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The Disputes Between Lebanon and Israel

Disagreements between Lebanon and Israel begin and end suddenly, from the past until now.

The major differences and crises experienced by these countries are resolved only through a third mediator who seeks to bring the conflicting parties closer to each other and find logical solutions that satisfy the two parties with the least losses possible.

Mediation is the best way that can be used to end disputes between two conflicting parties.

For example, the security council has played the role of a mediator between Lebanon and Israel by establishing the peace-keeping force, and the United States mediation concerning Kashmir between India and Pakistan.

We see more than one mediator who intervenes together between two states to solve the troubles that occur between these two states.

Thus, we can talk about the disputes that occur between Lebanon and Israel, and the third party (security council) which intervenes to solve the disputes between these two parties.

The dispute between Lebanon and Israel was first started in 1978 when the Israeli Army invaded Lebanon to chase the Palestinian fighters who sat in Lebanese territory as a reprisal for a Palestinian attack on an Israeli passenger bus in Tel Aviv.

And the conflict between the two Countries Continued, and the reasons for the dispute were numerous. In 1982 the Israeli army entered Lebanon again and in September of the same year, the Israeli army caused the Sabra and Shatila massacre on September 15.

Adding to this, in 1985 Israel formed a buffer border area inside southern Lebanon, and in 1986 an Israeli warplane was shot down in southern Lebanon.

The Israeli-Lebanese conflict continues to this day because the conflict is still going on between these two parties, and recently we started hearing about a forthcoming war between the two countries.

Also, the Israeli army announced that the special forces and combat aircraft were trained this week in Cyprus as part of a joint exercise with the local forces, focusing on fighting in a mountainous area emulating Southern Lebanon.

Thus, to solve these disputes and to verify the Israeli withdrawal from Lebanon., the United Nations Security Council, through mediation, created the United Nations Interim Peacekeeping Force.

Today, the UN Security Council has succeeded to some extent in making the Lebanese and Israeli armies sit with each other, to solve some outstanding problems.

But the meeting between the two armies takes place with the presence of high-level officers from the peace-keeping forces.

So that these officers are responsible for transferring conversations between the two armies that sit face-to-face, but they speak to each other only through an international mediator or officer.

Although the mediation that took place through the security council between the two parties that are permanently in conflict, did not succeed greatly, it was able to bring the two parties together, even if they could not get them to talk to each other without a third mediator.

Days before today, new tension occurred between Lebanon and Israel, and the Israeli army had announced earlier that it had intercepted a missile fired from Lebanon, in an escalation that came after acts of violence that took place in the courtyard of Al-Aqsa Mosque and raised warnings of reprisals in the region.

The Israeli occupation artillery had bombed with several heavy shells on the outskirts of the towns of Qulaila and Al-Maaliyah in the Tire district after the area witnessed the firing of several Katyusha rockets toward Israel.

This is the first time that Israel has launched raids on Lebanon since the summer of 2021, noting that the number of missiles launched at it Thursday is the largest since 2006.

The Lebanese Prime Minister had rejected the Israeli violations of Lebanese sovereignty, stressing that Lebanon had submitted a new complaint in this regard to the Secretary-General of the United Nations and the Security Council.

Disputes do not end between states, and mediation remains the most appropriate solution in light of the absence of awareness among states.


Edited By Kavya Venkateshwaran























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