... Israel to intensify the building of settlements in the occupied Golan Heights, particularly
the decision of the Golan Regional Council to build new tourist destinations in the occupied
Golan with the aim of drawing more persons to Golan. Syria denounces the efforts of the
Israeli tourism agencies to ...
5.2.2 Union for Reform Judaism Resolutions
... opportunity for such dialogue by establishing, subject to ratification by this
biennial, national affiliates of the Union to be known in the United States as
ARZA (Association of Reform Zionists of America) and in Canada as Kadima.
The purpose of these affiliates would be "to seek individual members ...
Previous UN Nobel Prize Winners
... his death in a plane crash on a peace mission to Congo, ``in gratitude for all he
did, for what he achieved, for what he fought for: to create peace and goodwill
among nations and men.''
1965: The U.N. Children's Fund, or UNICEF, for realizing that ``the children of
today make the history of the fut ...
... • The war ends the same year it is started and the
armistice agreements between Israel and its Arab
neighbors results in the division of the former
British mandate into Israel, the Gaza strip held by
Egypt and the West Bank held by Jordan.
Lausanne Conference of 1949
The Lausanne Conference of 1949 was convened by the United Nations Conciliation Commission for Palestine (UNCCP) from 27 April to 12 September 1949 in Lausanne, Switzerland. Representatives of Israel, the Arab states Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon and Syria, and the Arab Higher Committee and a number of refugee delegations were in attendance to resolve disputes arising from the 1948 Arab–Israeli War, mainly about refugees and territories in connection with Resolution 194 and Resolution 181.