The Resource Missiles and dynamite : the Israeli military forces' destruction of Palestinian homes with anti-tank missiles and high-powered explosives, Tom Taylor

Missiles and dynamite : the Israeli military forces' destruction of Palestinian homes with anti-tank missiles and high-powered explosives, Tom Taylor

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Missiles and dynamite : the Israeli military forces' destruction of Palestinian homes with anti-tank missiles and high-powered explosives
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Missiles and dynamite
Title remainder
the Israeli military forces' destruction of Palestinian homes with anti-tank missiles and high-powered explosives
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Tom Taylor
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Israeli military forces' destruction of Palestinian homes with anti-tank missiles and high-powered explosives
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Taylor, Tom
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JC571
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Law in the Service of Man (Organization : Rām Allāh)
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Occasional paper
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no. 10
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  • Political crimes and offenses
  • Political persecution
  • Wrecking
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Missiles and dynamite : the Israeli military forces' destruction of Palestinian homes with anti-tank missiles and high-powered explosives, Tom Taylor
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 85-98)
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Contents
  • International law,
  • Written Knesset question no.174 of 1992 - unofficial translation by Al-Haq,
  • p. 78 -- Appendix 3-B:
  • Written answer by Deputy Minister Mordechai Gur to written question no. 174 - unofficial translation by Al-Haq,
  • p. 79 -- Appendix 4-A:
  • Written Knesset question no. 795 of 1993 - unofficial translation by Al-Haq,
  • p. 80 -- Appendix 4-B:
  • Written answers by Deputy Defence Minister Mordechai Gur to written question no. 795 - unofficial translation by Al-Haq,
  • p. 81 -- Appendix 5-A:
  • Faxed letter from Al-Haq to the Legal Advisor of the Gaza Strip - 10 May 1993,
  • p. 82 -- Appendix 5-B:
  • p. 16 -- A.
  • Letter from the Legal Advisor to the Gaza Strip to Al-Haq - unofficial translation by Al-Haq,
  • p. 83 -- Endnotes to the report, p. 85
  • The
  • humanitarian laws of armed conflict,
  • p. 17 -- 1.
  • The
  • Hague Regulations of 1907 and the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949,
  • p. 17 -- 3.
  • The
  • limits of permitted derogation,
  • List of abbreviations used in this report, p. 1 -- Introduction, p. 2 -- I.
  • p. 20 -- (a)
  • Military operations,
  • p. 20 -- (b) When 'military operations' can occur,
  • p. 22 -- (c)
  • Absolutely necessary? The principles of proportionality and discrimination,
  • p. 24 -- B.
  • The
  • UN Code of Conduct for law enforcement officials,
  • p. 26 -- III.
  • Israel's justifications and Al-Haq's responses,
  • Operations documented by Al-Haq,
  • p. 28 -- A.
  • Israel's justifications,
  • p. 28 -- 1.
  • To arrest "wanted" persons,
  • p. 28 -- 2.
  • To protect the lives of Israeli soldiers,
  • p. 29 -- 3.
  • To deter the population of the Occupied Territories from helping "wanted" persons, particularly by providing refuge,
  • p. 30 -- 4.
  • Operations are conducted so as to ensure the safety of local inhabitants and their valuables,
  • p. 4 -- A.
  • p. 31 -- 5.
  • The
  • operations are legal under applicable international law,
  • p. 32 -- (a)
  • Applicability,
  • p. 32 -- (b)
  • Military operations for military necessity,
  • p. 33 -- B.
  • Al-Haq's responses to these arguments,
  • p. 33 -- 1.
  • Statistics,
  • The
  • actual aim is to search for "wanted" persons,
  • p. 34 -- 2.
  • Illegal measures are used to protect Israeli soldiers when other legal measures are available,
  • p. 36 -- 3.
  • Deterrent and collective punishment measures are illegal,
  • p. 37 -- 4.
  • Operations fail to ensure the safety of local inhabitants and their valuables,
  • p. 38 -- 5.
  • The
  • p. 4 -- B.
  • operations are illegal under applicable international law,
  • p. 39 -- (a).
  • Applicability,
  • p. 39 -- (b)
  • The
  • operations are law enforcement operations and are carried out in an illegal manner under the UN Code of Conduct,
  • p. 40 -- 6.
  • Summary: a grave breach of the Fourth Geneva Convention,
  • p. 42 -- IV.
  • Responsibilities of a state,
  • The
  • p. 43 -- A.
  • Acts attributable to a state,
  • p. 44 -- B.
  • The
  • duty of restoration,
  • p. 45 -- C.
  • The
  • duty to prosecute,
  • p. 51 -- V.
  • Israel's High Court,
  • conduct of operations,
  • p. 53 -- A.
  • Section 119 of the British Defence (Emergency) Regulations of 1945,
  • p. 53 -- B.
  • Security - presumption in favor of the military commander,
  • p. 54 -- C.
  • Deterrence,
  • p. 55 -- D.
  • Hague Regulation 23(g) and Fourth Geneva Convention article 53,
  • p. 55 -- E. Summary, p. 57 -- Conclusion:
  • The
  • p. 8 -- C. Summary, p. 16 -- II.
  • need for international protection,
  • p. 57 -- Appendix 1-A:
  • Operations documented by Al-Haq during which Israeli military forces used anti-tank missiles and/or high powered explosives in the Gaza Strip,
  • p. 61 -- Appendix 1-B:
  • Operations documented by Al-Haq during which Israeli military forces used anti-tank missiles and/or high powered explosives in the West Bank,
  • p. 67 -- Appendix 2-A:
  • Case study of the Israeli military operation of 8 September 1992 in the 'Urayba neighborhood of the Gaza Strip city of Rafah,
  • p. 69 -- Appendix 2-B:
  • Case study of the operation of 13 November 1992 in the area of Qizan-al-Najjar, southeast of Gaza Strip city of Khan Younes,
  • p. 72 -- Appendix 3-A:
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Missiles and dynamite : the Israeli military forces' destruction of Palestinian homes with anti-tank missiles and high-powered explosives, Tom Taylor
Publication
Copyright
Base of film
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 85-98)
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Carrier MARC source
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Contents
  • International law,
  • Written Knesset question no.174 of 1992 - unofficial translation by Al-Haq,
  • p. 78 -- Appendix 3-B:
  • Written answer by Deputy Minister Mordechai Gur to written question no. 174 - unofficial translation by Al-Haq,
  • p. 79 -- Appendix 4-A:
  • Written Knesset question no. 795 of 1993 - unofficial translation by Al-Haq,
  • p. 80 -- Appendix 4-B:
  • Written answers by Deputy Defence Minister Mordechai Gur to written question no. 795 - unofficial translation by Al-Haq,
  • p. 81 -- Appendix 5-A:
  • Faxed letter from Al-Haq to the Legal Advisor of the Gaza Strip - 10 May 1993,
  • p. 82 -- Appendix 5-B:
  • p. 16 -- A.
  • Letter from the Legal Advisor to the Gaza Strip to Al-Haq - unofficial translation by Al-Haq,
  • p. 83 -- Endnotes to the report, p. 85
  • The
  • humanitarian laws of armed conflict,
  • p. 17 -- 1.
  • The
  • Hague Regulations of 1907 and the Fourth Geneva Convention of 1949,
  • p. 17 -- 3.
  • The
  • limits of permitted derogation,
  • List of abbreviations used in this report, p. 1 -- Introduction, p. 2 -- I.
  • p. 20 -- (a)
  • Military operations,
  • p. 20 -- (b) When 'military operations' can occur,
  • p. 22 -- (c)
  • Absolutely necessary? The principles of proportionality and discrimination,
  • p. 24 -- B.
  • The
  • UN Code of Conduct for law enforcement officials,
  • p. 26 -- III.
  • Israel's justifications and Al-Haq's responses,
  • Operations documented by Al-Haq,
  • p. 28 -- A.
  • Israel's justifications,
  • p. 28 -- 1.
  • To arrest "wanted" persons,
  • p. 28 -- 2.
  • To protect the lives of Israeli soldiers,
  • p. 29 -- 3.
  • To deter the population of the Occupied Territories from helping "wanted" persons, particularly by providing refuge,
  • p. 30 -- 4.
  • Operations are conducted so as to ensure the safety of local inhabitants and their valuables,
  • p. 4 -- A.
  • p. 31 -- 5.
  • The
  • operations are legal under applicable international law,
  • p. 32 -- (a)
  • Applicability,
  • p. 32 -- (b)
  • Military operations for military necessity,
  • p. 33 -- B.
  • Al-Haq's responses to these arguments,
  • p. 33 -- 1.
  • Statistics,
  • The
  • actual aim is to search for "wanted" persons,
  • p. 34 -- 2.
  • Illegal measures are used to protect Israeli soldiers when other legal measures are available,
  • p. 36 -- 3.
  • Deterrent and collective punishment measures are illegal,
  • p. 37 -- 4.
  • Operations fail to ensure the safety of local inhabitants and their valuables,
  • p. 38 -- 5.
  • The
  • p. 4 -- B.
  • operations are illegal under applicable international law,
  • p. 39 -- (a).
  • Applicability,
  • p. 39 -- (b)
  • The
  • operations are law enforcement operations and are carried out in an illegal manner under the UN Code of Conduct,
  • p. 40 -- 6.
  • Summary: a grave breach of the Fourth Geneva Convention,
  • p. 42 -- IV.
  • Responsibilities of a state,
  • The
  • p. 43 -- A.
  • Acts attributable to a state,
  • p. 44 -- B.
  • The
  • duty of restoration,
  • p. 45 -- C.
  • The
  • duty to prosecute,
  • p. 51 -- V.
  • Israel's High Court,
  • conduct of operations,
  • p. 53 -- A.
  • Section 119 of the British Defence (Emergency) Regulations of 1945,
  • p. 53 -- B.
  • Security - presumption in favor of the military commander,
  • p. 54 -- C.
  • Deterrence,
  • p. 55 -- D.
  • Hague Regulation 23(g) and Fourth Geneva Convention article 53,
  • p. 55 -- E. Summary, p. 57 -- Conclusion:
  • The
  • p. 8 -- C. Summary, p. 16 -- II.
  • need for international protection,
  • p. 57 -- Appendix 1-A:
  • Operations documented by Al-Haq during which Israeli military forces used anti-tank missiles and/or high powered explosives in the Gaza Strip,
  • p. 61 -- Appendix 1-B:
  • Operations documented by Al-Haq during which Israeli military forces used anti-tank missiles and/or high powered explosives in the West Bank,
  • p. 67 -- Appendix 2-A:
  • Case study of the Israeli military operation of 8 September 1992 in the 'Urayba neighborhood of the Gaza Strip city of Rafah,
  • p. 69 -- Appendix 2-B:
  • Case study of the operation of 13 November 1992 in the area of Qizan-al-Najjar, southeast of Gaza Strip city of Khan Younes,
  • p. 72 -- Appendix 3-A:
Control code
432712745
Dimensions
21 cm
Dimensions
4x6 in. or 11x15 cm.
Emulsion on film
diazo
Extent
98 pages
Form of item
microfiche
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service copy
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Media MARC source
rdamedia
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