A set of six resolutions concerning the Palestinian-Israeli and Arab-Israeli conflicts that were adopted by the United Nations General Assembly on 1 December 2006. … The sixth resolution reiterated the illegality of Israel's annexation of the Golan Heights, repeated the demand for an Israeli withdrawal from the area, and called for the resumption of Israeli-Syrian and Israeli-Lebanese peace talks.
A plan put forth by Israeli Agriculture Minister and former general Ariel Sharon, and approved by the Government of Israel on 2 October 1977, for a major extension of Jewish settlement in the West Bank. … Sharon presented four main objectives he wished to achieve with the plan: preventing the Palestinian civilian population from entering Israel; creating a buffer between West Bank Palestinians and Arab-populated Israeli territories north and west of it; controlling the high ground overlooking the Israeli coastal plain, where most of the country’s population and industrial capacity is located; and ensuring the security of Lydda International Airport. …
A resolution adopted by the Government of Israel under Prime Minister Ariel Sharon on 20 February 2005, subsequent to GOI Resolutions 2077 and 883. … It also authorizes the Ministerial Committee on National Security to make any necessary adjustments in the barrier route.
A resolution adopted by the Government of Israel under Acting Prime Minister Ehud Olmert on 30 April 2006, subsequent to GOI Resolutions 2077, 883 and 3283. … It also authorizes the Prime Minister and the Minister of Defense to make any necessary adjustments in the barrier route. …
A resolution adopted by the Government of Israel under Prime Minister Ariel Sharon on 23 June 2002, approving the implementation of Phase A of the West Bank Separation Barrier, stressing that the barrier is a security mechanism and does not constitute a border, political or other.
An advisory opinion compiled by the International Court of Justice at the request of the UN General Assembly that was published on 9 July 2004. … American judge Thomas Buergenthal dissented from the court's decision to hear the case, claiming that it did not take all relevant information into account.
A ruling delivered by the Israeli High Court of Justice on 30 June 2004 in the case of Beit Suriq Village Council et al. … The court accepted most of the plaintiffs' claims, stating that the damage done to them is not proportional to the security needs met, and ordered the government to revise the barrier's route.
A ruling delivered by the Israeli High Court of Justice on 15 September 2005 in the case of Mara'be et al. … While ascertaining the validity of Israel's construction of the barrier, the ruling determined that the damage to Palestinian livelihood was not proportional to the security needs met, and ordered the state to reexamine the proposed route.