1. Mai 2017 - Ha'aretz, Barak Ravid:

UNESCO Passes Resolution Critical of Israeli Conduct in Jerusalem and Gaza

More member-states oppose softer motion than in similar votes in the past after Israeli and American pressure dismantle deal between EU nations and Arab states
UNESCO's executive committee passed on Tuesday a resolution critical of Israeli conduct in Jerusalem and Gaza. The motion was approved by a smaller majority than in the past, after many countries voted against if due to Israeli and American diplomatic pressure that led to the dismantling of a deal forged between the Arab countries that initiated the resolution, Germany and European Union countries.
Twenty-two countries voted in favor of the resolution, including Russia, China, Brazil, Sweden, South Africa, Iran, Malaysia, Mauritius, Nigeria, Senegal, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Vietnam, Nicaragua, Chad and seven Arab countries. Ten countries voted against the resolution, including Germany, which had pushed for a deal with the Arab states over the resolution. The United States, Italy, Great Britain, Holland, Lithuania, Greece, Paraguay, Ukraine and Togo also opposed the resolution.
Twenty-three countries abstained, including France, Spain, Slovenia, Estonia, India, Argentina, Mexico and Japan. Other abstaining nations included Haiti, Dominican Republic, Saint Kitts, Kenya, Trinidad, Albania, Cameroon, Côte d'Ivoire, Ghana, Mozambique, Uganda, El Salvador, South Korea and Sri Lanka. Three countries did not participate in the vote - Nepal, Serbia and Turkmenistan.
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14. Oktober 2016 - United Nations, Security Council:

Reports bySpecial discussion about settlements at the United Nations Security Council, 14 Oct. 2016, organized by the The Permanent Missions of Malaysia, Egypt, Senegal, Angola, and Venezuela:

Arria-formula meeting of the Security Council
- Illegal Israeli Settlements: Obstacles to Peace and the Two-State Solution

  • Statements by ...
  • UN Representative of France
  • UN Representative of Great Britain
  • UN Representative of Spain
  • UN Representative of Uruguay
  • UN Representative of Venezuela
  • UN Representative of Angola
  • UN Representative of New Zealand
  • UN Representative of United States of America
  • UN Representative of China
  • UN Representative of Japan
  • UN Representative of Russian Federation
  • UN Representative of Ukraine
  • UN Representative of Malaysia
  • Answers by ...
  • Francois Dubuisson of Universite Libre de Bruxelles
  • Lara Friedman
  • Hagai El-Ad

Audio-Aufzeichnung der gesamten Sitzung (2h54) ]
[ 14.10.2016 Bericht in Haaretz (in Englisch) ]
[ 16.10.2016 Hagai El-Ad in Haaretz (in Englisch), Übersetzung ins Deutsche ]

27. April 2016 - Al Jazeera:

UN rejects Israel's claim over Syria's Golan Heights
Security Council says status of the Golan will not change after Netanyahu vows it will remain part of Israeli territory.
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20. Juli 2015 - United Nations, Economic and Social Council:

Economic and social repercussions of the Israeli occupation on the living conditions of the Palestinian people in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and the Arab population in the occupied Syrian Golan

[ Resolution E /2015/L.22 ]

22. Juni 2015 - United Nations:

Report of the detailed findings of the Commission of Inquiry
on the 2014 Gaza Conflict

[ A/HRC/29/CRP.4 ] [ A/HRC/29/CRP.4 (DOC, 183 Seiten) ]

10. Juli 2014 -

Meeting of the UN Security Council on Palestine

  • The President
  • Ban Ki-moon, Secretary-General
  • Mr. Mansour (Palestine)
  • Mr. Prosor (Israel)

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26. Oktober 2010 - Foreign Policy Journal:

The Myth of the U.N. Creation of Israel
There is a widely accepted belief that United Nations General Assembly Resolution 181 “created” Israel, based upon an understanding that this resolution partitioned Palestine or otherwise conferred legal authority or legitimacy to the declaration of the existence of the state of Israel. However, despite its popularity, this belief has no basis in fact, as a review of the resolution’s history and examination of legal principles demonstrates incontrovertibly.
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