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The government in Gaza was in essence a chimera with no political or military power and was not taken seriously by any of the parties to the conflict. Also during the second Berry 01 chaps 34 9/8/06 10:09:47 Israel and Palestine 35 truce Count Bernadotte put forward another proposal for settling the conflict. Territorially it was similar to his previous proposal, although Jerusalem would fall under UN control, and the Palestinians would decide their own political fate in consultation with other Arab states.
The resolution called for the ‘withdrawal of Israeli armed forces from territories occupied in the recent conflict’ in line with the principle ‘emphasise[d]’ in the preambular paragraph of the ‘inadmissibility of the acquisition of territory by war’. It also ‘emphasised’ the ‘need to work for a just and lasting peace in which every State in the area can live in security’ as well as a ‘just settlement of the refugee problem’ and the establishment of navigation rights. Egypt and Jordan agreed to Resolution 242 while Syria rejected it.
Another explanation that has been cited as a motivation for Israel’s decision involved a desire to expand the boundaries of the state. Proponents of this view point to comments made by the Israeli commander Yigal Allon on the eve of the 1967 war that ‘in the case of a new war’ Israel must seek as a central Berry 01 chaps 47 9/8/06 10:09:48 48 Mike Berry & Greg Philo aim ‘the territorial fulfilment of the land of Israel’ (cited in Finkelstein, 2001: 143). There is evidence since the 1950s in the writings of David Ben-Gurion and other Israeli leaders that there had been a desire to expand Israel to incorporate all of Jerusalem and the West Bank.