While this sounds good, it is baseless when it comes to the historical record. In the first place, "State" is capitalized in the original resolution. Second, the notion of the founding of a "Jewish" state at the UN, was plain on its face, and part of common parlance at the time (just as the notion of a Polish state, a French state, a Turkish state, etc).
Suspected Islamist militants attack Mali UN base, several dead (Reuters)
from the article: The real threat to Israel's Jewish character
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