Delegation: Israel

Event: Pearl-MUN 2003

Students: Noufah Al Sabah



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The Israeli National Anthem



Israel Kol od balevav penimah
nefesh Yehudi homiyah
Ulefa-atej mizrach kadimah
'ayin LeTsion, tsofiah.

Od lo awvdah tikwatenu
ha'tikvah bat sh'not alpayim
liheyot am chofsi beartsenu
erets Tsion birushalayim.
(repeat previous two lines)


So long as still within our breasts The Jewish heart beats true,
So long as still towards the East,
To Zion, looks the Jew,
So long our hopes are not yet lost
Two thousand years we cherished them
To live in freedom in the land
Of Zion and Jerusalem.
Of Zion and Jerusalem.





Political structure

Israel is a parliamentary democracy with legislative, executive and judicial branches. The head of the state is the president, whose duties are mostly ceremonial and formal; the office symbolizes the unity and sovereignty of the state.

The Knesset, Israel's legislative authority, is a 120-member unicameral parliament which operates in plenary session and through 15 standing committees. Its members are elected every four years in universal nationwide elections.

The Government (cabinet of ministers) is charged with administering internal and foreign affairs. It is headed by a prime minister and is collectively responsible to the Knesset. The 2 principal parties are the labor incumbent party (one of the most powerful party) and the Israeli nationalists group. Its government is similar to a United states one.

There are a lot of small religious parties that pressure the government but they act like opposition instead of allies to the government.

The Sharon revolution headed by President Ariel Sharon is a no mercy, killer be killed government revolution. During his office a lot of bad political and local things have happened such as the siege on Arafat and the PLO, the Lebanese occupation and its retreat, the 2nd Intifada, etc. a lot of people hate Sharon in and out of Israel but due to his strong allies and connections he almost always gets out of his problems and conflicts free and un touched.

The military has a very significant role in the government, it acts as the governments overseer, it oversees that laws are put and that people follow it. It helps make all the rules put be continued and followed by the people.



Israel is country which has a very strategic location linking the east with the west. It lies in the Middle East, bordering the Mediterranean Sea, between Egypt and Lebanon. It bordering countries are Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Syria and the West Bank (the remains of Palestine circa 1948). All which have not very good relations with Israel due to the changing of Palestine into Israel, etc. especially Syria. Israel is slightly smaller than the state of New Jersey(20,770 sq. km.{440 sq. km. of water and, 330 km of land}). Its coastline is 273 Kilometers. Israelís lowest point is the Dead Sea (-408 meters) and its highest point is Har Meron (1,208 meters). Israelís climate is temperate, hot, and dry in the southern and eastern desert areas. Israelís terrain is mixed. The Negev desert is at the South, and it has low coastal plains, central mountains and has the Jordan Rift valley. These are 242 Israeli settlements and civilian land use sites in the West Bank, 42 in the Israel occupied Golan Heights, 25 in the Gaza Strip, and 29 in East Jerusalem.


Natural Resources

Israel has an abundance of natural resources. It has a lot of copper ore, natural gas, phosphate rock, Magnesium Bromide, clays, sand, timber, and potash. Israelís land is varied. It has 17.02% of arable land, 4.17 % permanent crops, and 78.81% other. The limited amount of arable and natural fresh water sources pose serious constraints and problems that Israel is fighting with its neighbors about. Israelís agricultural products are citrus, vegetables, cotton, beef, poultry, and dairy products. Israel also has small amounts of oil that can be disregarded since they are not significant and make up less than 5% of itís GDP.

Israel also has a water problem, it has a serious lack of water. A lot of wars and conflicts have started due to this lack.



Israelís population is 6,029,529 (July 2002). These include about 187,000 Israeli settlers in the west bank, more than 5,000 in the Gaza strip, and fewer than 177,000 in East Jerusalem (Feb. 2003). The population growth rate is 1.48%. The life expectancy of the total population is 78.86 years (Female: 81 years old, Male: 76 years old). The Israeli population is made up of several ethnic groups which are Jewish 80.1% {Europe/America born 32.1%, Israel born 20.8%, Africa born 14.6 %, and Asian born 12.6%}, and non-Jewish 19.9% (mostly Arab). The religions are Judaism (80.1%), and Islam (14.6% and are mostly Sunni), Christian (2.1%), and other (3.2%). The languages spoken are Hebrew (official), Arabic is used officially by the Arab minority, and English is the most commonly used language.

There are a lot of ethnical divisions and differences between them but they all meet in the sense that they are all struggling to live in this war torn nation. There is segregation, the Arab Muslims live in different parts of the nation than the Jews, and etc. If one was to look at them from a US view then the Israeli community would look like America before the end of racisim when the Blacks and whites were segregated, etc. but in this case neither community can part with the other since all the doctors, etc. are the Arab Israel's and all the ones with the money are the Israeli Jews, etc.

Israel has also made settlements that are movable neighborhoods that spring up in Palestinian settlements and are due to the fact that Israel wants to control these Palestinian areas and expand so that if someone argues about their aims they would only say that a lot of Jews live in theses areas so they must be Israeli property. Palestinians want these settlements removed but Israel argues that a lot of Israelis call them home so they canít be moved, etc. this is hypocrisy since Israel when it first started caused a huge movement of Palestinians from their homes that have not returned since then .



The Israeli military is one of the major aspects of Israel that it boasts about. It was constantly put on test and succeeded and thus is very powerful. It was put to test against the Arabs, who had more men and better weapons, and defeated them several times. Some say itís because of their strategic and tactical plans, others say its just luck. But it is because they are strong. The Israeli government spends a lot of its GDP buying weapons from the US and making nuclear and chemical weapons although it denies it. It spends $8.97 billion on the Military which accounts for 8.75% of its GDP.

This is because it is constantly being pressured with security problems by the Palestinian terrorist groups like Hamas, etc. and other Arab countries such as Syria, and Iraq (which fired scuds at Israel in the Gulf War in 1990). Its military is made up of several branches. They are the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) {which include the ground, naval, and air components with Air Defense Forces}, and the Pioneer Youth. The military manpower age is 18 years old, and it has 1,262,973 of Male fit for military service and 1,223,939 Females fit for service.

In the past 10 years the US has provided Israel with $7.2 billion dollars worth of weaponry, and military equipment including fighter planes, helicopters, missiles, etc. It has also given Israel a lot of freebies, free of charge, between 1994 and 2001, which include rifles, grenade launchers, caliber machine guns, ammunition, etc. Israel also has an abundant supply of nuclear weapons although it denies them and claims they are only useless combating machines to combat terrorists and rebels, etc.



Israel has a technologically advanced market economy with substantial government participation. Israelís GDP is $122 billion, and has a $19,000 GDP per Capita. Its GDP is composed by Agriculture (3%), Industry (30%), and Services (67%). Its budget is $40 billion in revenues and $42.4 billion in expenditures. Israelís labor force is 2.4 million which are employed in Public Services (31%), manufacturing (20%), finance and business (13%), commerce (13%), construction (8%), personal and other services (6%), transports and communications (6%) and in the agriculture sector (3%). It depends on imports of crude oil, grains, raw materials, and military equipment (for safety measures and keeping the Palestinian minority calm and peaceful).

Despite its lack of water sources, etc. it has sufficiently developed its Agricultural and Industrial sectors over the past 20 years. Israel is largely self-sufficient in food production except for grains.

Its Industries produce high technology projects (aviation, communications, computer-aided design, and it manufactures medical electronics), wood and paper products, potash, phosphates, food, beverages, tobacco, caustic soda, cement and diamond cutting.

Israelís leading exports are cut diamonds, machinery and equipment, software, agricultural products, chemicals, and textile apparel. It gains $28 billion through these exports, and its major export partners are the US (42.8%), Benelux (7.4%), Hong Kong (6.8%), Germany (4.8%), UK (4.8%), and Japan (3.2%).

Israelís leading imports are raw materials, military equipment, investment goods, diamonds, fuels, and consumer goods. This costs $30.8 billion. Its major import partners are the US (23.5%), Benelux (10.2%), Germany (7.9%), UK (6.7%), Switzerland (6.0%), and Italy (5.2%).

Israel usually post sizable current account deficits, which are covered by large payments from abroad and by foreign loans. Roughly half of the governmentís external debt is owed to the US, which is its major source of economic and military aid. Its foreign debt is $42.8 billion. The influx of the Jewish immigrants from the former USSR during the period of 1989-99 coupled with the opening of the markets at the end of the Cold War, energized Israelís economy (which grew rapidly in the 1990s). But growth began moderating in 1996 when the country imposed tighter fiscal monetary policies and the immigration bonus ended. Growth was strong (6.4% in 2000 during the Israeli-Palestinian conflict which increased the declines in the high technology and tourist sectors. Fiscal austerity measures in the face of the growing inflation have led to declines in 2001, and 2002. The inflation rate is 5.7 % last recorded in 2002.


Views on World Problems

Israel is on good terms with almost all the countries in South America, Australia, North America, and Europe. It has a good business partnership and ties with the EU (European Union), the OAS (organizations of South American states), and the countries in Southern Africa and Australia. It has a special friendship with the USA, its like big bother to it. It supplies it with weapons, political appraisal and helps it in its war against the PLO and the other Arab nations. As for the Arab states, it has a struggling relationship with them.

All the Arab states are politically against Israel and its start. But, secretly a lot of them have relationships with it like Egypt and Jordan (that have an embassy and have closely tied economies with it), and Qatar (which has just shown their relationship to the public and have an Israeli economic trading office in it). The other GCC countries and North African nations like Morocco, and Algeria couldnít care less and stick to their words. There are a lot of countries that detest Israel and really hate it like Syria who is in constant war with it, Lebanon which is still suffering from the Israeli war in 1982 and which still has occurring conflicts between them, the former Iraq who always used to threaten Israel with weapons of mass destruction and an invasion, and Saudi Arabia who holds on to its political stand point due its honorable name as a symbolic Islamic nation. Jordan and Egypt also both claim to be politically against Israel with the Arab Council but their actions reflect a different stand point. Its only when there is an Arab uprising against Israel that they stand firmly against it. As for Israelís allies, they are the US, and Turkey.



Israel is a land and a people. The history of the Jewish people, and of its roots in the Land of Israel, spans some 35 centuries. In this land, its cultural, national and religious identity was formed; here, its physical presence has been maintained unbroken throughout the centuries, even after the majority was forced into exile, With the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, Jewish independence, lost 2,000 years earlier, was renewed.

History itself has left a legacy which creates issues between Palestinians and Israelis. Palestine was created by the League of nations as a British mandate to build a national home for the Jewish people. The Arabs resented the taking over of their land by the Jews, creating a long history of enmity between Jews and Arabs in the land. In 1948, the UN partitioned the land into Arab and Jewish states with the support of the United States. The Arabs did not accept the partition and war started. The Jews of Palestine were saved from threatened annihilation by a decisive victory, but Arab states refused to recognize Israel or make peace with it, resulting in several following wars. Each side views the conflict as entirely the fault of the other and expects an apology. The Palestinians view Israeli territorial expansion with mistrust. Israelis are aware of the tiny size and small population of Israel relative to the surrounding Arab states.

Israel has occupied the West bank and Gaza Strip since the 1967  6-day war (about 2,200 square miles), and has built settlements with a population of about 210,000, mostly in the West Bank. Palestinians demand withdrawal from all of the land conquered in the 1967 and evacuation of the settlements. Israel continued to expand settlements throughout the peace process that began in 1993 and continues to do so today. In the final status negotiations at Camp David and Taba, Israel offered to turn over large percentages of land in the West Bank and Gaza, but the areas were to be separated by narrow corridors of Israeli control.

Palestinians demand a state on the land that is evacuated. Right wing Israeli political parties are opposed to creating a state, because, they claim, it would be a base for terror groups. In final status negotiations, the Israeli government agreed to a demilitarized Palestinian state with limited control over its borders and resources; a "state minus." The Palestinians have won a commitment for a state from the UN, and from US President Bush.

About 780,000 Palestinians were expelled or fled their homes in 1948 in the war that followed the creation of Israel, and additional Palestinians fled in 1967. There are now about 4 million Palestinian refugees. Many of them live in crowded refugee camps in poor conditions in the West Bank and Gaza, in Jordan, Syria, Lebanon and Iraq.  Palestinians demand that these refugees should have the right to return to their homes in Israel under UN General Assembly Resolution 194. Israelis note that an almost equal number of Jews fled Arab lands to Israel in 1948. Israelis oppose return of the refugees because that would create an Arab Palestinian majority and would put an end to Israel as a Jewish state. Most Palestinian groups, including the Fateh, agree, and openly proclaim that resolution of the refugee issue would mean the end of Israel.

Almost all Palestinian groups were founded with the declared aim of destroying Israel by violence, and had a history of terrorist activities. Only the PLO (Palestine Liberation Organization) has renounced this aim officially. In 1993, the PLO signed the Oslo Declaration of Principles, renouncing violence and agreeing to honor UN SC Resolution 242, which implicitly recognizes the right of Israel to exist. In return, Israel allowed the PLO to enter the West Bank and Gaza strip, and Palestinians gained autonomous control of most of the population of these areas.  Extremist Palestinian groups who objected to the agreements began a campaign of ambushes and suicide bombings against Israel. The Palestine National Authority claimed they could not control the dissident groups. Final status negotiations faltered in September 2000, and Palestinian terror attacks were stepped up after Ariel Sharon visited the Al-Aqsa Muslim holy site. The violence became generalized "resistance," called "the Intifada," and involving large sectors of the population as well as the Palestine National Authority itself, and the police force set up by the Oslo agreements. Polls indicate that about half the Palestinians believe that the aim of the Intifada is to destroy Israel. Since September 28, 2000, Palestinians have killed over 700 Israelis in terror and suicide attacks. The Intifada destroyed the belief of many Israelis in the possibility of peace, and destroyed the credibility of Yasser Arafat and the PLO as peace partners.

Israel responded to Palestinian violence at the beginning of the Oslo process by limiting the flow of Palestinian workers to Israel to prevent infiltration of violence, and by strict checks at border checkpoints. The closing of the borders caused a drastic drop in the Palestinian standard of living. Palestinians who did come to work were often subjected to humiliating searches and very long waits at checkpoints. Following incidents of terror attacks at the checkpoints, nervous IDF (Israel Defense Forces - the Israeli Army) soldiers sometimes were too quick to open fire on suspicious vehicles, killing innocent civilians. Checkpoints around Jerusalem made it difficult for Palestinians to get to work in Jerusalem and to travel between Palestinian towns.

After September 2000, Israeli reprisals for Palestinian terror raids became increasingly severe, and included assassinations of wanted terrorists that Palestinians refused to arrest. Following a serious of deadly suicide bombings in March of 2002, Israel launched operation Defensive Wall in the West Bank and has since reoccupied most of the territories ceded to the Palestinians in the West Bank. The IDF set up additional checkpoints and has kept towns under virtual siege with extended periods of curfew, disrupting work, education and daily life. The IDF has killed about 2,000 Palestinians, demolished houses and uprooted olive groves. In addition to measures taken to ensure security, Israeli extremist settlers have harassed Palestinians, destroyed property, uprooted olive trees and have killed several Palestinians in doubtful circumstances. These settlers are rarely found and almost never prosecuted.

The area of Israel within its pre-1967 armistice borders is slightly less than 8,000 square miles. The distance from Tel Aviv to the green line border of Israel is 10 miles or less. Most Israeli cities are within artillery range of any Palestinian state. Israel therefore insists on guarantees that a Palestinian state would be demilitarized. The West Bank has enormous strategic importance to any country wishing to invade Israel. Israel therefore insists on guarantees that the Palestinian state would not allow a foreign army to enter its borders, and on bases within the West Bank.

The significance of Sharonís trip to the Aqsa mosque, on a pledge to insure total security in Israel, sparked the start of the 2nd Intifada (uprising). He was closely identified with the invasion of Lebanon in 1982, when he was the defense minister.






A. The question of rising water levels due to the effects of global warming.

Global warming is a negative externality produced by human technology. It is due to pollution that results from our factories, mills, cars, etc. and other ecologically bad things such as cutting the rain forests, etc. This pollution affects the ozone layer and the earthís temperature. It does this by directing bad UV rays from the sun, which in return heat the earth. It is also commonly named "the greenhouse effect". The earthís increasing temperature melts the polar ice caps in the North and South Pole therefore increasing the water supply. This increase in the water supply floods the earth and has a lot of negative results.

Israel is deeply concerned about this externality. It is alarmed by its magnitude and size and the fact that it is happening right now. Thus we cannot avoid it or forget about it. Israel would like to applaud all the nations that worked and made some effort to save the environment by decreasing pollution, etc. Israel would like to stress on the fact that this is our environment and our earth so we are the people responsible for it. Its not someone elseís burden, thus the UN should work to solve this problem effectively. Israel would be glad to sign any environmentally protective resolution or treaty. It urges everyone to do the same and help contribute back to the Mother Nature.


B. The question of controlling the spread of the SARS virus and finding a cure for it.

The SARS virus is a deadly disease that is tormenting our world right now. SARS stands for Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome. It is one of the most mysterious diseases that humanity has ever encountered and no cure has been found yet. It is an epidemic and has lead to the mysterious death of over a hundred people worldwide. It is not easy to get rid of due to the virusís immunity and its ability to survive, thus if a person is cured he or she can still infect others. The virus is a serious question mark, and is confusing to all the worldís doctors.

Israel is appalled and alarmed by this new syndrome that has pierced the hearts of millions worldwide and the wallets of more than a dozen nations. It is really disturbed by the fact that a large number of people have died due to this. It urges the UN to do something about this disease and focus of combating it instead of quarreling over the Iraqi liberation war, which is doing fine as it is and does not need any further questioning, etc. This is a very serious disease thus it needs to be researched efficiently. Israel urges countries to donate funds to research centers around the world especially in Asia, and the Middle East, so that we can stop this virus from terrorizing the world. It especially encourages donations in countries such as Israel, Canada, China, Turkey, and etc. which are strategic points on the map. With overtone's help and support we can combat this virus.


C. The question of securing food and water resources for nations in times of war and famine.

Wars are a terrible ordeal. They affect everyone involved even the innocent civilians. Wars pierce the hearts of millions and create a lot of psychological, financial, and political problems. The most negative thing however is the lack of food and water resources in these hard times. This is the most common thing that all wars have. Thus externality harms and kills hundreds of people and creates famines, etc.

Israel is deeply disturbed by this and would like to bring it to the UNís attention. It would like to express its deepest concerns for victims of war and aggression. It can relate to this a lot, in a sense that everyday it is fighting a war. The war Israel is fighting is that of Arab aggression. Everyday innocent lives are killed due to terrorist activities, etc. that are planned by the Arab terrorist groups which are backed up by a lot of Arab countries that are present in the UN.

This creates a shortage of a lot of things like water and food. It would also like to point out that these Arab terrorist groups and the nations that back them up have been responsible for a lot of human suffering through wars, and terrorist activities not in Israel alone but in the whole world. Examples are the Gulf War, September the 11th, etc. experience a lot of times like during the various Arab wars against Israel, and the shelling of Israel by Iraq in 1990, etc. its one of the most experienced nations in this area and has gone through the problem of insufficient water resources and food during those conflicts. Israel urges all countries to make a war donations box that would be overseen by Israel since its one of the most experienced nations in this subject. It would be a donations account that helps people suffering an aggression, etc. The UN needs to take action and save innocent people before its too late.


D. The question of creating a nuclear free zone in the Middle East.

Nuclear weapons are not regular defensive weapons that are used in fighting rebels, calming down protesters, or fighting crime; be they water guns or regular pistols, etc. Nuclear weapons are a thousand times stronger and kill 10 times more than other weapons. They can destroy a modern city in just one blast, and thus are very dangerous. These weapons are not toys, unlike how most nations around the world use them, which are mostly Arab nations. They are hard-core fighting machines that can engage an enemy that is millions of miles away and can create world wars, etc. They donít only kill they also release chemicals, radiation, etc. that are all bad to humans, plants and animals. A lot of nations donít use them carefully and threaten others with them.

Israel is deeply alarmed and shocked by the high and continuous number of nuclear weapons being made or used in the Middle East. The countries in the Middle East are not your average good neighbor they all have terrible histories especially terrorist rogue Arab countries such as Syria, Iraq, Libya, etc. these countries are well known to use these weapons easily and kill thousands of lives without feeling guilty. Iraq is a good example after its "Kurdish Massacre" which resulted in the death of thousands of Kurds due to the Iraqi former regime spraying them with chemical weapons, etc. Israel is not a popular nation in the Middle East and nearly every other nation hates it especially the rogues. It has suffered a lot from them especially during the Gulf War when Iraq fired 3 scud missiles towards Israel and has threatened it with biological weapons. Israel applauds the UNís former treaties and organizations that inspect nuclear weapons but would like to see a new sole organization based in Israel that would inspect other countries in the region and have a new kind of objective. It would be in charge of keeping the nuclear weapons count under control and insure that countries donít use them in bad ways, etc. It would like to also point out the accusations that the other Arab countries have speared towards it of it having nuclear weapons. Israel does not have nuclear weapons, etc. it only has weapons like guns, etc. that combat terrorism and keep the rebels under control. It would like to assure the UN that it has no weapons whatsoever and only owns combating weapons that combat the threats that are fired towards it. Israel has not signed any nuclear proliferation treaty due to the ARABS accusations and their aim to make Israel look bad, etc. thus it has not taken part in any treaties because (it secretly has a stash of weapons and wants the treaties objectives changed).


E. The question of guaranteeing human rights and alleviating suffering in Cuba.

All humans are equal and deserve their full rights. Every human being is entitled to his rights no matter who or where he or she is from. This is quoted and written in the UNís declaration human rights that every country in the world signed. Everyone agrees that this is valid and thus it must be. Every country has to guarantee that their people get their full rights be they freedom of speech, belief, etc.

Israel believes that rights are essential to every human being, be he Israeli, American, etc. Israel believes that no one should be stripped of these rights and no one should be discouraged to exercise them, except rogues and other threats like terrorists, etc. Every country in the world signed this thus they have given their word and cannot go back to it. This is however not the case in many nations all of which are third world countries. Thus Israel proposes that these nations be punished for shunning the declaration of human rights and not treating it as valid thus breaking it. The UN has to guarantee that all humans get their equal rights. Israel urges all countries and persuades them to do as they have said and make sure that no human is stripped of his rights.

As for alleviating the suffering in Cuba, Israel would like to stress on the fact that all this suffering is happening from the evil plots and actions of the Cuban government led by Fidel Castro. He is a tyrant and should be dealt with that way. Like Saadam Hussein he should be taken off his throne and be persecuted. He is the cause of the suffering of millions thus Israel believes that the UN should take some action towards him and insure that the Cuban people have their full rights and privileges, and live under a wise and fair ruler. The Cubans deserve a better life and itís our job as the UN to save and help our fellow brothers and sisters in need. Israel would also like to take this opportunity to congratulate the US and the UK for the successful liberation of Iraqi people and the disposing of an evil and bad tyrant that terrorized the whole world.






Forum: The General Resolution

Question: of creating a nuclear free zone in the Middle East.

Country: of Israel

Defining nuclear weapons as weapons that can be over a million times more powerful than the same weight of conventional explosives, and are considered "weapons of mass destruction" in the truest sense and can kill thousands of people or more , and can obliterate the entire physical infrastructure of a large city or contaminate a much larger area with radioactive fallout,

Acknowledging that an abundance of nuclear weapons in the region of the Middle East would pose a serious threat to international peace, stability, and security,

Condemning Iraqís past actions with nuclear weapons such as
A. The "Kurd Massacre" in the 80ís which was due to the use of chemical weapons of mass destruction and ended up with the death of thousands of innocent civilians,
B. The attack on Israel during the Gulf war with Scud missiles that were presumed to be biological and were the aftermath of constant threats towards Israel.

Welcoming all initiatives leading to general and complete decrease of weapons be it from production or use including in the region of the Middle East, and in particular on the establishment in with the intention of a zone free of the wealth of weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear weapons in the hands of bad nations such as Iraq, Syria and Iran,

Noting that the peace negotiations in the Middle East, which should be of a comprehensive nature and represent an appropriate framework for the peaceful settlement of contentious issues in the region,

Applauds and Recognizes the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) conference and organizationís countless efforts on international initiatives for reducing the amount of weapons of mass destruction including nuclear from the Middle East.


1. Resolves the alteration of the NPTís (Nuclear Proliferation Treaty) goals and objectives from, "Ensuring that no Middle Eastern Country has nuclear weapons, and destroying them all" to "Ensuring the right for certain Middle Eastern nations to have nuclear capabilities, but monitor them and ensure that they are not used badly";

2. Has Resolved
A. That the Middle Eastern Area will be divided into 3 categories, Positive Nations(good, reliable and righteous nations), Neutral Nations (normal, very average, and fine nations), and Negative Nations (sinister, evil, and mischievous nations),
B. Assignment will be by the Nuclear Monitoring Delegation (NMD) that will:
(1)Be situated in Israel and will meet 3 times a year,
(2)Will consist of one representative from each major organization in the world such as the OAS, EU, GCC, etc.,
(3)Put each nation in what category,
(4)Be headed by a Security Council country that has experience in ending Middle Eastern aggression and will have a veto right in categorizing the Middle Eastern Nations;

3. Authorizes that these nations will be put into these categories by the:
A. Nationís political history ,
B. Nationís economic stability,
C. Nationís moral conduct (past and present),
D. Nationís political stability;

4. Declares that this vote will be a secret ballot for it to be fair, but the head country will have the veto special privilege mentioned above. ;

5. Emphasizes that all negative nations will be subjected to checks, and their nations will be patrolled for any sign of nuclear capabilities like the past NPT used to do, but as for the Positive nations they will not need to be checked since they qualify and are responsible enough, and as for the "neutral" nations they will only be monitored but not as closely as the "negative states";

6. Stresses that any nation who changes its moral conduct, etc. from the things mentioned above, or wants the NMD to reconsider should file a reconsideration form and be initiated from the start, a nation can only file a reconsideration form once every 10 years, and thus will be placed in an inspection investigation so as to be sure that they are not negative but positive, etc.;

7. Further Declares that this treaty will be a mandatory contract for all the states "positive" or "negative" or "neutral", and that all "positive" nations will be responsible for the following as soon as they are given permission to continue their nuclear research, etc. and are declared "positive":
A. Securing their nuclear capabilities and not using them in any bad ways, etc.,
B. Keeping their nuclear energy and chemicals safe and secure so that they donít harm anyone or create a catastrophic hazard,
C. They should not threaten any other nations with these nuclear capabilities, etc. ;

8. Further Stresses that any nation that is agreed upon by the NMD and then breaks the rules, etc. will get fined with a big sum of money that is 30% their GDP and will be heard in the ICJ to explain its case, if it is convicted guilty then it will be fined and taken off the treaty as a "positive nation" and thus wait 10 years until its reconsidered again but if it is not then it will regain its status as a "Positive" nation;

9. Urges all nations to sign this resolution so as to create peace in the Middle East and secure the Nationís nuclear capabilities.





An explosion occurs.. Toto0o0o0w tato00ow sirens shriek and police with ambulances appear to the sceneÖ death strikes! Fear pierces peopleís hearts!.. Misery is spread.. ! A terror campaign has just occurred! This is a typical day in Israel.. Israel the center of the 5 pointed Jewish star..

Israel once a holy land (for ALL religions), now a grave yard.. a grave yard of the victims of AGGRESSION.. Aggression in the shape of terrorist plots.. all hurdled towards it from the ARAB TERRORIST GROUPS and the ARAB COUNTRIES whom SUPPORT THEM and back them up 100%.. All of whom are present here today.. They feast whenever death occurs.. While the doctors and police carry the corpses of dead bodies, they pride themselves with victory.. in their minds they have succeeded they have killed an Israeli ! They have killed a JEW! why the racism ? Why are they bigots? No one knows.

They are fundamentalists. They are extremists.. Something has to be done to stop them.. The UN has to take action! Israel is suffering.. Innocent civilians are dying..

Where is the justice that is the UN!