British Mandate in Palestine – 1922

November 10, 2006

The mandates for Palestine and Syria came into force simultaneously on September 29, 1922. In this document, the League of Nations recognized the “historical connection of the Jewish people with Palestine” and the “grounds for reconstituting their national home in that country.”

UN Resolution 181 – 1947

November 10, 2006

United Nations General Assembly Resolution 181 called for the partition of the British-ruled Palestine Mandate into a Jewish state and an Arab state. It was approved on November 29, 1947 with 33 votes in favor, 13 against, 10 abstentions and one absent.

The Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel - May 14

The Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel – May 14, 1948

November 10, 2006

On May 14, 1948, on the day in which the British Mandate over a Palestine expired, the Jewish People’s Council gathered at the Tel Aviv Museum, and approved the following proclamation, declaring the establishment of the State of Israel.

The Balfour Declaration – 1917

November 2, 2006

During the First World War, British policy became gradually committed to the idea of establishing a Jewish home in Palestine (Eretz Yisrael). After discussions in the British Cabinet, and consultation with Zionist leaders, the decision was made known in the form of a letter by Arthur James Lord Balfour to Lord Rothschild. The letter represents the first political recognition of Zionist aims by a Great Power.

UN Security Council Resolution 1701 – 2006

August 11, 2006

In the midst of a military confrontation between Israel and Hezbollah militia forces in Lebanon in July-August 2006 which brought about hundreds of deaths and injuries on both sides, the extensive damage to civilian infrastructure and massive internal displacement triggered by the 12 July abduction of two Israeli soldiers in a cross-border raid, the requirements for a ceasefire agreement were discussed by the UN General Assembly, which referred the issue to the Security Council. After lengthy discussion, a final draft for a Security Council resolution was adopted on August 11, 2006.

Australia’s Israel Question: A matter for civilised debate or partisan? (2006)

August 1, 2006 | Alan Goldberg

The catalyst for this conversation was the publication of Antony Loewenstein’s “My Israel Question”. But what is that question? Loewenstein calls it “a plea for mutual respect and understanding”. Yet his text does not consider mutuality in any way. He says his central concern is “a sustainable future for Israel and the Palestinians”.

Community Solidarity Briefing, Melbourne – 2006

July 30, 2006

Ladies & Gentlemen, I begin with condolences to the families of the victims, both Israel Defence Force and citizens of Israel, as well as to the families of innocents in Lebanon and Gaza

Israeli-Palestinian Interim Agreement – 1995

July 12, 2006

Israeli-Palestinian Interim Agreement on the West Bank and the Gaza Strip – September 28, 1995

Declaration of Principles on Interim Self-Government - 1993

Declaration of Principles on Interim Self-Government – 1993

July 12, 2006

The Government of the State of Israel and the P.L.O. team (in the Jordanian-Palestinian delegation to the Middle East Peace Conference) (the “Palestinian Delegation”), representing the Palestinian people, agree that it is time to put an end to decades of confrontation and conflict, recognize their mutual legitimate and political rights

UN Security Council Resolution 425 – 1978

July 12, 2006

Following the March 11, 1978 terrorist attack against two Israeli buses near Tel-Aviv, killing 37 Israelis and injuring 76, the IDF entered southern Lebanon in order to clearout PLO terrorist bases and staging areas south of the Litani River.

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