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The Arab-Israeli armistice agreements, February-July 1949

The Arab-Israeli armistice agreements, February-July 1949

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Published by Institute for Palestine Studies in Beirut, Lebanon .
Written in English


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SeriesBasic documents series -- no.3
ContributionsInstitute for Palestine Studies.
The Physical Object
Pagination40p.
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14370421M

Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for The Making of the Arab-Israeli Conflict, by Ilan Pappe (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products! Answer: the Arab-Israeli War, when five Arab armies (Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq) invaded Israel. Armistice agreements were signed February-July , link, resulting in the UN “Green Line” – simply a temporary, armistice line and not a border.


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The Arab-Israeli armistice agreements, February-July 1949 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: United Nations.; Muʼassasat al-Dirāsāt al-Filasṭīnīyah. OCLC Number: Description: 40 pages maps 23 cm: Contents: Israeli-Egyptian general armistice agreement --Israeli Lebanese general armistice agreement --Jordanian-Israeli general armistice agreement --Israeli-Syrian general armistice The Arab-Israeli armistice agreements.

Ralph Bunche and the Arab-Israeli Conflict provides a comprehensive study of Ralph Bunche’s diplomatic activities on the Palestine question.

Bunche was at the centre of the story from the referral of the issue to the United Nations in until the signing of the armistice agreements that ended the : Hardcover. “Required reading for all who want to understand the Arab-Israeli conflict the best analysis of the problems of trying to integrate so many people from such diverse cultures into one political body” (The New York Times Book Review).

Historian and journalist Tom Segev stirred up controversy in Israel upon the first publication of 4/5(17). Preamble. The Parties to the present Agreement, Responding to the Security Council resolution of 16 Novembercalling upon them, as a further provisional measure under Article 40 of the Charter of the United Nations and in order to facilitate the transition from the present truce to permanent peace in Palestine, to negotiate an armistice.

Ralph Bunche wrote these lines to his wife induring the armistice talks on Rhodes. A year later, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his success in ending the Arab-Israeli war. Ralph Bunche and the Arab-Israeli Conflict provides a comprehensive study of Ralph Bunche’s diplomatic activities on the Palestine by: 2.

federal Armistice Agreement (with annexes and accompany­ ing letters). Signed at Rhodes, February-July 1949 book 24 February y.1 pEfffiJ1'official text communicated by the Permanent Representative of Israel to *likiUnited'Nations. The registration took place on 6 October ISRAEL et EGYPTE i$)fivention d'armistice general (avec annexes et lettresFile Size: 1MB.

In February, Israel threatened to abandon the talks whereupon the United States appealed to the parties for a successful conclusion, and on Februthe Israel-Egypt armistice agreement was signed in Rhodes. Full text of agreement below. (d) In the sector from a point on the Dead Sea (MR ) to the southernmost tip of Palestine, the Armistice Demarcation Line shall be determined by existing military positions as surveyed in March by United Nations observers, and shall run from north to south as delineated on map 1 in annex I to this Agreement.

ISRAEL and JORDAN ^General Armistice Agreement (with annexes). Signed at "* "Rhodes, on 3 April "p§?uA official text communicated by the Permanent Representative of Israel to Bfcil the United Nations.

The registration took place on 6 October February-July 1949 book et JORDANIE Cbiivention d'armistice general (avec annexes). Signee a. The Armistice Agreements. These agreements marked the end of Israel’s War of Independence.

They said the “Green Line” (the battle line when the fighting stopped) must not be construed as a border. The documents refute the Palestinian argument that the Green Line should be the Israeli-Palestinian border.

The Suez War/5(24). Between February and JulyGeneral Armistice Agreements (GAAs) were signed between the state of Israel and four Arab states: Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria.

Iraq, which had participated in the war with an expeditionary force, did not conclude an agreement since it did not have a common border with Israel; its forces just left the arena.

Ralph Bunche and the Arab-Israeli Conflict book. Mediation and the UN, Ralph Bunche and the Arab-Israeli Conflict. getting the State of Israel and its Arab neighbors to sign armistice agreements. His successful diplomacy won him international acclaim, culminating in the Nobel Peace Prize in Ralph Bunche wrote these lines to his wife induring the armistice talks on Rhodes.

A year later, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his success in ending the Arab-Israeli war. Ralph Bunche and the Arab-Israeli Conflict provides a comprehensive study of Ralph Bunche’s diplomatic activities on the Palestine question.

Jordanian-Israeli General Armistice Agreement, April 3, 1 Preamble. The Parties to the present Agreement, Responding to the Security Council resolution of 16 November2 calling upon them, as a further provisional measure under Article 40 of the Charter of the United Nations and in order to facilitate the transition from the present truce to permanent peace in.

10 The Armistice Agreements, January–July (pp. ) The war of formally ended with the signing of armistice agreements between Israel and four of the Arab belligerents: Egypt (on 24 February ), Lebanon (23 March ), Jordan (3 April ), and Syria (20 July ). Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington, Irish feminist User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict.

Johanna Mary (Hanna) Sheehy () was the daughter of a well-to-do Irish family who were prominent in Catholic, nationalist, and intellectual circles in late 19th-century Dublin. The African American UN mediator Ralph Bunche ended the Arab-Israeli war by getting the combatants to sign armistice agreements.

Awarded the Nobel Peace Prize inBunche became an international hero, acclaimed as the outstanding mediator of the Author: Elad Ben-Dror. Arab-Israeli wars, series of military conflicts between Israeli and various Arab forces, most notably in –49, and These include Israel’s War of Independence and the Palestinian Nakbah, the Suez Crisis, the Six-Day War, the Yom Kippur War, and two wars in.

J Israel’s War of Independence ended with the signing of armistice agreements between the newly established Jewish state and four Arab states in Separate agreements were signed with Egypt (February 24), Lebanon (March 23), Jordan (April 3) and Syria (July 20).

Ralph Bunche wrote these lines to his wife induring the armistice talks on Rhodes. A year later, he was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for his success in ending the Arab-Israeli war. Ralph Bunche and the Arab-Israeli Conflict provides a comprehensive study of Ralph Bunche’s diplomatic activities on the Palestine : Elad Ben-Dror.

The Green Line, or (pre-) border or Armistice border, is the demarcation line set out in the Armistice Agreements between the armies of Israel and those of its neighbors (Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria) after the Arab–Israeli War.

It served as the de facto borders of the State of Israel from until the Six-Day War in Armistice with Italy, formal agreement of warring parties, the Allies and Italy, to stop fighting that was signed on 3 September by Walter Bedell Smith and Giuseppe Castellano.

Moscow Armistice, signed by Finland and the Soviet Union on 19 September ending the Continuation War. Egyptian-Israeli General Armistice Agreement, Febru Preamble. The Parties to the present Agreement, responding to the Security Council resolution of 16 November calling upon them, as a further provisional measure under Article 40 of the Charter of the United Nations and in order to facilitate the transition from the present truce to permanent peace in Palestine.

InIsrael signed separate armistices with Egypt on 24 February, Lebanon on 23 March, Transjordan on 3 April, and Syria on 20 July. The armistice lines saw Israel holding about 78% of mandate Palestine (as it stood after the independence of Transjordan in ), 22% more than the UN Partition Plan had on: Former Mandatory Palestine.

armistice agreements, israel-arab The arbitrary character of the cease-fire lines of the second truce (J ) rapidly became a source of dissatisfaction for all sides, leading to increased tension and outbreaks of heavy, if localized, fighting, especially in the Negev. Following the termination of the British mandate on the state of Israel was established, leading to its invasion by the armies of Egypt, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, and Iraq the following day.

In UN mediator Ralph Bunche helped to conclude four bilateral armistice agreements between Israel and Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, and : Asaf Siniver. Armistice Lines () GovXContentSection Inwith UN mediation, Israel concluded armistice agreements with Jordan, Egypt, Syria, and Lebanon, thus reaching an official cessation of hostilities of the first Arab-Israeli war that had started in May Lebanese-Israeli General Armistice Agreement, Ma 1 Preamble.

The Parties to the present Agreement, Responding to the Security Council resolution of 16 November2 calling upon them, as a further provisional measure under Article 40 of the Charter of the United Nations and in order to facilitate the transition from the present truce to permanent peace in.

The Armistice Agreements are a set of agreements signed during between Israel and neighboring Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan,and Syria. The agreements ended the official hostilities of the Arab-Israeli War, and established armistice lines between Israel and the Jordanian-held West Bank, also known as the Green Line.

The United Nations established supervising. Civil war broke out throughout all of Israel, but a cease-fire agreement was reached in As part of the temporary armistice agreement, the West Bank became part of Jordan, and the Gaza Strip.

Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan/Israel Mixed Armistice Commission (HKJI MAC) was the United Nations organisation of observers which dealt with complaints from Jordan and Israel to maintain the fragile cease fire along the demarcation line between Israel and the closing of the Arab-Israeli War, on 3 Aprilthe Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan signed a truce with.

diator (henceforth mediator). The agreement signed on Rhodes in between Israel and Egypt was the result of the first round of negotiations in the Arab-Israeli conflict, and formed the basis for three further armistice agreements between Israel and its Arab neighbors: Jordan, Lebanon, and Syria.

The armistices were intended to provide the. Arab-Israeli Wars, conflicts in –49, –74, and between Israel and the Arab states. Tensions between Israel and the Arabs have been complicated and heightened by the political, strategic, and economic interests in the area of the great powers.

The operation allowed Israel to renegotiate the cease fire line in the Wadi Ara area of the Northern West Bank in a secret agreement reached on 23 March and incorporated into the General Armistice Agreement.B: This article has been rated as B-Class on the.

The Arab–Israeli conflict refers to the ongoing political tension, military conflicts and disputes between Arab countries and Israel, which climaxed during the 20th roots of the Arab–Israeli conflict have been attributed to the support by Arab League member countries for the Palestinians, a fellow League member, in the ongoing Israeli–Palestinian conflict, which in Location: Middle East.

Wars and other conflicts Edit. Israel has been involved in a number of wars and large-scale military operations, including: Arab–Israeli War (November - July ) - Started as 6 months of civil war between Jewish and Arab militias at the end of the British Mandate of Palestine and turned into a regular war after the declaration of independence of Israel and the.

Below is a map of central Jerusalem showing the armistice lines and details of the no-man's land between Israel and the Kingdom of Jordan. The armistice lines were based on the UN Cease Fire lines of November, The armistice agreement with Jordan states explicitly that the lines drawn are not de jure agreed international boundaries.

The Israel–Syria Mixed Armistice Commission (ISMAC) was the United Nations commission for observing the armistice between Israel and Syria after the Arab–Israeli War, as part of the Mixed Armistice Commissions (MAC).

The fourth and last truce agreement, the armistice agreement, was signed between Israel and Syria on J on Hill near. These were not official face-to-face talks, but some took place informally.

Egyptian-Israeli talks resulted in a signed armistice agreement on Febru Similar armistice agreements were signed by Israel with Lebanon on Ma with Jordan on April 3, and Syria on July The Arab-Israeli Armistice Agreements, February-July UN Texts and Annexes.

Beirut: Institute for Palestine Studies, Masalha, Nur. Expulsion of the Palestinians: The Concept of “Transfer” in Zionist Political Thought, Washington, DC: Institute for Palestine Studies, Morris, Benny.

The Israel–Syria Mixed Armistice Commission (ISMAC) was the United Nations commission for observing the armistice between Israel and Syria after the Arab–Israeli War, as part of the Mixed Armistice Commissions (MAC). The fourth and last truce agreement, the armistice agreement, was signed between Israel and Syria on 20 July on Hill near .The first Arab – Israel war lasted until Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, and Syria signed armistice agreements with Israel in As a result of that war, Israel was able to extend its frontiers approximately 2, square miles from the UN partition borders to those of the armistice agreements.The Armistice Agreements are a set of armistice agreements signed during between Israel and neighboring Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, and Syria to formally end the official hostilities of the Arab–Israeli War, and establish armistice lines between Israeli forces and Jordanian-Iraqi forces, also known as the Green Line.

The United Nations established .