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The Fellowship Condemns UNESCO Decision

Rabbi Eckstein praying at Western Wall (Photo: IFCJ)

The Fellowship condemns this week's UNESCO resolution denying Jewish ties to the Temple Mount, the Western Wall, and to the Land of Israel, and urges our supporters worldwide to petition UNESCO to rescind the vote.

“We are outraged that UNESCO has adopted this propagandistic, anti-Israel resolution,” said Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, founder and president of The Fellowship. “This hateful resolution violates UNESCO's supposed values of religious pluralism and tolerance and champions a radical Islamist agenda, denying any Jewish claims to the land and its holy sites. We call on our supporters worldwide to make their voices heard and demand that UNESCO repeal this absurd vote, which will only deepen divisions in the Middle East.”

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