Foundations Of The International Legal Rights Of The Jewish People And The State Of Israel

Author: Cynthia D. Wallace
Publisher: Charisma Media
ISBN: 1616389176
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[as] agreed upon by the Parties without prejudice to future territorial settlements
or boundary lines or to claims of either Party relating thereto [emphasis added].77
All of the 1949 armistice agreements expressly provide that such lines have no
political or legal significance that could in any way prejudice future arrangements
or agreements under international law. Nothing has ever changed this. On 28
May 1967 Professor Mughraby wrote in the Beirut Daily Star: Israel is the only
State in ...

The Right Of Individual Self Defense In Public International Law

Author: Jan Kittrich
Publisher: Logos Verlag Berlin GmbH
ISBN: 3832519556
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Based on the available evidence and the consequences thereof (several Israeli
soldiers killed; two soldiers kidnapped back to Lebanon and numerous rockets
fired at Israeli border towns) it is submitted that the attack was a premeditated
illegal act of a highly organized group. ... Jurist Forum (University of Pittsburgh,
School of Law), Aug 13, 2006 (Hezbollah's attack on 12 July 2006 was a border
incident that under international law does not amount to an armed attack against
a nation.) ...

The American Journal Of International Law

Author: James Brown Scott
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except as part of a firm prior agreement which dealt with all the major issues in
the controversy: justice for the refugees; guarantees of security for Israel's border,
and her maritime rights in the Gulf of Aqaba and the Suez Canal; a solution for ...
from the international understandings of 1957, justified Israeli military action
under Article 51 as an act of self-defense.11 Fourth, while the majority approach
always linked Israeli withdrawal to the establishment of a condition of peace
through an ...

Third World Book Review

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It should be pointed out that the Israeli government refused to co-operate with the
Commission and, as such, the evidence must be considered, to a certain extent
at least, incomplete, though the results are unlikely to have been different Of the
report's three sections, the first discusses and evaluates Israel's so- called self-
justifications, under international law, for its invasion of Lebanon, It convincingly
demonstrates how Israel's stated aims, together with the legal and political ...

Proceedings Of The American Society Of International Law At Its Annual Meeting

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except as part of a firm prior agreement which dealt with all the major issues in
the controversy: justice for the refugees; guarantees of security for Israel's border,
and her maritime rights in the Gulf of Aqaba and the Suez Canal; a solution for
Ierusalem which met ... These paragraphs, which were put into the agreements at
Arab insistence, were the legal foundation for the controversies over the wording
of paragraphs 1 and 3 of Security Council Resolution 242, of November 22, 1967

Transnational Conflicts And International Law

Author: Constantin von der Groeben
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
ISBN: 3735759254
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This work aims to provide structure to the current debate and analyzes the applicability of both humanitarian law and human rights law.

Israel Palestine The Black Book

Author: Reporters Without Borders
Publisher: Pluto Press
ISBN: 9780745321424
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Reporters Without Borders. free of any degrading handling whatsoever'. The
Supreme Court thus put an end to practices of torture that were permitted in
advance, recorded in detailed instructions, discussed and determined in the
meetings of ... In response to claims of the State Attorney's Office, implying that
international law permits torture and ill-treatment in the form of 'moderate physical
pressure' under certain conditions, the Supreme Court aptly defined the
provisions of this law in ...


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17 Finally, any Israeli agreement to Golan demilitarization would be exceedingly
problematic under Israeli law. In 1981, the ... Sec discussion of Palestinian
demilitarization, by this author, in: Louis Rene Beres, "Israel's Survival
Imperatives: The Oslo Agreements in International law and National Strategy,"
Ariel Center for Policy Research. Policy Papers No. ... I-egal personality is the
authoritative capacity that accompanies certain entitlements and obligations
under international law.

Asia And Africa Today

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From the very beginning, Egypt was assigned the role of at least a passive
participant in the implementation of the schemes by Washington and Tel Aviv.
The Camp David accords were the "legal foundations" of the "peace treaty",
concluded in March 1979 by the Sadat regime and Israel, under the direct
patronage of US President. It was a deal whose architects deliberately violated a
whole number of the norms of international law in order to "legitimise" the
desertion of Cairo from the ...