The British carved out of Mandatory Palestine about 70 % of the territory and created the (artificial) Kingdom of Transjordan which they gave to the the grandfather of the present king. The League of Nations were silent. The British then continued to administer the remaining territory in a manner which was both hostile to the Jews, favourable to the Arabs - and in clear breach of their mandate. Jews who they deemed to be terrorists were imprisoned and often executed. Since there was no Jewish State at that time, it could hardly be accused of attacking another member of the UN. There was no such entity as "The Palestinain People"in respect of Arabs. If the term was used at all it always referred to Jews. Your ignorance and attempts at sarcasm are pathetic!
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