Howdy Marlene; The declaration that UNGARs 181 and 194 are moot today should be obvious. Although acceptance of these General Assembly Resolutions was required by Israel before her admittance to the UN, she did so and was admitted. It was the Palestinians who never accepted the provisions contained in those UNGARs which pertained to them. In any case, Israel does exist, is recognized as a sovereign state by 90% of the countries in the world, and her membership in the UN cannot be rescinded just because UNGAR 181 is obsolete. UNGARs are nonbinding and unenforceable. International law grows and evolves as the situation changes. UNSCRs take precedence over UNGARs just like federal law takes precedence over state law and more recent UNSCRs take precedence over older ones. Otherwise, slavery would still be permitted and executions by impalement or crucifixion would still be standard.
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