Earlier, mortar shells were fired into Israeli territory in apparent spillover from Syria war.12:12 13.10.15 | 3 comments
The British tried to make Israel's membership contingent, but were voted down. The Arab states attempted to draw Israel's acceptance out endlessly through and unprecedented series of special sessions by ad hoc committees. It was at one of these sessions that Eban responded to the interrogations with the Government of Israel's position on Resolution 194, and that Israel intended to work for a peaceful solution, which Israel did by participating in the reconciliation commission mandated under Resolution 194. Nowhere did Eban agree to the refugees right of return or to making Israel's membership in the UN contingent, and the UN GA did not make any such condition on Israel's membership in the organization. You are simply wrong in this assertion that you continually make.