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eluding his parents, who had
perished in the Holocaust.
In the months leading up to
Israel's Declaration of In-
dependence, the provisional
government came under
great pressure to postpone
what seemed to be the in-
evitable — the announcement
of statehood. The United
States, one of the key interna-
tional players in the debate,
proposed an international
trusteeship for. Palestine. This
proposal did not go down well
in Tel Aviv.
In common with most
members of the embryonic
Jewish government, Kol
believed that the state should
be declared, even if the
United States was not on its
side. He had supported the
1947 United Nations parti-
tion plan, which called for the
division of Palestine into a
Jewish and an Arab state,
with an international enclave
in Jerusalem, and now he had
no intention of retreating
from that position.
"I believed in territorial
compromise with the Arabs,"
he said. "And Ben-Gurion
knew he couldn't get all of
Eretz Yisrael as a Jewish
state."
Kol realized that Arab ar-
mies would invade Palestine
if the provisional government
declared statehood. But he
was prepared to face the
storm. "We knew there would
be a serious war. We knew
that very well. I believed that
we would succeed in repelling
the Arab attack, but that we
would have to pay a heavy
price," he said.
Kol's assessment of the
situation was that the Jews of
Palestine had reached a
historic moment that "we
could not miss?' The Soviet
Union, traditionally opposed
to Zionism, had come out in
favor of Jewish sovereignty.
And the United States, after
having toyed with the idea of
a United Nations trusteeship,
had finaly assented to Israeli
statehood as well.
For the first time since the
end of World War II, the
superpowers were in total
agreement on a major global
issue.

A glance at the Declaration
of Independence reveals a
glaring omission: Chaim
Weizmann's name is missing.
Weizmann, the would-be
president of Israel and the
driving force behind the 1917
Balfour Declaration, was not-
in Tel Aviv when it was
signed.
Several days before that oc-
casion, Ben-Gurion had
dispatched Zionism's elder
statesman to Washington.

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