Wednesday, October 26, 2016

UNESCO to disregard Jews and Christians at Jersusalem Wall

It just doesn’t end. UNESCO (United Nations institution) is back at it again, with its World Heritage Committee set to hold a vote to completely disregard Jews and Christians historical connection to the “The Old City of Jerusalem and its Wall.”

The declaration, which was initially submitted by Algeria, Egypt, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Qatar, and Sudan, officially claims those sites as the “Cultural Heritage of Palestine.” In doing so, it disavows Jerusalem’s historical and religious connection with both Judaism and Christianity, says Fox News Opinion..

This decision follows last week’s UNESCO resolution that denies Jews and Christians ties to its holiest sites in Jerusalem, which already sets a dangerous precedent by the international community of attempting to rewrite history and distort facts. Further, it dangerously injects a religious dimension into the long-standing conflict between Israel and the Palestinians. This is not to be taken lightly, as UNESCO seeks to rewrite not only the Jewish bible but also Christianity.

Immediately following last week’s UNESCO vote, Prime Minister Netanyahu posted this message on his Facebook page.


1 comment:

Anonymous said...

HOW SAD! unesco sucks!