UN Security Council Resolutions on Israel since 1948

Res 101 (Nov 24, 53):
Expressed ‘strongest censure’ of Israel for the first time because of its raid on Qibya.

Res 106 (Mar 29, 55):
Condemned Israel for Ghazzah raid.

Res 111 (Jan 19, 56):
Condemned Israel for raid on Syria that killed 56 people.

Res 127 (Jan 22, 58):
Recommended Israel to suspend its no-man’s zone in Jerusalem.

Res 162 (Apr 11, 61):
Urged Israel to comply with UN decisions.

Res 171 (Apr 9, 62):
Determined ‘flagrant violation’ by Israel in its attack on Syria.

Res 228 (Nov 25, 66):
Censured Israel for its attack on Samu in Jordan.

Res 237 (June 14, 67):
Urged Israel to allow return of new 1967 Palestinian refugees.

Res 248 (Mar 24, 68):
Condemned Israel for its massive attack on Karameh in Jordan.

Res 250 (Apr 27, 68):
Called on Israel to refrain from holding military parade in Jerusalem.

Res 251 (May 2, 68):
Deeply deplored Israel’s military parade in Jerusalem and declared invalid Israel’s acts to unify Jerusalem as its capital.

Res 256 (Aug 16, 68):
Condemned Israeli raids on Jordan as ‘flagrant violation’.

Res 259 (Sep 27, 68):
Deplored Israel’s refusal to accept UN mission to probe occupation.

Res 262 (Dec 31, 68):
Condemned Israel’s attack on Beirut airport destroying the entire fleet of Middle East Airlines.

Res 265 (Apr 1, 69):
Condemned Israel for air attacks on Salt in Jordan.

Res 267 (July 3, 69):
Censured Israel for administrative acts to change status of Jerusalem.

Res 270 (Aug. 26, 69):
Condemned Israel for air attack on villages in southern Lebanon.

Res 271 (Sep 15, 69):
Condemned Israel’s failure to comply with UN resolutions on Jerusalem.

Res 279 (May 12, 70):
Demanded withdrawal of Israeli forces from Lebanon.

Res 280 (May 19, 70):
Condemned Israeli attacks against Lebanon.

Res 285 (Sep 5, 70):
Demanded immediate Israeli troop withdrawal from Lebanon.

Res 298 (Sep 25, 71):
Deplored Israel’s change of status of Jerusalem.

Res 313 (Aug 8, 72):
Demanded Israel stop attacks against Lebanon.

Res 316 (June 26, 72):
Condemned Israel for repeated attacks on Lebanon.

Res 317 (July 21, 72):
Deplored Israel’s refusal to release Arabs abducted from Lebanon.

Res 332 (Apr 21, 73):
Condemned Israel’s repeated attacks against Lebanon.

Res 337 (Aug 15, 73):
Condemned Israel for violating Lebanon’s sovereignty.

Res 347 (Apr 24, 74):
Condemned Israeli attacks on Lebanon.

Res 425 (Mar 19, 78):
Called on Israel to withdraw its forces unconditionally from Lebanon.

Res 427 (May 3, 78):
Called on Israel to complete its withdrawal from Lebanon.

Res 444 (Jan 19, 79):
Deplored Israel’s lack of cooperation with UN peace forces.

Res 446 (Mar 22, 79):
Determined Israeli settlements as a ‘serious obstruction’ to peace, and called on Israel to abide by the Geneva Conventions.

Res 450 (June 14, 79):
Called on Israel to stop attacking Lebanon.

Res 452 (July 20, 79):
Called on Israel to cease building settlements in occupied territories.

Res 465 (Mar 1, 80):
Deplored Israel’s settlements and asked all member States not to assist Israel’s settlement programme.

Res 467 (Apr 24, 80):
Condemned Israel’s military intervention in Lebanon.

Res 468 (May 8, 80):
Called on Israel to rescind illegal expulsion of two Palestinian Mayors and a Judge, and to facilitate their return.

Res 469 (May 20, 80):
Strongly deplored Israel’s failure to observe the Council’s order not to deport Palestinians.

Res 471 (June 5, 80):
Expressed deep concern at Israel’s failure to abide by the Fourth Geneva Convention.

Res 476 (June 30, 80):
Reiterated that Israel’s claims to Jerusalem are ‘null and void’.

Res 478 (Aug 20, 80):
‘Censured in the strongest terms’ Israel for its claim to Jerusalem in its ‘basic law’.

Res 484 (Dec 19, 80):
Declared it imperative Israel re-admit two Palestinian mayors.

Res 487 (June 19, 81):
Strongly condemns Israel for its attack on Iraq’s nuclear facility.

Res 497 (Dec 17, 81):
Decided Israel’s annexation of Syria’s Golan Heights is ‘null and void’ and demanded that Israel rescind its decision forthwith.

Res 498 (Dec 18, 81):
Called on Israel to withdraw from Lebanon.

Res 501 (Feb 25, 82):
Called on Israel to stop attacks against Lebanon and withdraw its troops.

Res 508 (June 6, 82):
Demanded Israel withdraw its forces forthwith and un-conditionally from Lebanon.

Res 515 (July 29, 82):
Demanded Israel lift its seige of Beirut and allow in food.

Res 517 (Aug 4, 82):
Censured Israel for failing to obey UN resolutions and demanded Isreal withdraw its forces from Lebanon.

Res 518 (Aug 12, 82):
Demanded Israel cooperate fully with UN forces in Lebanon.

Res 520 (Sep 17, 82):
Condemned Israel’s attack into West Beirut.

Res 573 (Oct 4, 85):
Condemned Israel vigorously for bombing Tunisia in attack on PLO Headquarters.

Res 587 (Sep 23, 86):
Took note of previous calls on Israel to withdraw its forces from Lebanon and urged all parties to withdraw.

Res 592 (Dec 8, 86):
Strongly deplored the killing of Palestinian students at Bir Zeit University by Israeli troops.

Res 605 (Dec 22, 87):
Strongly deplored Israel’s policies and practices denying human rights of Palestinians.

Res 607 (Jan 5, 88):
Called on Israel not to deport Palestinians and strongly requested it to abide by the Fourth Geneva Convention.

Res 608 (Jan 14, 88):
Deeply regreted that Israel had defied the UN and deported Palestinian civilians.

Res 636 (July 6, 89):
Deeply regreted the Israeli deportation of Palestinians.

Res 641 (Aug 30, 89):
Deplored Israel’s continuous deportation of Palestinians.

Res 672 (Oct 12, 90):
Condemned Israel for violence against Palestinians at Jerusalem’s Haram Al-Sharif.

Res 673 (Oct 24, 90):
Deplored Israel’s refusal to cooperate with the UN.

Res 681 (Dec 20, 90):
Deplored Israel’s resumption of deportation of Palestinians.

Res 694 (May 24, 91):
Deplored Israel’s deportation of Palestinians and called on it to ensure their safe and immediate return.

Res 726 (Jan 1, 92):
‘Strongly condemned’ Israel’s decision to resume deportation of Palestinians from ‘Palestinian territories… including Jerusalem.’

Res 799 (Dec 19, 92):
Deplored Israel’s mass deportation of some 400 Palestinians and called for thir immediate return.


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