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UNITED
NATIONS
S

        Security Council
Distr.
GENERAL
S/16974
21 February 1985

ORIGINAL: ENGLISH

LETTER DATED 21 FEBRUARY 1985 FROM THE PERMANENT
REPRESENTATIVE OF LEBANON TO THE UNITED NATIONS
ADDRESSED TO THE SECRETARY-GENERAL


Further to my letters concerning Israel's acts of aggression and practices in Southern Lebanon, the western Bekaa and the Rashaya district, and on instructions from my Government, I have the honour to inform you of the following:
The Government of Lebanon, while strongly protesting against these Israeli acts of aggression and abusive practices, reserves its right to request a special meeting of the Security Council should it deem that necessary.

I should be grateful if you would have the text of this letter circulated as a document of the Security Council.
M. Rachid FAKHOURY
Ambassador
Permanent Representative


Annex

Further report on Israeli abusive practices in
Southern Lebanon: 12-20 February 1985


1 - On 12 February 1985: the village of Kamed El-Loz is surrounded and a house in it belonging to a Mr. Mohieddine Hussein GHADDAR, is demolished.

2 - 15 February 1985: the Israeli forces continue, for the fourth consecutive day to surround Kamed El-Loz and to prevent its inhabitants to enter or leave the village, even the sick and the elderly; a food shortage is being felt by the population.

3 - 17 February 1985: the villages of Deir Mimas and Kfar Kila are besieged and 15 and 22 persons are being detained from each respectively.

4 - 18 February 1985: the Israeli forces
5 - During the night of 18-19 February 1985: the village of Tibnin is raided, its houses stormed and one inhabitant, Mr. Mohammed Mahmoud HAIDAR (20 years old) shot at and killed.

6 - 18 February 1985: the village of Tair Dibbah is besieged and house searches conducted.

7 - 19 February 1985
8 - 20 February 1985
9 - 21 February 1985

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