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Israeli Boundary Proposal Golan Heights 2004

Description
This polygon dataset represents an Israeli land proposal born during the 2004 Herzliya Conference [a conference on the balance of Israel's national security]. The offer dealt with the contentious boundary line that runs through the Golan Heights, a still-disputed territory between Israel and Syria. Israel proposed that the western side of the polygon would represent the official political boundary between Syria and Israel, while the polygon itself would represent land from which Israel would not fully withdraw and instead maintain a small military presence.
Publisher
Shalom akhshav (Organization : Israel)
Place(s)
Israel, Syria, Asia, Northern Hemisphere, Eastern Hemisphere, and Golan Heights
Subject(s)
polygon, boundaries, society, Herzliya Conference on the Balance of Israel's National Security, Administrative and political divisions, Israel--Boundaries., and Israel--Boundaries--Syria.
Year
2004-01-01T01:01:01Z
Held by
Tufts
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