United Nations Security Council Resolution 1450
Resolution 1450 of the UN Security Council was a resolution adopted on 13 December 2002 at its 4667th meeting of the United Nations Security Council. With the resolution, the Board reaffirmed the principles of the Charter of the United Nations and its previous resolutions 1189 (1998), 1269 (1999), 1368 (2001) and 1373 ( 2001). The resolution condemned the attacks on Israel proper in Kikambala and Mombasa in Kenya on 28 November 2002.
The Security Council confirmed the need to combat the threats to international peace and security that would be incurred by terrorist attacks and the obligations of States under the International Convention for the Suppression of Terrorist Bombings and the conventions for the prevention of unlawful acts against civil aviation. The resolution condemned the avowal to the attack by al -Qaida, pointing to the obligations of States pursuant to Resolution 1390 (2002) back and pushed the families of the victims and the Governments of Kenya and Israel's grief and sympathy.
The resolution called upon all States to consider in accordance with their obligations under Resolution 1373 which perpetrators and organizers of the stop accountable .. The Panel also expressed its determination from to combat all forms of terrorism.
Resolution 1450 was adopted by 14 of the 15 members of the Security Council, Syria voted against the resolution. The Syrian ambassador said that his country condemned the terrorist attacks, but was opposed to the repeated use of the name Israel in the text and against the language that had moved away from the main purpose of the resolution. In addition, Syria stated that Israel is committing itself "terrorist atrocities " against the Palestinian people daily.
With the adoption of the resolution were first mentioned Israeli victims in a resolution of the United Nations Security Council or even condemned; after the attack on the Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina 1994 in Argentina, the Security Council had not mentioned Israel.