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    • Ron
    • 10.01.10 | 02:38 (IST)

    You are quite arrogant for someone who has only a vague understanding of the subject, and who is apparently unable to stay on the subject. UN 181 was a GA resolution, but when it passed it was referred to the Security Council to determine if during the transitional period the situation in Palestine constituted a threat to peace, and, if so, whether the SC should supplement the authorization of the GA by taking measures under articles 39 and 41 of the charter. The SC did so invoking article 39 to stop any attempt to alter by force the resolution. It is irrelevant that Arabs rejected the resolution. Israel did not. On 14 May 1948, when Israel declared statehood under UN resolution 181 it declared that sovereignty within precisely delineated borders as spelled out in meticulous detail in Part II of the resolution. UN 181 was activated when Israel declared statehood. I did not mention international law, so your comments on that subject are not relevant

    from the article: Israel: Palestinians to blame for stalled peace talks
    First published 21:50 08.01.10 | Last updated 20:28 19.01.10
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