Supporting the construction by Israel of a security fence to prevent Palestinian terrorist attacks and condemning the decision by the UNGA to request the ICJ to render an opinion on the legality of the security fence. Refers to the security barrier as a “necessary and proportional response” to Palestinian “terrorism”; cites the utility of the security barrier erected around the Gaza Strip in 1996 in reducing attacks on Israel; states that UN Resolutions 242 and 338 grant Israel the right to ‘recognized and secure boundaries’; and states the upcoming ICJ ruling will violate the Oslo Accords that lay out direct negotiations between the parties as the means to resolve all disputes.
See also: similar measures H. Res. 713 on 7/13/04; S. res. 408 on 7/20/04.