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DescriptionEnglish: Map showing the Blue Line demarcation line between Lebanon and Israel, established by the UN after the Israeli withdrawal from southern Lebanon after its short 1978 invasion called Operation Litani. It follows the 1949 cease-fire line, also known as the Green Line, as well as the somewhat contested Lebanese-Syrian border towards the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights.
Dateshort 1978 the 1949 July 2006 the 2006
SourceSelf-published work by 99of9
Author99of9 / * The map is made by Thomas Blomberg using the UNIFIL map, deployment as of July 2006 as source.
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current10:44, 16 November 2010
1,299 × 898 (157 KB)99of9Reverted to version as of 20:09, 21 October 2010. These boundaries appear to be accepted by both "sides" of the war. Their difference is over the label SYRIA (occupied...) over Golan Heights. For that we are now consistent with the original uploader's
20:09, 21 October 2010
1,299 × 898 (157 KB)Nableezykeep boundary changes but restore label for syria
16:30, 17 August 2006
1,299 × 898 (238 KB)Thomas Blomberg
14:16, 4 August 2006
1,299 × 898 (643 KB)Thomas BlombergMap showing the Blue Line demarkation line between Lebanon and Israel, established by the UN after the Israeli withdrawal from southern Lebanon after its short 1978 invasion called "Operation Litani". It follows the 1949 cease-fire line, also known as the
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