Netanyahu: 'Theater of the absurd' continues at UNESCO

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October 26, 2016 18:54

 
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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lashed out at UNESCO Wednesday evening following a controversial vote passed by the body that omits Jewish and Christian ties to the Temple Mount and Western Wall.

"The theater of the absurd continues and I have decides to recall our (UNESCO) ambassador back to Israel and we will now decide what are next step will be," the premier said in a statement.


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