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İkinci Lübnan Savaşı: Bir Yeniden Değerlendirme
Akademik Ortadoğu Dergisi (2010)
  • Murat Yesiltas
  • Ali Balcı, Sakarya University
This study attempts to analyze the process and humanitarian costs of Israel’s a thirtyfour-day war against Lebanon in the summer 2006. As it is stressed in many studies about the war, we will underline two points. Firstly, we will argue that the war had already planned before the invasion started and Israel had been waiting an excuse for initiating the war. Secondly, by focusing on the some reports which were published after the war, this study posits that Israel used “collective punishment” as a technique of war against the Lebanese and it suspended international law of war.
Publication Date
March, 2010
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Citation Information
Murat Yesiltas and Ali Balcı. "İkinci Lübnan Savaşı: Bir Yeniden Değerlendirme" Akademik Ortadoğu Dergisi Vol. Cil 4 Iss. 2 (2010)
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