercise to get it accepted by the UN Security Council.
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 THE GOLAN HEIGHTS AND THE FACTS - UN SECURITY COUNCIL RESOLUTION 242 - A WITHDRAWAL TO THE 1949/1967 LINES?
Resolution 242 specifically calls for termination of all claims or states of belligerency and respect for and acknowledgment of the sovereignty of every State in the area.
The Resolution also specifically endorses free passage through international waterways...The efforts of the Arab States, strongly supported by the USSR, for a condemnation of Israel as the aggressor and for its withdrawal to the June 5, 1967 lines, failed to command the requisite support..." (Columbia Journal of International Law, Vol 12 no 2, 1973).
***242 calls for the introduction of a NEW reality of 'secure and recognized borders', which indicates that the OLD reality of the 1949/1967 Lines is neither secure nor recognized.
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 Baseless Comparisons: UN Security Council Resolutions on Iraq and Israel - Dore Gold
Resolutions adopted under Chapter VI of the UN Charter - that deals with "Pacific Resolution of Disputes" - are implemented through a process of negotiation, conciliation, or arbitration between the parties to a dispute.
UN Security Council Resolution 242 from November 1967 is a Chapter VI resolution which, when taken together with Resolution 338, leads to an Israeli withdrawal from territories (not all the territories) that Israel entered in the 1967 Six-Day War, by means of a negotiated settlement between Israel and its Arab neighbors.
UN Security Council Resolution 661 provided that no state was to trade in Iraqi oil; subsequently, the UN created, for humanitarian reasons, the oil-for-food program, which permitted Iraqi oil sales as long as the UN could strictly control the expenditure of any resulting oil revenues for food and medicine.
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 U.N. Security Council Resolution 242 - The United Nations and Israel
After lengthy discussion, a final draft for a Security Council resolution was presented by the British Ambassador, Lord Caradon, on November 22, 1967.
This resolution, numbered 242, established provisions and principles which, it was hoped, would lead to a solution of the conflict.
Resolution 242 was to become the cornerstone of Middle East diplomatic efforts in the coming decades.
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 United Jerusalem - - J.C.P.A. -- 3/28/2002
UN Security Council Resolution 242 was painstakingly drafted by the British ambassador to the United Nations, Lord Caradon, in the fall of 1967 after the Six Day War.
Resolution 242 was adopted unanimously by the Security Council, and has since become the foundation of every Arab-Israeli peace agreement.
Unfortunately, Arab ambassadors at the UN have sought to justify terrorism as legitimate "resistance to occupation." A shift away from this formal line of argument at the UN would be a welcome change, but there are no indications that the Arab states are moving in this direction.
www.unitedjerusalem.org /index2.asp?id=87097   (817 words)

  
 (Re)visiting UN Security Council Resolution 242 :: (Countering the Israeli interpretation) :: (by Baha Abushaqra) - ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
No other resolution is ‘officially accepted’ by all contending parties (it was adopted unanimously at the council’s 1382nd meeting) and yet so contested for the interpretation of its provisions --each party seems to have a different understanding of what it stipulates.
For that reason, the United Nations Security Council determined in a historic decision, Resolution 242, that Israel was entitled to "secure and recognized boundaries" and was not expected to withdraw from all the territories that its forces had entered — and from which it was attacked — in the Six Day War.
Yet, if resolution 242 were taken as the ultimate working formula for resolving the Middle East conflict, it would be grossly 'unjust' to the Palestinians, for it means that Palestinians would be compelled to forgo some 78% of their historical homeland.
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 Jewish Law Student Association: UN Resolution 242   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Following the June '67, Six-Day War, the situation in the Middle East was discussed by the UN General Assembly, which referred the issue to the Security Council.
The Arab States insisted that Security Council Resolution 242 called for a total withdrawal of Israeli forces from territories occupied in the Six-Day War.
Israel held that the withdrawal phrase in the Resolution was not meant to refer to a total withdrawal.
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 United Nations Security Council Resolution 242
The Resolution was carefully worded to require that Israel withdraw from "territories" rather than "the territories." This construction, leaving out "the," was intentional, because it was not envisioned that Israel would withdraw from all the territories, thereby returning to the vulnerable pre-war borders.
Resolution 242, which as undersecretary of state for political affairs between 1966 and 1969 I helped produce, calls on the parties to make peace and allows Israel to administer the territories it occupied in 1967 until "a just and lasting peace in the Middle East" is achieved.
It was widely recognized that the balancing of the ideas of a territorial return with "secure and recognized boundaries" for Israel would mean that Israel would not be forced to withdraw from 100% of the land captured in the June 1967 war.
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 Defensible Borders for a Lasting Peace   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
And it was rooted in America's long-standing support for the security of Israel that went well beyond the various legal interpretations of UN resolutions.
This was especially true of the withdrawal clause in the resolution which called on Israeli armed forces to withdraw "from territories" and not "from all the territories" or "from the territories" as the Soviet Union had demanded.
President Johnson's insistence on protecting the territorial flexibility of Resolution 242 could be traced to his statements made on June 19, 1967, in the immediate wake of the Six-Day War.
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 CAMERA: BACKGROUNDER: Camp David 2000
This is incorrect — the practice in the UN is that the binding version of any resolution is the one voted upon, which is always in the language of the introducing party.
It should also be noted that (1) the resolution applies equally to Palestinian refugees from Israel, and to the similar number of Jewish refugees from Arab countries who came to Israel after 1948, and (2) that it placed repatriation, resettlement, and payment of compensation on an equal footing.
Moreover, not only does the UN admit the figures are of doubtful accuracy, there being obvious reason for families to claim more members and thereby receive more aid, the UN also admits that the total includes 1,463,064 Jordanian citizens, who cannot by any stretch be considered refugees.
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 Visions of Peace, Realities of Occupation   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
See General Assembly Resolutions 2253 (ES-V) of 4 July 1967 and 2254 (ES-V) of 14 July 1967; and Security Council Resolution 252 of 21 May 1968, 259 of 27 September 1968, 267 of 3 July 1969, and 298 of 25 September 1971.
UN Security Council Resolution 478 (20 June 1980) rejects Israel's enactment of the basic law on Jerusalem as does UN General Assembly Resolution 35/207 (16 December 1980).
For instance, UN Security Council Resolution 465 (1 March 1980) affirms that the Fourth Geneva Convention "is applicable to the Arab territories occupied by Israel since 1967, including Jerusalem." return
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 UN-group-pages-242-explained
UN Security Council Resolution 242 specifies that Israel must retreat from some territories, and not necessarily all of them.
In order for future borders to be viable, Resolution 242 indicates that they need to be reached by agreement of all parties.
The Security Council did not say Israel must withdraw from "all the" territories occupied after the Six-Day war.
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 Does the International News Media Overlook Israel's Legal Rights in the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict? - Dan Diker
Frequent references to Israel's legal obligation to withdraw to the pre-1967 borders are inconsistent with UN Security Council Resolution 242 and the Oslo Accords.
UN Security Council Resolution 242 of 22 November 1967, which was the basis of the 1992 Madrid peace conference and the 1993 Oslo accords, require Israel to withdraw from "territories" to "secure and recognized borders," not from "the territories" or "all the territories" captured in the Six-Day War.
Anyone familiar with the actions of the UN Security Council on the issue of southern Lebanon cannot define the Shaaba Farms as disputed between Israel and Lebanon, since the UN formally acknowledged that Israel had fully withdrawn from Lebanese territory.
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 The Middle East 10e
The United Nations Security Council shall be requested to endorse the peace treaties and ensure that their provisions shall not be violated.
The permanent members of the Security Council shall be requested to underwrite the peace treaties and ensure respect for their provisions.
Should the cabinet insist on the adopted resolution, or should the grace period pass without issuing and returning the decree, the decree of the resolution shall be valid and must be published.
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 Sharon Rewrites the Peace Script - Council on Foreign Relations
In the face of the resolution's explicit affirmation of "the inadmissibility of the acquisition of territory by war," Sharon proposes that 242 intended to grant Israel rights to the West Bank and Gaza that are equal to the Palestinians' rights formally recognized by the United Nations in 1947.
Sharon's latest fantasy about 242 is no less absurd than was his proposition that he could get Palestinians to end their violent resistance to Israel's occupation without offering a political framework that holds out the promise of meeting minimal Palestinian national aspirations if they end the violence.
For information on Council Special Reports or other reports that are not for sale, or for general publications infomation, please call 212-434-9516 or e-mail publications@cfr.org.
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 FrontPage magazine.com :: Defensible Borders for Israel by Dore Gold   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
Instead, according to Resolution 242, Israel was specifically required to withdraw only from "territories" (and not "all" the territories) to "secure and recognized boundaries" that were to be different from the vulnerable earlier lines from which it had been attacked.
UN Security Council Resolution 242 was adopted during the Johnson administration.
Water security meant that this particular aquifer would remain under Israel's ultimate control, though the water output itself could be shared with West Bank Palestinians, who would gain access to other aquifers in any case.
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 Al-Ahram Weekly | Opinion |Logical conclusions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
For nearly three decades, Israel used a linguistic loophole to insist that Resolution 242 called for withdrawal from "territories" occupied in 1967, but did not define the extent of that withdrawal.
The resolution begins by recalling the international principle of the inadmissibility of the acquisition of territory by war, and others obliging the occupying power not to carry out any demographic or geographic changes in the territories it holds by force.
The US and other Western powers have led the trend calling for international intervention to implement Security Council resolutions and force countries that pose a threat to the security of any region to stop their aggressive behaviour.
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 Palestine-UN.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This resolution, along with the principle of returning the land in exchange for peace (land for peace) which was embodied in it, became the basis for the Middle East peace process.
Many Security Council and other UN resolutions have dealt with specific Israeli grave breaches of the Convention and other acts contrary to its provisions, such as settlements, measures related to Jerusalem, deportations, indiscriminate shooting of civilians and collective punishment.
The resolutions all condemn such illegal Israeli actions call for their cessation and for full Israeli compliance with the provisions of the Convention and the terms of those resolutions.
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 Inquiry and Analysis Series - No. 30
The Declaration of Principles between Israel and the PLO establishes Resolution 242 as the basis for the peace process.
Therefore, although the PLO Central Council declared in early July 2000 that September 13 is the official date for the UDI,[6] senior Palestinian officials revealed the intention to postpone the declaration to an unspecified date before the end of the year.
PNC Chairman, Salim Al-Za'anoon, also, stated that "the decision of the Central Council in its previous session was that the declaration of the state should come before the end of the year, therefore the council will consider the many [possible] datesÂ…" He stressed that the council is not tied to any of the proposed dates.
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 Timeline: United Nations Resolutions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-07)
This is a timeline and list of selected United Nations Resolutions passed in reference to the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.
This is due to a subtle difference between the English and the French texts (both official) which refer to withdrawal "from territories occupied" and "des territoires occupés" (from the territories occupied) respectively.
Note: Resolution 338 is important today especially because it calls for the immediate implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 242 with a view to establish peace.
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 Jordanian Removal of the PLO
After months of diplomatic wrangling, on November 22, 1967, the UN Security Council adopted Resolution 242 as a guideline for a Middle East settlement.
This was followed in November 1967 with his acceptance of UN Security Council Resolution 242.
But the king's action did not reflect a new domestic policy; rather, it indicated Hussein's hope that a nationalist cabinet would support peace negotiations generated by a proposed UN peace mission to be conducted by Gunnar Jarring.
www.globalsecurity.org /military/world/war/jordan-civil.htm   (1947 words)

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