I'm sure the thought of 5 million Arabs all trying to cram themselves into Israel has you quaking in your shoes. Don't know why, because Paragraph 11 has a perfectly adequate prevarication at the beginning: "Resolves that the refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their neighbours..." Note the rider in that statement? Well, how *do* you determine that a willing returnee also agrees to "live at peace with their neighbours"? Why, agree on a test, of course. Negotiate with the Saudis on an mutually acceptible - but very, very stringent - test that the applicant must pass before EVERYONE agrees this person wishes to "live at peace with their neighbours". Coz that is exactly the sort of "out" the Saudis are offering when they talk about a "just solution" to the refugee problem. If they all - Arab and Jew alike - agree that this solution is "just" then P11 of Resl 194 is met, and you can go back to sleeping soundly at night.
Red Cross: Scale of sexual violence in South Sudan is unprecedented (Reuters)
from the article: Arab leaders rule out amending Saudi proposal