Recent Israeli security measures under the Fourth Geneva Convention
Peter J. Morgan III
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Connecticut journal of international law, Vol. 3, issue 2. 1988, p. 485-500
This article provides a cursory outline of the debate over the application of the Fourth Geneva Convention to the Israeli occupied zones and the security measures employed within. It first examines Israeli claims that the Fourth Geneva Convetion does not apply to the occupied territories as well as arguments that it does. Second, it examines the legality of the Israeli security measures under the Fourth Geneva Convention.
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