UNSCOPUnited Nations Special Committee On Palestine
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In September 1947, UNSCOP issued its recommendations.
[22.] UNSCOP, Report to the General Assembly, A/364 (1947), [https://unispal.un.Org/DPA/DPR/unispal.nsf/0/07175DE9FA2DE56 3852568D3006E10F3], October 16, 2018.
The UNSCOP is viewed as a third, and probably the most fundamental, crossroad of Jewish-Arab relations during the Mandate period.
In four months' time, UNSCOP galvanized public attention.
In April 1947, the United Nations set up a Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP) in order to deal with the question of Palestine through the investigation and the drawing up of recommendations for consideration by the UN.
The Arab Higher Committee decided to boycott the UNSCOP, which led Cattan to observe:
The United Nations established an eleven-member Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP), which reported to the United Nations General Assembly in August 1947.
The United Nations' Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP) recommended the division of Palestine.
It was subsequently referred to the United Nations Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP), which ultimately recommended the partition of Palestine into separate Arab and Jewish states.
Ad Hoc Committee, Sub Committee 2's report [Official Records of the 2nd session of the General Assembly, 1947, Supplement No.11] to study alternative proposals to UNSCOP plans.
The United Nations set up a Special Committee on Palestine (UNSCOP) of eleven "neutral" nations: Australia, Canada, Czechoslovakia, Guatemala, India, Iran, the Netherlands, Peru, Sweden, Uruguay, and Yugoslavia.