Nowhere in Israel`s Declaration of Independence is there any mention of borders. A letter, dated May 14, 1948 by Eliahu Epstein, Agent of the Provisional Government of Israel to the President of the United States reads as follows: My dear Mr. President: I have the honor to notify you that the state of Israel has been proclaimed as an independent republic within frontiers approved by the General Assembly of the United Nations in its Resolution of November 29, 1947... In response, Truman approved to recognize not the new Jewish state as drafted but changed the recognition in handwriting into the State of Israel.
UN agency warns school may be delayed for Palestinian refugees due to lack of funding (AP)
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