The treaty was designed by the President of the Parliament, Hussein El-Husseini, and negotiated in Ta`if, Saudi Arabia, by the surviving members of the 1972 Lebanese parliament.  The agreement came into force with active mediation by Saudi Arabia, the discreet participation of the United States and the influence behind the scenes of Syria.  These terms and conditions of use represent the entirety of the agreement between you and TA Associates regarding your use of the Site and replace all previous agreements between you and TA Associates regarding your use of the site. If any of these terms and conditions are considered invalid, null or void, this clause or condition is deemed dissociable and does not affect the validity or applicability of the other terms. If TA Associates does not understand or apply the provisions of these Terms and Conditions, this will not be construed as a waiver of this provision or any of these terms and conditions. They accept that claims or means arising from or related to the use of the site or these terms and conditions of sale must be introduced or excluded forever, regardless of one (1) year after the termination of such a right or means. A printed version of this agreement and any electronic communication is permitted in the context of a judicial or administrative proceeding based on or relating to this agreement, to the same extent and under the same conditions as other commercial documents and records originally established and kept on paper. The section titles in these terms and conditions of sale are only simple and have no legal or contractual effect. You can be informed by email or mail. The website may also provide you with information about changes to these Terms and Conditions or other issues by posting notices or links to notices in general on the website.
The agreement provided for the withdrawal of all Syrian troops from the Beqaa Valley for up to two years, but did not provide a timetable for their total withdrawal from the country. This failure allowed the Syrian Arab Army to occupy the Beqaa for the next 15 years and dominate political life during the same period, until it withdrew completely in March 2005, after the Cedar Revolution and UN Resolution 1559.