Recalling un general Assembly Resolution No. 181, which was the first resolution with a plan for the peaceful partition of the Holy Land, Noting with displeasure



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Committee: Ad Hoc Political and Security

Subject: Establishing a Peaceful Solution to the Israel-Palestine Conflict



Sponsor: Japan
Recalling UN General Assembly Resolution No. 181, which was the first resolution with a plan for the peaceful partition of the Holy Land,
Noting with displeasure that this resolution was not carried into force at the time of its passage,
Mindful that the Holy Land is sacred to the three major religions of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam,
Concerned with the ongoing dispute between the State of Israel and State of Palestine,
Cognizant of the multitude of resolutions, peace conferences, and other attempts at creating peace in the Holy Land,
Seeking a permanent, peaceful solution to this delicate conflict, while keeping in mind the religious undertones,


  1. Affirms the creation of the State of Israel, which shall have borders based on the 1967 boundaries, with the exception of the western portion of the City of Jerusalem,




  1. Recognises the State of Palestine, which shall have borders based on the 1967 boundaries, with the exception of the eastern portion of the City of Jerusalem and the Golan Heights,




  1. Grants the State of Palestine all of the rights and responsibilities of a full UN Member State,




  1. Recognises the State of Jerusalem, which shall consist of the territory ceded by the States of Israel and Palestine in Operative Clauses 1 and 2 of this resolution,




  1. Grants the State of Jerusalem all of the rights and responsibilities of a full UN Member State,




  1. Declares that no state other than the State of Jerusalem may claim the Jerusalem as their territory, capital, or seat of government,




  1. Orders that the government of the State of Jerusalem shall have no official religion, and shall be secular in all areas in which religious favoritism could be expresses,

  2. Orders that the UN Security Council appoint one ex officio member of the legislature of the State of Jerusalem,




  1. Requests that the State of Israel and the State of Palestine ratify this plan in accordance with their respective constitutional mechanisms,




  1. Authorizes the creation of the United Nations High Commission for the Middle East (UNHCME), which shall have the power to enforce the provisions of this resolution, and shall consist of three members appointed by the State of Israel, three appointed by the State of Palestine, three appointed by the State of Jerusalem and three appointed by the General Assembly.


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