In 1948 what was Palestine was land was legally under control of the British Empire and they decided how to dispose of it. The British made the decision they wanted out because Palestine because it was to much trouble than it was worth so in the end they decided to hand it over to the UN to decide and the UN who then in 1947 worked out the partition plan idea and put it to a vote. With Judea & Samaria the occupying power hasn't decided they want to pack their bags and leave it wants a piece of land and its enemy wants the same piece of land so you can't just hand it over to the UN to decide. If we left it to the UN to decide the future they would probably decide to give the arabs the 49% of Palestine they offered in 1947 rather than the last 22% of mandate Palestine which Israel captured in 1967. The situation today is different the only thing thats remained unchanged is the land we are all willing to fight over.
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