United Nations Security Council resolution 465, was adopted unanimously on 1 March 1980. It was to resolve the issue of the Israeli settlements and administration in "the Arab territories occupied since 1967, including Jerusalem" (the West Bank including East Jerusalem, Gaza Strip and the Golan Heights).
Israel was condemed by the Security Council for defying the 1979 Security Council Commission established in Resolution 446 and told Israel to dismantle it's settlements in the Palestinian Territories.
Israel was condemned for prohibiting the travel of the Mayor of Hebron, Fahd Qawasma, to the Security Council and asked then to let the Mayor travel to the United Nations Headquarters.
The Security Council Commission to continue it's work and to to report back to the Council by 1 September 1980.
The was also a request that all states ‘not to provide Israel with any assistance to be used specifically in connection with settlements in the occupied territories’.
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