The Temple Mount and UNESCO

UNESCO, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, is known throughout the world for the many places it designates as World Heritage Sites. There are more than one thousand of these, distributed unequally in many countries, with Italy at the top, followed by China.

The largest single category of sites consists of religious sites, categorized under the heading of cultural locations (as distinct from natural ones). Within this category, UNESCO has carried out many dialogues with communities in order to ensure that religious sensitivities are acknowledged and guaranteed. UNESCO has undertaken many measures in this field.

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  • Norman_In_New_York

    If UNESCO won’t get its shit together, then it’s time for Israel to withdraw from the UN and shut down all UN operations within its jurisdiction.

    • Surele Surele

      long overdue, and not only for Israel.

  • Surele Surele

    should I, or shouldn’t I? oh, well I will. How many ‘palestinians’ were present at Jesus Christ’s crucifixion?

    • Minicapt

      Jesus wasn’t the Christ, and he was never crucified. Thus the question is meaningless.

      Cheers

      • Surele Surele

        This was not my point, actually. The New Testament was written in what, the first half of the first century or about. Palestinians claim that they are the indigenous people of the region. Wouldn’t the New Testament mention something about their presence?

        • Minicapt

          They do, via the collection of tribes living near the Jordan River, such as the Nabateans. These tribes had themselves absorbed into the Arab family of tribes during the period after AD300 or so, and thus established the framework for a ‘Palestinian people’.
          Unfortunately, the Arabs apparently were loathe to take possession of the Land, until the Jews of Europe moved in and made the land worth something.

          This covers some of the ground: https://www.amazon.ca/Time-Immemorial-Arab-Jewish-Conflict-Palestine/dp/0963624202/ref=sr_1_1

          Cheers

          • Daviddowntown

            So your a Jew hater.

          • Minicapt

            Slow/no comprehension today?

            Cheers

          • Daviddowntown

            Your sarcasm means nothing to me. Your a mendacious asshole.

          • Minicapt

            Have a nice evening.

            Cheers

          • Justin St.Denis

            It sure sounds like one. It’s not too big on Christianity either, it would seem. Never had much use for this kind of hit-and-run provocateur. Jihadi tactics don’t impress me much, be they of the splody or intellectual coward sort…..

          • vwVwwVwv

            Arabs are from Arabia, aniwhere else they are Occupiers.

        • Alain

          They were not present because they did not exist. There has never been a Palestinian people. The Jews living there were called Palestinian during the British mandate, but that was non sense also. Anyone interested in learning how this invention came about would do well to read “From Time Immemorial” by Joan Peters.

  • Justin St.Denis

    “Palestinians” do not pre-date 1965 or so….

    • Alain

      The use of the label “Palestinian” for the Arabs was a KGB fabrication sold to Arafat.

      • vwVwwVwv

        Arafat was introduced by Nasser and Nassser was handpicked by the KGB, the term was discovered as vacant and used as weapon
        by political hacks from the patrice lumumba university
        of moscow, on the crossing of the lenin and
        the michaklamaklai prospects.

        the term Palestinian (hadrians rebranding of jews two millenia bac)
        was missused for arabs in moscow.
        palestine was born in
        moscows politbyro and by the way ARAFAT was EGYPTIAN
        born in KAIRO.

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