United Nations Historic Security Council
Israeli-Lebanese Conflict (Freeze Date: 1982)
The Security Council faces an ultimatum: Israel has just invaded Lebanon. They are now challenged with the task of what actions to take in order to end this conflict in a manner that satisfies both nation states.
Mr. Rahul Sethia
Rahul is a third year student of law at the National Law Institute University, Bhopal. He has been a part of the Delhi Mun circuit for the past 4 years, and has attended various international conferences in the country. Rahul is a senior member of the Centre for research in International law (Bhopal Chapter of the International Law students association). He’s currently working with Linklaters (Hong Kong SAR) as an international intern. In the past 4 years, he has trained students from different schools and colleges in public speaking and debate.
Greetings Delegates! First, a little about myself, I’m in the 12th grade and I’ve been doing MUNs for about 5 years now. Each MUN that I’ve attended and been a part of has been a unique experience where I have learned and grown as a debater, a student of geopolitics, international relations, and much more besides. In this committee, we will be discussing the intriguing Israel-Lebanon War of 1982, a conflict of suspicious events, questionable blame, shifting loyalties, and global significance. To take charge of the UNSC in this perilous hour will require you to be prepared, armed not only with historical knowledge but a capable imagination, problem-solving skills, and an ability and willingness to negotiate and compromise. I look forward to seeing you all on the committee floor.
Hi, I'm Shauryaveer and I'm currently studying in grade 11. Even though I'm a commerce student, I love technology and my ideal way to spend the weekend is programming on my laptop. I am cricket crazy and I watch every single match that my favorite players play. I did my first ever Youth Parliament in 2018 and since then, I have participated in several MUNs and won distinguished prizes in most of them. This is my first time being on the Executive Board and I'm looking for a fruitful and interesting debate in the committee sessions.