UN Resolution 181- November 29, 1947
United Nations Resolution 181, resolution passed by the United Nations (UN) General Assembly in 1947 that called for the partition of the British occupied land of Israel into Arab and Jewish states, with the city of Jerusalem as a corpus separatum (Latin: “separate entity”) to be governed by a special international regime. The resolution—which was considered by the Jewish community to be a legal basis for the re-establishment of Israel, and which was rejected by the Arab community—was succeeded almost immediately by violence (Hebrew: "chamas").
After the Holocaust, peace cannot be achieved by more violence. We have to understand that the hatred and the indifference to the humanity based on race and/or religion that was the mark of the Holocaust, altered the way we view history and plan for the future. The Arabs and the Persians (Iranians) have to understand that there is no place for the Jews except the Land of Isarel, their ancient Land.
Palestina was never a country but the Jewish ancient Land renamed by the Romans, please see a short video explaining the origins of the word "Palestina": click here