Intentional violations on sovereignty by Israelis
International law rules and the rule of international law implies authority over its subjects. By analogy to individual autonomy, state sovereignty is often understood in international law as a competence, immunity, or power, and in particular as the power to make autonomous choices. So, a sovereign state is a political entity that is represented by one centralized government that has sovereignty over a geographic area. International law defines sovereign states as having a permanent population, defined territory, one government and the capacity to enter into relations with other sovereign states. It is also normally understood that a sovereign state is independent.
Issues the following:
- Assassinations in other countries
- All means of attack on any country in the Middle East
- All means of attack in countries outside the Middle East
Homs province is next to Lebanon, where the Iranian-backed Lebanese Shia Hezbollah group holds sway in border areas.
- CIA and U.S. diplomats warned in 1979-1980 that Israel might attack
- Reagan administration missed level of Carter’s concern, so were taken by surprise
- Saddam Hussein saw himself "on the side of the angels" and Israel was "increasingly ... viewed as the international pariah," CIA official noted
- France took secret “preventive measures” to block Iraqi weapons capability, unbeknownst to Iraqis
State TV says Syrian air defences confronted an ‘Israeli aggression’, intercepting and downing a barrage of missiles over Hama.
- Hezbollah previously said it would respond to any deadly attacks of its soldiers in Syria by Israel.
Israel has for the first time confirmed that it destroyed a suspected nuclear reactor being built in Syria in 2007.
The Palestinian militant group Hamas has blamed Israel for the death of a Tunisian national it described as one of its drone experts.