Related Rule
Israel
Practice Relating to Rule 144. Ensuring Respect for International Humanitarian Law Erga Omnes
In communications in relation to the declarations made in the instruments of accession by Oman, the Syrian Arab Republic and the United Arab Emirates to the 1977 Additional Protocol I and, in the case of Oman, also the 1977 Additional Protocol II, Israel stated:
The Instrument deposited by the Sultanate of Oman includes a hostile declaration of a political character regarding Israel … The statement by the Sultanate of Oman cannot in any way affect whatever obligations are binding upon it under general international law or under particular conventions. In so far as the substance of the matter is concerned, the Government of Israel will adopt towards the Sultanate of Oman an attitude of complete reciprocity.
The Instrument deposited by the Government of the Arab Republic of Syria contains a hostile statement of a political character in respect of Israel … This statement by the Government of the Arab Republic of Syria cannot in any way affect whatever obligations are binding upon the Arab Republic of Syria under general international law or under particular conventions. The Government of the State of Israel will, in so far as concerns the substance of the matter, adopt towards the Government of the Arab Republic of Syria an attitude of complete reciprocity.
The Instrument deposited by the Government of the United Arab Emirates contains a statement of a political character in respect of Israel … This statement by the Government of the United Arab Emirates cannot in any way affect whatever obligations are binding upon the United Arab Emirates under general international law or under particular conventions. The Government of the State of Israel will, in so far as concerns the substance of the matter, adopt towards the Government of the United Arab Emirates an attitude of complete reciprocity. 
Israel, Communications made in relation to the declarations made in the instruments of accession by Oman, Syrian Arab Republic and the United Arab Emirates to the 1977 Additional Protocol I and, in the case of Oman, also the 1977 Additional Protocol II, reprinted in Dietrich Schindler and Jirí Toman, The Law of Armed Conflicts, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers/Henry Dunant Institute, Dordrecht/Geneva, 1988, pp. 711–712.