Våpenhvile Libanon 1996

Kjerneinnholdet i våpenhvilen Væpnede grupper skal stanse angrep fra Libanon mot Israel. Israel skal ikke angripe sivile mål i Libanon.   Under følger tekst i engelsk oversettelse. Israel-Lebanon Ceasefire Understanding Following is the text of the "understanding" reached on Friday, April 26, 1996, for the cease-fire in Lebanon: The United States understands that after discussions with the governments of Israel and Lebanon, and in consultation with Syria, Lebanon and Israel will ensure the following:
  1. Armed groups in Lebanon will not carry out attacks by Katyusha rockets or by any kind of weapon into Israel.
  2. Israel and those cooperating with it will not fire any kind of weapon at civlians or civilian targets in Lebanon.
  3. Beyond this, the two parties commit to ensuring that under no circumstances will civilians be the target of attack and that civilian populated areas and industrial and electrical installations will not be used as launching grounds for attacks.
  4. Without violating this understanding, nothing herein shall preclude any party from exercising the right of self-defense.
A Monitoring Group is stablished consisting of the United States, France, Syria, Lebanon and Israel. Its task will be to monitor the application of the understanding stated above. Complaints will be submitted to the Monitoring Group. In the event of a claimed violation of the understanding, the party submitting the complaint will do so within 24 hours. Procedures for dealing with the complaints will be set by the Monitoring Group. The United States will also organize a Consultative Group, to consist of France, the European Union, Russia and other interested parties, for the purpose of assisting in the reconstruction needs of Lebanon. It is recognized that the understanding to bring the current crisis between Lebanon and Israel to an end cannot substitute for a permanent solution. The United States understands the importance of achieving a comprehensive peace in the region. Toward this end, the United States proposes the resumption of negotiations between Syria and Israel and between Lebanon and Israel at a time to be agreed upon, with the objective of reaching comprehensive peace. The United states understands that it is desirable that these negotiations be conducted in a climate of stability and tranquility. This understanding will be announced simultaneously at 1800 hours, April 26, 1996, in all countries concerned. The time set for implementation is 0400 hours, April 27, 1996  
ISRAEL ER UNDER ANGREP!

Kjerneinnholdet i våpenhvilen
Væpnede grupper skal stanse angrep fra Libanon mot Israel. Israel skal ikke angripe sivile mål i Libanon.

 

Under følger tekst i engelsk oversettelse.

Israel-Lebanon Ceasefire Understanding

Following is the text of the “understanding” reached on Friday, April 26, 1996, for the cease-fire in Lebanon:
The United States understands that after discussions with the governments of Israel and Lebanon, and in consultation with Syria, Lebanon and Israel will ensure the following:

  1. Armed groups in Lebanon will not carry out attacks by Katyusha rockets or by any kind of weapon into Israel.
  2. Israel and those cooperating with it will not fire any kind of weapon at civlians or civilian targets in Lebanon.
  3. Beyond this, the two parties commit to ensuring that under no circumstances will civilians be the target of attack and that civilian populated areas and industrial and electrical installations will not be used as launching grounds for attacks.
  4. Without violating this understanding, nothing herein shall preclude any party from exercising the right of self-defense.

A Monitoring Group is stablished consisting of the United States, France, Syria, Lebanon and Israel. Its task will be to monitor the application of the understanding stated above. Complaints will be submitted to the Monitoring Group.

In the event of a claimed violation of the understanding, the party submitting the complaint will do so within 24 hours. Procedures for dealing with the complaints will be set by the Monitoring Group.

The United States will also organize a Consultative Group, to consist of France, the European Union, Russia and other interested parties, for the purpose of assisting in the reconstruction needs of Lebanon.

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It is recognized that the understanding to bring the current crisis between Lebanon and Israel to an end cannot substitute for a permanent solution. The United States understands the importance of achieving a comprehensive peace in the region.

Toward this end, the United States proposes the resumption of negotiations between Syria and Israel and between Lebanon and Israel at a time to be agreed upon, with the objective of reaching comprehensive peace.

The United states understands that it is desirable that these negotiations be conducted in a climate of stability and tranquility.

This understanding will be announced simultaneously at 1800 hours, April 26, 1996, in all countries concerned.

The time set for implementation is 0400 hours, April 27, 1996

 

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Conrad Myrland (f. 1979) er daglig leder og ansvarlig redaktør i Med Israel for fred (MIFF). Myrland ble i 2020 kåret av The Algemeiner «topp hundre personer som positivt påvirket jødisk liv» og av Jewish News Syndicates «40 mest innflytelsesrike talsmenn for Israel i sosiale medier». Myrland utviklet nettstedet miff.no på sin fritid fra januar 2001 til juli 2007. Fra august 2007 har Myrland arbeidet fulltid for MIFF. Myrland har utdannelse i økonomi og administrasjon fra Høgskolen i Stavanger og internett-studier ved Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Australia. I perioden 2001-2005 var han fungerende redaktør, deskansvarlig og journalist i lokalavisen Solabladet. Myrland har vært medarbeider for MIFFs medlemsavis Midtøsten i fokus siden 1995.

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