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PM Netanyahu Comments on the UNESCO Decision

Thursday, October 13, 2016 15:17
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PM Netanyahu Comments on the UNESCO Decision
(Communicated by the Prime Minister’s Media Adviser)

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, today (Thursday, 13 October 2016), at a
meeting of the Bible Study Circle, at the Prime Minister’s Residence in
Jerusalem, commented on the UNESCO decision:

“The UNESCO theater of the absurd continues.

Today that organization adopted another delusional decision stating that the
Jewish People have no connection to the Temple Mount or the Western Wall.
Even if they do not read the Bible, I would suggest that UNESCO members
visit the Arch of Titus in Rome. On it one can see what the Romans brought
back to Rome after they destroyed and looted the Second Temple on the Temple
Mount 2,000 years ago. There, engraved on the Arch of Titus, is the
seven-branched menorah that is the symbol of the Jewish People and, I remind
you, is also the symbol of the Jewish state today. Soon, UNESCO will say
that the Emperor Titus engaged in Zionist propaganda.

To say that Israel has no connection to the Temple Mount and the Western
Wall is like saying that China has no connection to the Great Wall of China
or that Egypt has no connection to the pyramids. By this absurd decision,
UNESCO has lost what little legitimacy it had left.

But I believe that historical truth is stronger and that truth will prevail.
And today we are dealing with the truth.”


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