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    "The partial destruction of the ancient Anthedon Harbor—which includes the ruins of a Roman temple and archaeological remains from the Persian, Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine eras—comes exactly one year after the area was nominated by new UNESCO member state Palestine as a World Heritage site."

    http://blog.unwatch.org/index.php/20...training-camp/
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    Yeah, I posted this in the Isra/Pal thread.

    The 'palestinians' lobbied the UN to become part of UNESCO. They were admitted to large fanfare amongst their supporters - despite the fact they have a history of ransacking historical sites (mainly Jewish ones)

    So now after the UN lets them be part of UNESCO, the 'palestinians' thank them by bulldozing UNESCO heritage sites.

    The 'palestinians' never fail to surprise me just how depraved their acts can be.

    But they can get away with anything, as they know they can count on the European left wing apologists for support.
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    Interesting that as the 'palestinians' bulldoze heritage sites, the BBC somehow finds a way to blame Israel for protecting heritage sites in Judea & Samaria (west bank)

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world/


    You couldn't make it up.
 
 
 
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