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UN: Western Wall Is Not Jewish

Jewish man holds Israeli flag at Western Wall (Photo: flickr/israelphotogallery)

The United Nations has long shown its bias against Israel, much of it recently being focused on the Western Wall. Now, Arutz Sheva's Nitsan Keidar reports that UNESCO is set to pass a measure that portrays the Kotel (Western Wall) as solely a Muslim holy site:

Half a year after the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) accepted an initial resolution denying the Temple Mount’s place in Jewish history and the Jewish faith, the UN body is expected to pass another measure on Thursday portraying the Western Wall as a Muslim holy site.

In a recent UNESCO meeting, Arab states and the Palestinian Authority have pushed a new resolution, explicitly describing the Temple Mount as an exclusively Muslim holy site, referring to the site of both ancient Jewish temples by its Arabic name: Haram a-Sharif.

This time, however, the proposed UNESCO resolution also touches upon the Western Wall that surrounds the Temple Mount. Like the Temple Mount, the Western Wall is also referred to by the Arabic name, with the Hebrew name included in brackets.

Israeli diplomats called the move an attempt to discredit the ancient Jewish connection to the Western Wall in the eyes of the international community...

Stand for Israel by telling the U.N. they have no right to steal the Jewish state's biblical heritage!

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