United Nations Partition Plan


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  • United Nations Special Committee on Palestine — (UNSCOP)    Unable to satisfy the conflicting views of the Arab and Jewish communities of Palestine and to ensure public safety because of the conflicts between them and faced with the heavy burden entailed in retaining the Palestine mandate… …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

  • United Nations Palestine Commission —    Shortly after the Palestine Partition Plan vote of November 1947, the United Nations established a Palestine Commission to effect the transfer from the mandatory power to the proposed Arab and Jewish states …   Historical Dictionary of Israel

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