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Middle East 2024 & 1947 Issues

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RESPECTFULLY ADDRESSED TO THE UNITED NATIONS GENERAL ASSEMBLY

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HIS EXCELLENCY, SECRETARY GENERAL ANTONIO GUTERRES, ESQ

The United Nations Acknowledged The Partition Of Palestine In 1947

"The plan for the partition of Palestine with economic union was adopted by the General Assembly in its resolution 181 (II) of 29 November 1947.2/  By this resolution, a United Nations Commission on Palestine was set up to which the administration of Palestine was to be progressively turned over as the Mandatory Power progressively withdrew its armed forces, and different organs of the United Nations were charged with the responsibility of taking action on those aspects of the plan which came within the scope of their functions and activities.  Thus, the Security Council was requested to take the necessary measures for the implementation of the plan, including steps, if required, under Chapter VII of the Charter, to strengthen the implementation provisions.  The Trusteeship Council was asked to formulate a statute for the City of Jerusalem, while the Economic and Social Council was required to nominate three non-Palestinian members to the Joint Economic Board, by which the economic union of the Arab State, the Jewish State and the City of Jerusalem was to be administered."

SO, WHERE IS THE UN INTEGRITY (?) - THE UN CHARTER, CHAPTER VII PREVAILS

"Next follows a section on the work of the Security Council pursuant to the Assembly resolution of 29 November 1947.  From September to December 1948, the Council was principally concerned with the military phase of the Palestine question.  During 1949, the Security Council action on Palestine related largely to the general armistice agreements between Israel, on the one hand, and Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan and Syria, on the other, and with the problems involved in their implementation under United Nations supervision."

"The First Committee's draft resolution, as amended, was then adopted by a roll-call vote of 35 to 15, with 8 abstentions, as follows:

In favour:  Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Denmark, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Ethiopia, France, Greece, Haiti, Honduras, Iceland, Liberia, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Nicaragua, Norway, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Philippines, Siam, Sweden, Turkey, Union of South Africa, United Kingdom, United States, Uruguay, Venezuela.

Against:  Afghanistan, Byelorussian SSR, Cuba, Czechoslovakia, Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Pakistan, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Syria, Ukrainian SSR, USSR, Yemen, Yugoslavia.

Abstentions:  Bolivia, Burma, Chile, Costa Rica, Guatemala, India, Iran, Mexico."

"Action of the Security Council"

"The action taken by the Security Council on the Palestine question during the period under review can be divided into two parts.  The first part relates to the military phase of the question and includes such matters as complaints of truce violations, truce supervision, observance of the extent to which the interested parties complied with the Council's orders regarding cease-fire, and instructions to negotiate armistice agreements.  This action is covered by the Security Council's resolutions of 19 October (S/1044), 4 November (S/1070), 16 November (S/1080) and 29 December 1948 (S/1169)"

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