In the Resolution, you'll read this:
Those two sites are definitely not "Palestinian".
They are, if anything, Jewish.
As I have written up previously, (here; here) Islam does a sort of reverse retro on history, especially Jewish history. What was ours becomes theirs.
And so, the Cave of the Patriarchs and Rachel's Tomb become
sites...[which] are an integral part of the Occupied Palestinian Territory, and the conviction affirmed by the international community that the two sites are of religious significance for Judaism, Christianity and Islam;
and Eretz-Yisrael, the historic homeland of the Jews, to be, as the League of Nations decided, the Jewish "reconstitut[ed] national home", is purged out of memory and existence.
And in paragraph 3, you'll learn that
nothing in the current decision, which aims, inter alia, at the safeguarding of the cultural heritage of Palestine
But when Jordan was occupying Jerusalem, the character of the city was very much changed and altered: dozens of synagogues destroyed, tens of thousands of graves desecrated, Jewish religious rights, including those in the signed Armistice Agreement, were violated.
UNESCO forgot about all that.
Let's forget about UNESCO.