Contrary to those who believed that the return of the state/nation/kingdom of Israel in the 20th century was either prophesied in the bible, or manifested by the Hand of God, the truth of the matter is that the creation of the Jewish state was a facilitated action administered by the United Nations in 1947.
United Nations Resolution 181, resolution passed by the United Nations (UN) General Assembly in 1947 that called for the partition of Palestine 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 in Palestine to be a legal basis for the establishment of Israel, and which was rejected by the Arab community—was succeeded almost immediately by violence. - Encyclopedia BrittaniaAnd this division would last just 20 years until Israel seized the Arab portion of Palestine during the six day war when they claimed justification due to Jordan, who was helping to oversee the Palestinian Arab side of the partition, chose to attack the Jewish state.
But for those who have studied history, the creation of Israel in 1947 as a sovereign nation goes much further back, and stemmed from a political movement schemed up by the Rothschilds through their organization known as Zionism.
In fact there is an argument to be made that World War I was in part engineered by the Rothschilds to destroy the Ottoman Empire, which at the time had dominion over Palestine and the surrounding areas.
Fast forward to Dec. 24 (Christmas Eve)...
For the first time in recent memory the United States suddenly and without warning abstained from a United Nations vote regarding the state of Israel. And this failure to issue a veto has now culminated in the UN officially condemning the Jewish settlements long built in the territories originally designated to the Arab's (Palestinians), and opens the door for further sanctions unless they either cease and desist building, or remove their occupation altogether.
The United States on Friday allowed a UN Security Council resolution condemning Israeli settlement construction to be adopted, defying extraordinary pressure from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's government in alliance with President-elect Donald Trump.
The Security Council approved the resolution with 14 votes, with the US abstaining. There was applause in the chamber following the vote, which represented perhaps the final bitter chapter in the years of antagonism between President Barack Obama's administration and Netanyahu's government.
The Palestinians were delighted by their rare diplomatic coup.
"This is a victory for the people and for the cause, and it opens doors wide for the demand of sanctions on settlements," said Mustafa Barghouti, a Palestinian leader. - CNN