Ari Rusila: Kootut kirjoitukset The other side of the story!

Akateeminen yhteistyö Jyväskylän ja Israelin välillä kehittyy

Boikottiuhista huolimatta akateeminen (ja muukin) yhteistyö Jyväskylässä kehittyy edelleen. Viime viikolla Tietoviikon artikkelissa kerrottiin, että

Tekesin TULI – Tutkimuksesta liiketoimintaa -ohjelmasta on myönnetty rahoitusta kahdelle Jyväskylän yliopiston tietotekniikan laitoksen hankkeelle. Hankkeiden yhteisvolyymi on noin 2,5 miljoonaa euroa, josta Tekesin rahoitusosuus on 70 prosenttia ja Jyväskylän yliopiston 30 prosenttia. Hankkeet toteutetaan ajalla 1.11.2012–30.10.2014. Mainitut hankkeet tehdään yhteistyössä israelilaisten ja yhdysvaltalaisten asiantuntijoiden kanssa.

Cyberwar-hankkeessa kehitetään innovatiivista tietojärjestelmien turvaamiseen liittyvää menetelmää. Menetelmällä voidaan tunnistaa sellaisetkin järjestelmään kohdistuvat uhat, joita ei aikaisemmin ole voitu tunnistaa ja joista ei ole digitaalista sormenjälkeä kuten tietokoneviruksien jäljittämisessä.

Truly Protect -hankkeessa kehitetään digitaalisen median suojausmenetelmää, joka on nykyisin käytössä olevia tehokkaampi ja käytännössä tekee mahdottomaksi digitaalisen median laittoman kopioinnin.

Rahoitus on jatkoa Tekesin aiemmin myöntämille tutkimushankkeille, joita on toteutettu viimeisen kolmen vuoden aikana yhteistyössä israelilaisten tutkijoiden kanssa.

Nyt rahoitettavissa hankkeissa selvitetään tutkimustulosten kaupallistamista. Molemmissa alueissa maailmanlaajuinen liiketoimintapotentiaali on Jyväskylän yliopiston arvion mukaan kymmeniä miljardeja euroja.

JY:llä on jo aiempaakin kokemusta akateemisesta yhteistyöstä Israeliin silla esimerkiksi professori Amir Averbuch (Tel Avivin yliopisto, Israel) työskentelee yliopistolla viisivuotisen TEKES rahoituksen tuella.

Itse olen aiemmin käsitellyt cyberwar teemaa mm artikkelissani

Cyber war has became a tool between political and military options


 

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Lauri Gröhn

Definitions of Terrorism etc.

Racism: Any distinction, exclusion, restriction, or preference based on race,
colour, descent, or national or ethnic origin which has the purpose or effect
of nullifying or impairing the recognition, enjoyment, or exercise, on equal
footing, of human rights and fundamental freedoms in the political, economic,
social, cultural, or any other field of public life.”

Lynching: To put to death by mob action without legal sanction.

Ethnic Cleansing: The elimination of an unwanted group from a society,
as by genocide or forced migration.

State terrorism: State terrorism is a political system whose rule of recognition
permits and/or imposes a clandestine, unpredictable, and diffuse application,
even regarding clearly innocent people, of coercive means prohibited by the
proclaimed judicial ordinance. State terrorism obstructs or annuls judicial
activity and transforms the government into an active agent in the struggle for
power."

Terrorism: The calculated use of violence or the threat of violence to inculcate
fear; intended to coerce or to intimidate governments orsocieties in the pursuit
of goals that are generally political, religious, or ideological."

Rogue State: Rogue nation does what it wants, even if that means going against
the wishes of the rest of the world. A rogue state will frequently violate international
law, and its actions are undeterred by punishment.

Resistance movement: An organized effort by some portion of the civil population
of a country to resist the legally established government or occupying power and to
disrupt civil order and stability. (Members of resistance movements must fulfil certain
stated conditions before they can be regarded as prisoners of war. If members of a
resistance movement who have fallen in to enemy hands do not fulfil those conditions,
they must be considered to be protected persons within the meaning of the present
Convention. That does not mean that they cannot be punished for their acts, but the
trial and sentence must take place in accordance with the provisions of Article 64
of Geneva Convention)

Tuula Saskia

Hyvä Rusila,

onko tiedemaailman yhteistoiminta mielestäsi sopimatonta, ellei jopa väärää?

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Ari Rusila

Ei, siksi halusinkin tuoda uutisen esiin. Mielestäni boikoteissa - joita BDS-liike on ajanut myös akateemiseen maailmaan - on vaara linnottautua omiin poteroihin. Kaikkinainen kanssakäyminen, debatit, dialogit, yhteiset intressit jne ovat mielestäni vuorovaikutteisia ja perustaltaan myönteisiä prosesseja laajentaen ymmärrystä itse hankkeen tms ulkopuolellekin.

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Lauri Gröhn

Ovatko rasismi, lynkkaukset, etniset puhdistukset, valtioterrorismi, terrorismi ja rosvovaltio ja lisäksi satojen YK:n päätöslauselmien noudattamatta jättäminen sopivaa yhteistyökumppanille?

Eikä kyse ole tiedemaailmasta vaan teknologia/bisnes maailmasta.

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Ari Rusila

Ensinnäkin yhteistyökumppaneina nähdäkseni ovat tutkijat ja heidän edustamansa instituutiot kuten Tel Avivin yliopisto ei suoranaisesti valtio.
Toiseksi käsitteet rasismi, lynkkaukset, etniset puhdistukset eivät nähdäkseni kuvaa Israelia joka lähialueillaan edustaa ensi linjassa demokraattista oikeusvaltiota, länsirannalta ja erityisesti Gazasta käsin puolestaan harjoitetaan terrorismia ja mikäli Palestiinasta tulee joskus valtio niin uhkana tietysti on valtioterrorismi (nykyisen Gazan käytännön jatkeena) ja ehkäpä muuttuminen rosvovaltioksikin riippuen mitkä voimat eliitin piirissä pääsevät päälimmäisiksi.
Satoja päätöslauselmia en muista lukeneeni, muutamia muut katsovat Israelin rikkovan, joitakin Israel katsoo noudattavansa ja muiden rikkovan.

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Lauri Gröhn

Israel on noihin kaikkiin syyllinen. Sitä ei pois se, että muissakin on vikaa...

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_United_Nation...

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Lauri Gröhn

United Nations General Assembly resolutions

See also: United Nations General Assembly Resolution
This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.
1947:
November 29: UN General Assembly Resolution 181: Recommending partition of the British Mandate for Palestine into Arab and Jewish states, and the City of Jerusalem.
1948:
November 19: UN General Assembly Resolution 212: Assistance to Palestinian refugees
December 11: UN General Assembly Resolution 194: establishes Conciliation Commission
1949:
May 11: UN General Assembly Resolution 273: admission of Israel to membership in the UN
December 8: UN General Assembly Resolution 302(IV): Assistance to Palestine refugees
December 9: UN General Assembly Resolution 303(IV): International Regime for Jerusalem
December 10: UN General Assembly Resolution 356: Jerusalem
1950:
December 2: UN General Assembly Resolution 393: Assistance to Palestinian refugees
December 14: UN General Assembly Resolution 394 (V): Calls for Arab-Israeli peace negotiations, and a solution for Palestinian refugees.
December 14: UN General Assembly Resolution 468: Reduces financing for an international regime in Jerusalem.
1952:
January 26: UN General Assembly Resolution 512: Report of the United Nations Concilation Commission for Palestine.
January 26: UN General Assembly Resolution 513: Assistance to Palestinian refugees.
November 6: UN General Assembly Resolution 614: Assistance to Palestinian refugees.
December 21: UN General Assembly Resolution 619: "Takes note" of Israel's complaint against Arab ceasefire violations.
November 25: UN General Assembly Resolution 660: Report of the UN Relief and Works Agency for Palestine refugees (UNRWA).
1953:
November 27: UN General Assembly Resolution 720: Assistance to Palestinian refugees.
November 27: UN General Assembly Resolution 766: Accounts of UNRWA.
1954:
December 4: UN General Assembly Resolutiom 818: Assistance to Palestinian refugees.
December 4: UN General Assembly Resolution 879: Accounts of UNRWA.
1955:
December 3: UN General Assembly Resolution 916: Assistance to Palestinian refugees.
December 3: UN General Assembly Resolution 964: Accounts of UNRWA.
1956:
November 2: UN General Assembly Resolution 997: Called for an immediate ceasefire in the Suez Crisis, an arms embargo on the area, and condemned Israel's participation in the conflict as a violation of the 1949 Israel-Egypt General Armistice Agreement.
November 4: UN General Assembly Resolution 998: Called for the Secretary-General to submit a plan for a United Nations peacekeeping force to secure and supervise a ceasefire in the Suez Crisis.
November 4: UN General Assembly Resolution 999: Reaffirmed UN General Assembly Resolution 997.
November 5: UN General Assembly Resolution 1000: UN Force for Sinai.
November 7: UN General Assembly Resolution 1001: UN Force for Sinai.
November 7: UN General Assembly Resolution 1002: Calls for an unconditional Israeli withdrawal from the Sinai.
November 10: UN General Assembly Resolution 1003: The Suez Crisis.
November 24: UN General Assembly Resolution 1120: The Suez Crisis.
November 24: UN General Assembly Resolution 1121: The Suez Crisis.
November 26: UN General Assembly Resolution 1122: The Suez Crisis.
November 26: UN General Assembly Resolution 1089: Regarding the United Nations Emergency Force (UNEF).
December 21: UN General Assembly Resolution 1081: Accounts of UNRWA.
1957:
January 19: UN General Assembly Resolution 1123: The Suez Crisis.
February 2: UN General Assembly Resolution 1124: The Suez Crisis.
February 2: UN General Assembly Resolution 1125: The Suez Crisis.
February 22: UN General Assembly Resolution 1126: The Suez Crisis.
February 27: UN General Assembly Resolution 1090: Administrative and financial arrangements for the UNEF.
February 27: UN General Assembly Resolution 1091: Palestinian refugees.
February 28: UN General Assembly Resolution 1018: Palestinian refugees.
November 22: UN General Assembly Resolution 1151: UNEF.
December 12: UN General Assembly Resolution 1191.html: Palestinian refugees.
1958:
August 21: UN General Assembly Resolution 1237: The Situation in the Middle East.
November 14: UN General Assembly Resolution 1263
December 12: UN General Assembly Resolution 1315: Palestinian refugees.
December 13: UN General Assembly Resolution 1337: Cost estimates for the UNEF.
1959:
November 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 1365: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 5: UN General Assembly Resolution 1441: UNEF.
December 5: UN General Assembly Resolution 1442: Approvement of Major-General Gyani as commander of the UNEF.
December 9: UN General Assembly Resolution 1456: UNRWA.
1960:
December 18: UN General Assembly Resolution 1545: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 20: UN General Assembly Resolution 1575: Cost estimates for the UNEF.
1961:
April 21: UN General Assembly Resolution 1604: Palestinian refugees
October 30: General Assembly Resolution 1636: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 20: UN General Assembly Resolution 1725: Palestinian refugees
December 20: UN General Assembly Resolution 1733: Cost estimates for the UNEF.
1962:
December 11: UN General Assembly Resolution 1789: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 20: UN General Assembly Resolution 1856: Palestinian refugees
December 20: UN General Assembly Resolution 1864: UNEF.
1963
June 27: UN Special Assembly Resolution 1874.
June 27: UN Special Assembly Resolution 1875.
November 6: UN General Assembly Resolution 1890-C: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 3: UN General Assembly Resolution 1912: Palestinian refugees
December 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 1983 UNEF.
1965:
February 10: UN General Assembly Resolution 2002: Palestinian refugees
December 13: UN General Assembly Resolution 2047-C: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 13: UN General Assembly Resolution 2048-C: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 15: General Assembly Resolution 2052: UNRWA Report.
December 21: UN General Assembly Resolution 2115: UNEF.
1966:
October 26: UN General Assembly Resolution 2139-C: Accounts of UNRWA.
November 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 2154: Palestinian refugees.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 2194: UNEF.
1967:
July 4: UN General Assembly Resolution 2252: Humanitarian assistance in the 1967 war.
July 4: UN General Assembly Resolution 2253 (ES-V): Condemns Israel's measures to change the status of Jerusalem as invalid
July 14: UN General Assembly Resolution 2254: "Deplores" Israel's failure to abide by UN General Assembly Resolution 2253 (ES-V)
July 21: UN General Assembly Resolution 2256: The Situation in the Middle East
September 18: UN General Assembly Resolution 2257: The Situation in the Middle East.
November 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 2264-D: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 13: UN General Assembly Resolution 2304: UNEF.
December 19: UN General Assembly Resolution 2341: Palestinian refugees
1968:
Novebmer 1: UN General Assembly Resolution 2380-D: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 19: UN General Assembly Resolution 2443: Establishes the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Palestinian People.
December 19: UN General Assembly Resolution 2452: UNRWA Report.
1969:
December 5: UN General Assembly Resolution 2522-D: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 10: UN General Assembly Resolution 2535: UNRWA Report. "Reaffirms" the "inalienable rights" of the Palestinian people and requests the Security Council to take "effective measures" to force implementation of previous UN resolutions
December 11: UN General Assembly Resolution 2546: Condemns Israeli "violations of human rights and fundamental freedoms" in the occupied territories
1970:
November 4: UN General Assembly Resolution 2628: Urges the speedy implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 242 and recognizes that "respect for the rights of the Palestinians is an indisputable element in the establishment of a just and lasting peace in the Middle East"
December 4: UN General Assembly Resolution 2653-D: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 5: UN General Assembly Resolution 2727: Calls on Israel implement the recommendations of the UN special committee investigating Israeli practices in the occupied territories
December 7: UN General Assembly Resolution 2656: Establishment of a working group for the financing of UNRWA.
December 8: UN General Assembly Resolution 2672: UNRWA Report.
December 15: UN General Assembly Resolution 2728: Report of the Special Committee to investigate Israeli practices affecting the Human Rights of the population of the Occupied Territories.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 2729: Report of the working group on the financing of the UNRWA.
1971:
November 8: UN General Assembly Resolution 2756-D: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 6: UN General Assembly Resolution 2791: Working group for the financing of UNRWA.
December 6: UN General Assembly Resolution 2792: UNRWA Report. Calls for the implementation of UN General Assembly Resolution 194, stresses the "inalienable rights of the people of Palestine", and calls on Israel to stop resettling the inhabitants of Palestinian refugee camps.
December 13: UN General Assembly Resolution 2799: The Situation in the Middle East.
December 20: UN General Assembly Resolution 2851: Report of the Special Committee to investigate Israeli practices affecting the Human Rights of the population of the Occupied Territories. Condemns Israeli practices in the occupied territories.
1972:
November 9: UN General Assembly Resolution 2912-D: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 8: UN General Assembly Resolution 2949: The Situation in the Middle East.
December 13: UN General Assembly Resolution 2963: UNRWA Report.
December 13: UN General Assembly Resolution 2964: Working Group on the financing of UNRWA.
December 15: UN General Assembly Resolution 3005: Report of the Special Committee to investigate Israeli practices affecting the Human Rights of the population of the Occupied Territories.
1973:
October 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 3053-D: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 7: UN General Assembly Resolution 3089: UNRWA Report.
December 7: UN General Assembly Resolution 3090: Working Group on the financing of UNRWA.
December 7: UN General Assembly Resolution 3092: Report of the Special Committee to investigate Israeli practices affecting the Human Rights of the population of the Occupied Territories.
December 11: UN General Assembly Resolution 3101: Financing of the UNEF.
December 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 3175: Permanent sovereignty over natural resources in the occupied Arab territories.
1974:
October 14: UN General Assembly Resolution 3210: Invites the PLO to participate in General Assembly deliberations on the question of Palestine.
October 31 and November 29: UN General Assembly Resolution 3211: Financing of the UNEF and the United Nations Disengagement Observer Force (UNDOF).
November 12: UN General Assembly Resolution 3227-D: Accounts of UNRWA.
November 22: United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3236: Recognizes the right of the Palestinian people to regain its rights, including the right to self-determination and the right of return.
November 22: UN General Assembly Resolution 3237: Observer status for the PLO.
November 29: UN General Assembly Resolution 3240: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories.
December 9: UN General Assembly Resolution 3263: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 3330: Working Group on the financing of UNRWA.
December 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 3331: UNRWA Report.
December 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 3336: Permanent sovereignty over national resources in the occupied Arab territories.
1975:
October 30: UN General Assembly Resolution 3370-C: Accounts of UNRWA.
October 30, November 28 and December 2: UN General Assembly Resolution 3374: Financing of the UNEF and the UNDOF.
November 10: UN General Assembly Resolution 3375: Invitation to the Palestine Liberation Organization to participate in the efforts for peace in the Middle East.
November 10: UN General Assembly Resolution 3376: Founding of the Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People (CEIRPP).
November 10: United Nations General Assembly Resolution 3379: equating Zionism with racism.
December 5: UN General Assembly Resolution 3414: Calls for economic sanctions and an arms embargo on Israel until it withdraws from all territories occupied in 1967 and grants the Palestinians their "inalienable national rights".
December 8: UN General Assembly Resolution 3419: UNRWA report.
December 11: General Assembly Resolution 3474: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
December 15: UN General Assembly Resolution 3516: Permanent sovereignty over national resources in the occupied Arab territories.
December 15: UN General Assembly Resolution 3525: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories.
1976:
November 9: UN General Assembly Resolution 31/6-E: Condemnation of the collaboration of Israel and South Africa.
November 23: UN General Assembly Resolution 31/15: UNRWA Report.
November 24: UN General Assembly Resolution 31/20: Expresses deep concern that no "just solution" to the "problem of Palestine" has been achieved, refers to the problem as the core of the Middle East conflict, and reaffirms the "inalienable rights" of the Palestinians, including the right of return and the right to national independence.
November 29: UN General Assembly Resolution 31/22-F: Accounts of UNRWA.
December 1: UN General Assembly Resolution 31/5: Financing of the UNEF and the UNDOF.
December 9: UN General Assembly Resolution 31/61: Reaffirms previous condemnations of Israel, and calls for the Security Council to take "effective measures" against Israel, and requests sanctions on Israel.
December 9: UN General Assembly Resolution 31/62: Calls for an international Middle East peace conference under the auspices of the UN and co-chaired by the United States and Soviet Union.
December 10: UN General Assembly Resolution 31/71: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 31/106: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Occupied Territories.
December 21: UN General Assembly Resolution 31/186: Permanent sovereignty over national resources in the occupied Arab territories.
1977:
October 25 and December 2: UN General Assembly Resolution 32/4: Financing of the UNEF and the UNDOF.
October 28: UN General Assembly Resolution 32/5: Reaffirms previous condemnations of Israel, and stresses the "urgent need" to achieve a "just and lasting peace in the Middle East".
November 25: UN General Assembly Resolution 32/20: Reaffirms previous calls for a full Israeli withdrawal from the occupied territories and an international peace conference with PLO participation.
December 2: UN General Assembly Resolution 32/40: Reaffirms the "inalienable rights of the Palestinian people", including the right to national sovereignty and the right of return.
December 12: UN General Assembly Resolution 32/82: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
December 13: UN General Assembly Resolution 32/90: UNRWA report.
December 13: UN General Assembly Resolution 32/91: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories. Calls on Israel to respect the Geneva Conventions
December 15: UN General Assembly Resolution 32/111: Health needs of Palestinian refugee children.
December 19: UN General Assembly Resolution 32/161: Permanent sovereignty over national resources in the occupied Arab territories.
December 19: UN General Assembly Resolution 32/171: Living conditions of the Palestinian people.
December 21: General Assembly Resolution 32/212-III: Implications of extending to certain former staff members coverage by the UN Joint Staff Pension Fund for service with UNRWA.
1978:
November 3: UN General Assembly Resolution 33/13: Financing of the UNEF and the UNDOF.
December 7: UN General Assembly Resolution 33/28: CEIRPP report.
December 7: UN General Assembly Resolution 33/29: Reaffirms previous calls for a full Israeli withdrawal from the occupied territories and an international peace conference with PLO participation.
December 14: UN General Assembly Resolution 33/64: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
December 14: UN General Assembly Resolution 33/71-A: Expressing concern over military build-up and attemepts of acquiring nuclear weapons of Israel. Calling for arms embargo against Israel.
December 15: UN General Assembly Resolution 33/81: Health needs of Palestinian refugee children.
December 18: UN General Assembly Resolution 33/110: Living conditions of the Palestinian people.
December 18: UN General Assembly Resolution 33/112: UNRWA report.
December 18: UN General Assembly Resolution 33/113: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories.
December 20: UN General Assembly Resolution 33/147: Assistance to the Palestinian people.
1979:
January 24: UN General Assembly Resolution 33/183-D: Demanding that Israel terminate all form of collaboration with South Africa.
October 25, December 3 and December 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 34/7: Financing of the UNEF and the UNDOF.
November 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 34/29: Expressing concern over the deportation of the Bassam Shakaa, Mayor of Nablus, by Israel.
November 23: UN General Assembly Resolution 34/52: UNRWA report.
November 29 and December 12: UN General Assembly Resolution 34/65: CEIRPP report.
December 6: UN General Assembly Resolution 34/70: Reaffirms previous calls for a full Israeli withdrawal from the occupied territories and an international peace conference with PLO participation.
December 11: UN General Assembly Resolution 34/77: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
December 11: UN General Assembly Resolution 34/89: Israeli nuclear armament.
December 12: UN General Assembly Resolution 34/90: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories.
December 12: UN General Assembly Resolution 34/93-P: Demanding that Israel terminate all form of collaboration with South Africa.
December 14: UN General Assembly Resolution 34/113: Living conditions of the Palestinian people.
December 14: UN General Assembly Resolution 34/133: Assistance to the Palestinian people.
December 14: UN General Assembly Resolution 34/136: Permanent sovereignty over national resources in the occupied Arab territories.
1980:
November 3: UN General Assembly Resolution 35/13: UNRWA report.
December 1: UN General Assembly Resolution 35/45: Financing of UNDOF.
December 5: UN General Assembly Resolution 35/75: Living conditions of the Palestinian people.
December 5: UN General Assembly Resolution 35/110: Permanent sovereignty over national ressources in the occupied Arab territories.
December 5: UN General Assembly Resolution 35/111: Assistance to the Palestinian people.
December 11: UN General Assembly Resolution 35/122: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories.
December 12: UN General Assembly Resolution 35/147: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
December 12: UN General Assembly Resolution 35/157: Israeli nuclear armament.
December 15: UN General Assembly Resolution 35/169: CEIRPP report.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 35/206-H: Demanding that Israel terminate all form of collaboration with South Africa.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 35/207: Reaffirms previous calls for a full Israeli withdrawal from the occupied territories and the establishment of a Palestinian state.
1981:
October 28: UN General Assembly Resolution 36/15: Demanding that Israel desist any archeological excavations in the Temple Mount.
November 13: UN General Assembly Resolution 36/27: Condamns Israeli attack on Iraqi nuclear facilities and demands Israel to compensate Iraq.
Novemver 30: UN General Assembly Resolution 36/66: Financing of UNDOF.
December 4: UN General Assembly Resolution 36/70: Assistance to the Palestinian people.
December 4: UN General Assembly Resolution 36/73: Living conditions of the Palestinian people.
December 9: UN General Assembly Resolution 36/87: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
December 9: UN General Assembly Resolution 36/98: Israeli nuclear armament. Demands that Israel renounce possession of nuclear weapons and submit its facilities to inspection.
December 10: UN General Assembly Resolution 36/120: CEIRPP report.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 36/146: UNRWA report.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 36/147: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 36/150: Demands Israel to cease planning of a canal between the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean.
December 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 36/172-M: Demanding that Israel terminate all form of collaboration with South Africa.
December 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 36/173: Permanent sovereignty over national ressources in the occupied Arab territories.
December 17: UN General Assembly Resolutions 36/226 A & B: Reaffirms previous calls for a full Israeli withdrawal from the occupied territories and the establishment of a Palestinian state.
1982:
February 5: UN General Assembly Ninth Emergency Special Session ES/9-1: The situation in the occupied Arab territories.
November 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 37/18: Condamns Israel refusal to implement Security Council resolution 487, and demands Israel to withdraw its threat to attack nuclear facilities of neighbouring nations.
November 30: UN General Assembly Resolution 37/38: Financing of UNDOF.
December 9: UN General Assembly Resolution 37/75: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
December 9: UN General Assembly Resolution 37/82: Israeli nuclear armament.
December 10: UN General Assembly Resolution 37/86: CEIRPP report.
December 10: UN General Assembly Resolution 37/88: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 37/120: UNRWA report.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 37/122: Demands Israel not to build a canal between the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 37/123: Condemnation of Israel on various topics including occupation of the West Bank, Gaza and the Golan Heights, war in Lebanon and the annexation of Jerusalem.
December 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 37/134: Assistance to the Palestinian people.
December 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 37/135: Permanent sovereignty over national resources in the occupied Palestinian and other Arab territories.
December 20: UN General Assembly Resolution 37/222: Living conditions of the Palestinian people in the occupied Palestinian territories.
1983:
November 10: UN General Assembly Resolution 38/9: Reiterates the demand that Israel withdraw its threat to attack nuclear facilities of neighbouring nations.
December 1: UN General Assembly Resolution 38/35: Financing of UNDOF.
December 5: UN General Assembly Resolution 38/39-F: Demanding that Israel terminate all form of collaboration with South Africa.
December 13: UN General Assembly Resolution 38/58: CEIRPP report.
December 13: UN General Assembly Resolution 38/64: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
December 15: UN General Assembly Resolution 38/69: Israeli nuclear armament.
December 15: UN General Assembly Resolutions 38/79: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories.
December 15: UN General Assembly Resolution 38/83: UNRWA report.
December 15: UN General Assembly Resolution 38/85: Demands Israel not to build a canal between the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean.
December 19: UN General Assembly Resolution 38/144: Permanent sovereignty over national resources in the occupied Palestinian and other Arab territories.
December 19: UN General Assembly Resolution 38/145: Assistance to the Palestinian people.
December 19: UN General Assembly Resolution 38/166: Living conditions of the Palestinian people in the occupied Palestinian territories.
December 19: UN General Assembly Resolutions 38/180: Calls all nation to suspend or sever all diplomatic, economic and technological ties with Israel. Condemnation of Israel on various topics including occupation of the West Bank, Gaza and the Golan Heights, war in Lebanon and the annexation of Jerusalem.
1984:
November 23: UN General Assembly Resolution 39/14: Reiterates the demand that Israel withdraw its threat to attack nuclear facilities of neighbouring nations.
November 30: UN General Assembly Resolution 39/28: Financing of UNDOF.
December 11: UN General Assembly Resolution 39/49: CEIRPP report.
December 12: UN General Assembly Resolution 39/54: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
December 13: UN General Assembly Resolution 39/72-C: Demanding that Israel terminate all form of collaboration with South Africa.
December 14: UN General Assembly Resolutions 39/95: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories.
December 14: UN General Assembly Resolutions 39/99: UNRWA report.
December 14: UN General Assembly Resolution 39/101: Demands Israel not to build a canal between the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean.
December 14: UN General Assembly Resolution 39/146: Reaffirmation of resolution 38/180 condemning Israel and calling all nations to cut ties with it.
December 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 39/147: Israeli nuclear armament.
December 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 39/169: Living conditions of the Palestinian people in the occupied Palestinian territories.
December 18: UN General Assembly Resolution 39/223: Economic development projects in the occupied Palestinian territories.
December 18: UN General Assembly Resolution 39/224: Assistance to the Palestinian people.
1985:
November 1: UN General Assembly Resolution 40/6: Reaffirmation of the condemnation of Israel on its attack on Iraqi nuclear facility.
December 2: UN General Assembly Resolution 40/59: Financing of UNDOF.
December 10: UN General Assembly Resolution 40/64-E: Demanding that Israel terminate all form of collaboration with South Africa.
December 12: UN General Assembly Resolution 40/82: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
December 12: UN General Assembly Resolution 40/93: Israeli nuclear armament.
December 12: UN General Assembly Resolution 40/96: CEIRPP report.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolutions 40/161: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolutions 40/165: UNRWA report.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 40/167: Decides to monitor Israel decision to construct a canal between the Dead Sea and the Mediterranean.
December 16: UN General Assembly Resolution 40/168: Reaffirmation of resolution 38/180 condemning Israel and calling all nations to cut ties with it.
December 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 40/169: Economic development projects in the occupied Palestinian territories.
December 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 40/170: Assistance to the Palestinian people.
December 17: UN General Assembly Resolution 40/201: Living conditions of the Palestinian people in the occupied Palestinian territories.
1986:
October 29: UN General Assembly Resolution 41/12: Calling Israel to place its nuclear facilities under supervision of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
November 10: UN General Assembly Resolution 41/35-C: Demanding that Israel terminate all form of collaboration with South Africa.
December 2: UN General Assembly Resolution 41/43: CEIRPP report.
December 3: UN General Assembly Resolution 41/44: Financing of UNDOF.
December 3: UN General Assembly Resolution 41/48: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
December 3: UN General Assembly Resolutions 41/63: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories.
December 3: UN General Assembly Resolutions 41/69: UNRWA report.
December 4: UN General Assembly Resolution 41/93: Israeli nuclear armament.
December 4: UN General Assembly Resolution 41/162: Reaffirmation of resolution 38/180 condemning Israel and calling all nations to cut ties with it.
December 8: UN General Assembly Resolution 41/181: Assistance to the Palestinian people.
1987:
November 20: UN General Assembly Resolution 42/23-D: Demanding that Israel terminate all form of collaboration with South Africa.
November 30: UN General Assembly Resolution 42/28: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
November 30: UN General Assembly Resolution 42/44: Israeli nuclear armament.
December 2: UN General Assembly Resolution 42/66: CEIRPP report.
December 2: UN General Assembly Resolutions 42/69: UNRWA report.
December 3: UN General Assembly Resolution 42/70: Financing of UNDOF.
December 8: UN General Assembly Resolutions 42/160: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories.
December 11: UN General Assembly Resolution 42/166: Assistance to the Palestinian people.
December 11: UN General Assembly Resolution 42/190: Living conditions of the Palestinian people in the occupied Palestinian territories.
December 11: UN General Assembly Resolution 42/209: Reaffirmation of resolution 38/180 condemning Israel and calling all nations to cut ties with it.
1988:
April 20: UN General Assembly Resolution 43/233: Expressing shock over killing of Palestinian civilians in Nahalin.
November 3: UN General Assembly Resolution 43/21: The uprising (Intifada) of the Palestinian people.
December 5: UN General Assembly Resolution 43/50-E: Demanding that Israel terminate all form of collaboration with South Africa.
December 6: UN General Assembly Resolution 43/54: Reaffirmation of resolution 38/180 condemning Israel and calling all nations to cut ties with it.
December 6: UN General Assembly Resolutions 43/57: UNRWA report.
December 6: UN General Assembly Resolutions 43/58: Report of the Special Committee to Investigate Israeli Practices Affecting the Human Rights of the Population of the Occupied Territories.
December 7: UN General Assembly Resolution 43/65: Calling for an establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East.
December 7: UN General Assembly Resolution 43/80: Israeli nuclear armament.
December 15: UN General Assembly Resolution 43/175: CEIRPP report.

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Ari Rusila

Kiitos mittavasta listasta. Huomauttaisin kuitenkin ettei se tue näkemystä, että Israel toimisi satoja YK:n päätöslauselmia vastaan. Esimerkiksi listan ensimmäinen päätöslauselma 181 hyväksyttiin Jewish Agencyn toimesta, kun taas arabit vastustivat sitä hyökäten kaikilta suunnilta Israeliin. Olettaisin samoin Israelin toimineen Suezia koskevien päätösten mukaan, sillä rauhahan tuli ja Israel yhdessä Ranskan ja Britannian kanssa vetäytyivät alueelta kun YK päätti sijoittaa UNEF joukot valvomaan, etteivät egyptiläiset tälläkään kertaa hyökkää Israeliin.

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Ari Rusila

Ja tässä päivitystä:

1) Laillisuudesta

The Palmer Report ( UN: Report of the Secretary-General’s Panel of Inquiry on the 31 May 2010 Flotilla Incident, September 2011 http://www.un.org/News/dh/infocus/middle_east/Gaza... )confirmed the legality of Israel's naval blockade of Gaza, and Israel's right to enforce the blockade, including in international waters. The panel also recognized Israel's right to visit and search vessels and to capture them, if found in breach of a blockade, including in international waters.

2) Humanitaarisesta kriisistä

The report ( UN: Report of the Secretary-General’s Panel of Inquiry on the 31 May 2010 Flotilla Incident, September 2011 http://www.un.org/News/dh/infocus/middle_east/Gaza... ) determines that there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza, and that anyone interested in sending humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip must do so in coordination with Israel and the Palestinian Authority, and must transfer the aid via the land crossings.

3) Estellen tapaus

The Navy's boarding was carried out in accordance with international law, as the ship attempted to break the maritime security blockade of the Gaza Strip. A short while ago, Israeli Navy soldiers boarded the Estelle, a vessel which was en route to the Gaza Strip, attempting to break the maritime security blockade. The boarding was carried out in accordance with international law and with directives of the Israeli Government. The boarding took place only after the Navy had made multiple attempts to dissuade the ship's passengers from sailing to the Gaza Strip – both via direct contact and through diplomatic channels – but to no avail. Despite numerous calls to the passengers onboard, they remained unwilling to cooperate with Israeli authorities. After the passengers ignored calls to change course, the decision was made to board the vessel and lead it to the port of Ashdod. (IDF website Date: 20/10/2012,http://www.idf.il/1283-17343-EN/Dover.aspx)

ja PM Netanyahun kommentti

"Even the people who were on the ship know that there is no humanitarian crisis in Gaza. Their entire objective was to create a provocation and blacken Israel's name. If human rights were really important to these activists, they would sail to Syria. We will continue to take strong and determined action to defend our borders," the Prime Minister said.

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