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UN Security Council Resolution 5867 Date: 23 September 1986 Meeting no.: 2,708 Code: S/RES/587 (Document) Vote: For: 14 Abs.: 1 Against: 0 Subject: Israel-Lebanon Result: Adopted Security Council composition in 1986: permanent members:  CHN  FRA  UK  USA  USSR non-permanent members:  AUS  BUL  CGO  DEN  GHA  MAD  THA  TRI  UAE  VEN Destroyed UN base in Lebanon United Nations Security Council Resolution 587, adopted on September 23, 1986, after recalling previous resolutions on the topic, the Council strongly condemned attacks on the United Nations Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) in southern Lebanon, expressing indignation at support the attacks receive. Several lives were lost in the attack, in which UNIFIL blamed the Israeli-backed South Lebanon Army for perpetrating.[1] The resolution, tabled by France,[2] commended the work of UNIFIL and its "courage, spirit of discipline and composure". It also took note of a report by the Secretary-General and accepted his proposals relating to the security of the Force, requesting him to report back within 21 days on the implementation of Resolution 587. The Council ended by demanding the withdrawal of all military forces not accepted by the Lebanese authorities from southern Lebanon. Resolution 587 was adopted with 14 votes to none, while the United States abstained from voting. See also Israel-Lebanon conflict Lebanese Civil War List of United Nations Security Council Resolutions 501 to 600 (1982 – 1987) South Lebanon conflict (1982–2000) References ^ "Security Council Resolution 587 (1986), attack on UNIFIL, 23 September 1986.". Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs. September 23, 1986. http://www.mfa.gov.il/MFA/Foreign%20Relations/Israels%20Foreign%20Relations%20since%201947/1984-1988/192%20Security%20Council%20Resolution%20587%20-1986--%20attack.  ^ Keesing's Record of World Events (1987). "Factional fighting in Beirut prior to February 1987 Syrian intervention - Fighting in Tripoli - Clashes involving UNIFIL and Israeli-backed forces in south - Amal-PLO battles - Kidnappings of foreigners". Keesing's Record of World Events (Keesing's Worldwide, LLC) 33: 35020.  External links Text of Resolution at UN.org (PDF) Wikisource has original text related to this article: United Nations Security Council Resolution 587 v · d · eUnited Nations Security Council resolutions adopted in 1986 ← 581 · 582 · 583 · 584 · 585 · 586 · 587 · 588 · 589 · 590 · 591 · 592 · 593 →