High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles The Israel-Syria Mixed
Armistice Commission (ISMAC) was the United Nations commission for
observing the armistice between Israel and Syria after the 1948
Arab-Israeli War, as part of the Mixed Armistice Commissions (MAC).
The fourth and last truce agreement, the 1949 Armistice Agreement,
was signed between Israel and Syria on July 20, 1949 on Hill 232
near Mahanayim, ending the formal conflict in the former British
Mandate of Palestine. The Israeli side was represented by
Lieutenant Colonel Mordehai Maklef, Yehoshua Penman and Shabtai
Rosenne, and the Syrian side by Colonel Fawzi Selo,
Lieutenant-Colonel Mohamed Nasser and Captain Afif Sizri on behalf
of Syria. While the armistice agreements with Syria concluded the
1948 Arab-Israeli War, they did not mark the end of the
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