U.N. Security Council resolutions condemning Zionist terrorism
- Resolution No. 57 dated
September 18, 1948 in which the Security Council expresses its
profound shock at the assassination of the United Nations mediator
in Palestine, Count Folke Berndotte in a cowardly act committed by
a ciminal group of terrorists in Jerusalem.
- Res. No. 59 dated October
19, 1948 in which the Council expresses its concern over the fact
of Israel's not having submitted a report on the assassination of
Count Brandotte, and proclaiming it to be the duty of governments
throughout the world to cooperate with the supervisory body.
- Res. No. 60 dated October
29, 1948 in which the Council resolves to establish a
sub-committee to revise the draft resolution with regard to the
situation in Jerusalem.
- Res. No. 61 dated November
4, 1948 in which the Council calls for the withdrawal of
[Israeli] forces and the establishment of permanent truce
- Res. No. 89 dated November
17, 1950 in which the Council calls for action to address
complaints regarding mechanisms for carrying out truce agreements
(namely, the complaint filed by Egypt with regard to the expulsion
of Palestinian Arabs).
- Res. No. 92 dated May 8,
1951 in which the Council asks for a ceasefire in the
demilitarized zone along the Syrian-Israeli truce lines.
- Res. No. 100 dated October
27, 1953 in which the Council asks Israel to cease water drainage
and rerouting operations in the delimitarized zone from Hawlah.
- Res. No. 101 dated
November 24, 1953 in which the Council condemns the Israel attack
on Qubiya of October 14-15, 1953, the Council having found that
the retaliatory Israeli action against Qubiya and all similar acts
[represent violations of] the ceasefire agreement issued
in Security Council Resolution No. 54 of 1948.
- Res. No. 106 dated March
29, 1955 in which the Council condemns the Israeli aggression
against Gaza on February 28, 1955, having judged such aggression
to be a premeditated attack on the part of Israeli authorities
carried by the Israeli Standing Army against the Egyptian Standing
Army in the Gaza strip.
- Res. No. 111 dated January
19, 1956 in which the Council condemns the Israeli aggression
against Syrian territory on December 11, 1955 (the Lake Tiberius
region), the Israeli standing army having carried out an attack on
the Syrian standing army forces on Syrian territory.
- Res. No. 237 dated June
14, 1967 in which the Council calls upon Israel to respect human
rights in the regions affected by the Middle East conflict of
1967, the Council having taken into consideration the urgent need
to relieve the suffering of civilian inhabitants of the area and
of war captives in the areas affected by said conflict.
- Res. No. 248 dated March
24, 1968 in which the Council condemns the large-scale,
premeditated Israeli military action which had been carried out
against Karama, Jordan.
- Res. No. 256 dated August 16, 1968 in which the Council condemns the Israeli military aggression against Salt, Jordan involving two heavy air attacks.
- Res. No. 262 dated
December 31, 1968 condemning Israeli aggression against the
international, civilian Beirut airport.
- Res. No. 265 dated April
1, 1969 condemning deliberate, repeated aggression by Israeli
civilians against Jordanian villages and populated areas (i.e.,
- Res. No. 270 dated August
26, 1969 condemning deliberate Israeli aggression against south
Lebanon, which represented a violation of Israeli's obligations in
accordance with the Security Council charter and resolutions.
- Res. No. 271 dated
September 15, 1969 condemning Israel for its desecration of the
Aqsa Mosque (via arson) on August 21, 1969, and calling for the
revocation of all measures capable of changing the situation in
- Res. No. 280 dated May 19,
1970 condemning Israel for large-scale, deliberate, carefully
planned aggression against Lebanon.
- Res. No. 316 dated June
29, 1972 condemning Israeli attacks on Lebanon and demanding the
immediate release of Syrian and Lebanese military and security
personnel who had been abducted.
- Res. No. 317 dated July 21
expressing the Council's regret over Israel's failure to
repatriate the Syrian and Lebanese military and security personnel
referred to above, and calling upon Israel to repatriate them
without further delay.
- Res. No. 332 dated April
21, 1973 condemning Israel for its repeated military attacks
against Lebanon, and expressing the Council's regret over all the
recent acts of violence which had led to the loss of innocent
lives as well as endangering civilian international aviation.
- Res. No. 337 dated August
15, 1973 condemning Israel for its violation of Lebanese
sovereignty by the aggression committed by the Israeli air force
against Lebanese territorial integrity, as well as by highjacking
and detouring a civilian Lebanese airplane which had been rented
to the Iraqi Airlines.
- Res. No. 452 dated July
20, 1979 asking Israeli Occupation Forces to cease operations
involving expansion of Israeli settlements in occupied Arab lands,
- Res. No. 468 dated May 8,
1980 demanding that Israel (in its capacity as the occupying
force) revoke all illegal measures (vis., deportation) taken
against the mayors of the townships of Hebron and Halhoul, and the
Shari'a Magistrate of Hebron.
- Res. No. 469 dated May 20,
1980 demanding once again that Israel revoke all measures taken
agasint the Palestian leaders mentioned heretofore, and facilitate
their immediate repatriation so as to enable them to resume the
duties the fulfillment of which they had been duly elected and
- Res. No. 573 dated October
4, 1985 condemning Israel aggression agasint Tunis, which caused
heavy losses in human life in addition to massive material losses,
and urging member nations of the United Nation to take measures to
prevent Israel from negaging in similar acts of acctions.
- Res. No. 592 dated
December 8, 1986 condemning the Israeli army's having opened fire,
thereby killing and wounding students at Bir Zeit University.
- Res. No. 605 dated
December 22, 1987 condemning Israeli practices violating human
rights of the Palestinian people in the occupied territories and
asking Israel to adhere immediately and precisely to the Geneva
accords as they related to the protection of civilians in time of
- Res. No. 607 dated January
5, 1988 asking that Israel refrain from deporting Palestinian
civilians from the occupied territories.
- Res. No. 608 dated January
5, 1988 asking Israel to rescind the order to deport Palestinian
civilians, and to ensure the repatriation of those already having
- Res. No. 611 dated April
25, 1988 condemning Israeli aggression agasint Tunis on April 16,
1988, aggression which resulted in human loss of life, and in
particular, the death of . . . [khalil al-wazir].
- Res. No. 636 dated July 6,
1989 asking Israel to ensure the repatriation to the occupied
territories of those who had been deported (eight Palestinian
civilians as of June 29, 1989), and to desist from deporting any
more Palestinian civililans.
- Res. No. 641 dated August 30, 1989 condemning Israel's continued deporation of Palestinian civilians (having deported five Palestinian civilians on August 27, 1989), and asking Israel to ensure the immediated repatriation of those thus far deported.