Jarring Mission to the Middle East

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Jarring Mission to the Middle East

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During 1968, the situation in the Middle East continued to be of concern to the United Nations. The security Council decided to create the United Nations Middle East Mission following resolution 236 to observe:

  • the status of the cease-fire between Israel on the one hand and, respectively, Jordan, the United Arab Republic, Lebanon, Syria and Iraq
  • questions concerning the treatment of civilian populations in Israel-occupied territories and changes in those territories
  • the situation in and around Jerusalem and its Holy Places

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