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H.Res. 1269 (93rd): Resolution expressing the sense of the House of Representatives with respect to the responsibility of the Government of Lebanon for Arab terrorists whose bases are located within Lebanon.

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7/25/1974--Introduced. Expresses the sense of the House of Representatives that the President of the United States should demand that the Government of Lebanon prohibit any Palestinian Arab refugee camp in Lebanon from being used by Arab terrorists for the recruitment and training of such terrorists and for weapons arsenals for such terrorists. States that if the President of the United States, within a reasonable period of time after such demand upon the Government of Lebanon, determines that the response of such Government is not satisfactory, he should direct the United States delegation to the United Nations to follow prescribed U.N. procedures to request that the United Nations establish a U.N. police force in any Palestinian Arab refugee camp in Lebanon, in order to deny the use of these camps by Arab terrorists.

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