UNESCO: No connection between Temple Mount and Judaism

By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 13, 2016 16:45
Temple Mount

The Temple Mount in Jerusalem . (photo credit: JACK BROOK)

 
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UNESCO has passed a Palestinian initiated resolutions that ignores Jewish ties to its most holy religious sites: the Temple Mount and the Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem.

The first of two votes was held on Thursday by the 58-member Executive Board of the United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization in Paris.

In advance of that vote, Israel’s Mission to UNESCO in Paris, had given board members and international diplomats a brochure detailing the deep historical connections Judaism has to those sites, which are also holy to Christianity and Islam.

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