Resoluyion 242 Section 1) subsection i)
Withdrawl of Israel armed forces from terretories occupied in recent conflict
Since this resoulution was put forward in 1967 it means Israel must withdraw from all of the west bank, Gaza and Golan Hights. No where in the resolution it says land for peace or peace before land.
Resolution 242: ods-dds-ny.un.org/doc/RESOLUT...df?OpenElement (external - login to view)
338 is not involved with refugees.
Resolution 194 - UN establishes right of return of Palestinians
Based on a draft resolution presented by Great Britain, the General Assembly on 11 December 1948 passed resolution 194 (III) which, in paragraph 11, categorically declared:
"... that the refugees wishing to return to their homes and live at peace with their nieghbours should be permitted to do so at the earliest practicable date, and that compensation should be paid for the property of those choosing not to return and for loss of or damage to property which, under principles of international law or in equity, should be made good." Annex II - (Text of Resolution 194 (III) at Annex II).
This resolution also established the Conciliation Commission for Palestine, instructing it "to facilitate the repatriation, resettlement and economic and social rehabilitation of the refugees and the payment of compensation".
The element of compensation for property abandoned by those who chose not to return, or for loss or damage to property of those returning, formed an essential component of the right of return. The Conciliation Commission for Palestine (CCP) gave the following interpretation of this provision of paragraph 11 of Resolution 194 (III).
"The General Assembly had laid down the principle of the right of the refugees to exercise a free choice between returning to their homes and being compensated for the loss of or damage to their property on the one hand, or, on the other, of not returning to their homes and being adequately compensated for the value of the property abandoned by them. A corollary principle emerged from the latter alternative, namely, that the refugees choosing not to return to their homes would be entitled to resettlement elsewhere, as indicated by the Mediator in his report. These principles applied equally to Arab refugees who had fled from Israel-controlled territory and to Jewish refugees who had left Arab-occupied territory in the course of the fighting in Palestine. It followed, in the Commission's opinion, that the question of compensation was an integral part of the solution of the refugee problem based on the alternatives of repatriation or resettlement as envisaged by the General Assembly. The payment of indemnities to repatriated refugees for loss of or damage to their property was a question of considerable legal complication which the Commission considered unnecessary to enter into in detail until after repatriation became a practical prospect". 7/
This basic resolution established the right of return three decades ago, and the General Assembly has reiterated it in virtually every session since then (list of relevant revolutions at Annex III). In every resolution reiterating the right of return, the Assembly has declared that it:
"... Notes with deep regret that repatriation or compensation of the refugees as provided for in paragraph 11 of General Assembly Resolution 194 (III) has not been effected..."
It is important to note that the right of return was established with the sole qualification that they "live at peace with their neighbours".
In establishing the UN Relief and Works Agency for the Palestine Refugees (UNRWA) in 1949, and in prolonging its mandate, the General Assembly consistently specified that the financing and activities of UNRWA were without prejudice to the right of return established by Resolution 194 (III).
Following the 1967 War new UN resolutions called for the return of the Palestinian refugees. In 1967, Security Council resolutions, considered binding on all member states, required Israel to undertake obligations to cooperate in the return of the second wave of Palestinian refugees to their homes. Resolution 237 of 14 June 1967, endorsed by the General Assembly, in its Resolution 2252 (BS-V) of 4 July 1967, declared:
"... that essential and inalienable human rights should be respected even during the vicissitudes of war...
"Calls upon the Government of Israel... to facilitate the return of those inhabitants who have fled the areas since the outbreak of hostilities".
Resolution 242 of 11 November 1967 called "for achieving a just settlement of the refugee problem."
Thus all member states of the U.N., in particular Israel which is in occupation of the territories from which Palestinians have been exiled, are under obligation to facilitate the return of Palestinians to their homes.
The UN however, so far has been unable to secure Israel's acknowledgment of the right of return, and therefore, the Palestinian people have not been able to exercise this fundamental right.
As you can see, you numbers, figures, facts are totally wrong.