B: "The UN 1948 partition resolution called for creation of two states- for Jewish people and for Arabs." The first part is true - it called for two states - but the second part is false. It refers to "a Jewish state" and "an Arab state" in purely descriptive terms, and it is CLEARLY treating both states as equals i.e. the "a Jewish state" merely meant "the state with more Jews that Arabs" while "an Arab state" merely described "the state with more Arabs than Jews". After all, it wasn't up to the UN to **name** those two states, but it did need a nice shorthand way of distinguishing one from the other in the text.
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from the article: Erekat: No unilateral declaration of Palestinian state