Israel-Lebanon Ceasefire Understanding
(04-26-1996)
Posted by USIP Library on: February 15, 2006
Source Name: U.S. Embassy, Tel Aviv, Israel
Source URL: israel.usembassy.gov/publish/peace/documents/ceasefire_understanding.html
Date downloaded: August 23, 2006

Israel-Lebanon Armistice Agreement
(03-23-1949)
Posted by USIP Library on: February 15, 2006
Source Name: Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Source URL: www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/Foreign+Relations/Israels+Foreign+Relations+
since+1947/1947-1974/Israel-Lebanon+Armistice+Agreement.htm
Date downloaded: August 23, 2006

Additional Documents: United Nations Security Council Resolutions

United Nations Security Council Resolution 1701 (2006)
(08-11-2006)
Posted by USIP Library on: February 15, 2006
Source Name: United Nations Security Council S/RES/1701(2006)
Source Database: Official Document System of the United Nations (ODS)
Source URL: documents.un.org
Date downloaded: August 23, 2006

United Nations Security Council Resolution 425 (1978)
(03-19-1978)
Posted by USIP Library on: February 15, 2006
Source Name: United Nations Security Council S/RES/425 (1978)
Source Database: Official Document System of the United Nations (ODS)
Source URL: documents.un.org
Date downloaded: February 5, 2007

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