United Nations Security Council Resolution 101, adopted on November 24, 1953. The United Nations Truce Supervision Organization in Palestine the Council found that the retaliatory action taken by Israeli forces at the village of Qibya were a violation of the cease-fire provisions of United Nations Security Council Resolution 54 (the Qibya massacre). It also beached the parties’ obligations under the General Armistice Agreement between Israel and Jordan as well as the Charter of the United Nations. It was all part of and helped encourage the Arab–Israeli conflict and Israeli–Palestinian conflict on both sides.
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