Règle correspondante
Lebanon
Practice Relating to Rule 1. The Principle of Distinction between Civilians and Combatants
The Report on the Practice of Lebanon refers to a 1996 report by the Lebanese Ministry of Justice, which stated that Israel had committed serious violations of the 1949 Geneva Conventions by failing to distinguish between civilians and combatants. 
Report on the Practice of Lebanon, 1998, Chapter 1.4, referring to Report by the Lebanese Ministry of Justice on possibilities for legal action against Israel, 12 April 1996.
The Report on the Practice of Lebanon refers to a 1996 report by the Lebanese Ministry of Justice which stated that Israel had committed serious violations of the Geneva Conventions by “engaging civilians”. 
Report on the Practice of Lebanon, 1998, Chapter 1.4, referring to Report by the Lebanese Ministry of Justice on possibilities for legal action against Israel, 12 April 1996.
The Report on the Practice of Lebanon refers to a statement by the General Director of the Ministry of Justice in 1997 in which he stated that he considered the bombardment of civilians a war crime. 
Report on the Practice of Lebanon, 1998, Chapter 6.5, referring to Statement by the General Director of the Lebanese Ministry of Justice, al Raii al ordonia, 23 December 1997.