The Arab League is formed with a primary goal of stopping the development of the Jewish national home. British and American policymakers seek ways to foster immediate immigration of 100,000 displaced European Jews; ideas for a bi-national state in Palestine with a Jewish and an Arab province under the trusteeship of Britain or the United Nations are rejected. The London Conference fails to reconcile Jews and Arabs; Jews insist on a state of their own while Arabs seek a unitary state with a majority Arab government.