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Security Council agenda - 1 Bosnia-Herzegovina Addressing...

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1 Bosnia-Herzegovina Addressing the rising tension in the Palestinian/Israeli conflict The Secuirty Council Observing that the tensions between Israelis and Palestinians has been ongoing for the entire history of the United Nations, Further recognizing the need for a neutral, peaceful solution to the ongoing conflict for the sake of the civilian populations of both sides of the conflict, Reaffirming the March 21, 2010 statement made by Secretary General Ban Ki-moon regarding Gazans: “ Every day they show heroism and quiet courage and this is an inspiration.” Reaffirming the March 18, 2010 statement made by Secretary General Ban Ki-moon regarding rocket attacks from Gaza: “ All such acts of terror and violence against civilians are totally unacceptable and contrary to international law.” Noting with satisfaction the results of the “Report of the United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict,” Further noting the continued efforts of the UNRWA within the region, and the positive impact the agency has accomplished Alarmed by the failure of certain states to recognize the findings of “Report of the United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict” despite international recognition of its validity, Fully believing that some of the worst travesties since the end of the Cold War have been propagated by lack of peaceful international efforts and ethnic disputes over territory, Further believing that despite some negative international contributions to the conflict in regards to funding both sides of the conflict, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict has degraded to primarily a two-party ethnic conflict between ethnic Jews and Arabs residing in the region, Further believing the fastest way to a peaceful two-state solution rests within a multi faceted approach dealing with political, ethnical, and ____ issues between the two conflicting parties, Recognizing that the travesties committed by both sides of the conflict can be better examined and international law be applied if pre-existing political biases be removed from consideration, 1. Recognizes the validity and neutrality of the “Report of the United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict”; 2. Demands that all member states recognize the validity of the “Report of the United Nations Fact Finding Mission on the Gaza Conflict,” 3. Proclaims that the ongoing conflict in Israel and Palestine should be examined as an ethnic conflict and should a point of consideration by members states in their policies towards the conflict; 4. Requests that the Secretary General of the United Nations call a convention where discussion of the conflict as an ethnic issue can be undertaken; 5. Further requests that said convention involve states who have taken great steps in solving their ethnic conflicts, and immediately lead to a conference organized by the Secretary General where negations between the two ethnic parties afore mentioned will be undertaken; 6. Demands that all member states cease transmission of arms to parties of the conflict that engage in
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