Post-UNESCO blues: Whither interfaith...

Post-UNESCO blues: Whither interfaith meetings?

There are 2 comments on the The Jewish Journal story from Oct 24, 2016, titled Post-UNESCO blues: Whither interfaith meetings?. In it, The Jewish Journal reports that:

During the festival of Sukkot, UNESCO passed a resolution disconnecting Jews from their holiest site, the Har Habait, or Temple Mount. Despite the resolution, some 70,000 Jews thronged to the Western Wall for the Priestly Blessing as they did 2000 years ago.

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naman

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#1 Oct 24, 2016
It seems that the UNESCO either did not complete their primary school, or is political and not true to truth.
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#2 Oct 25, 2016
naman wrote:
It seems that the UNESCO either did not complete their primary school, or is political and not true to truth.
1000+ Mistakes in the Quran
It is political because the majority are either from Islamic countries or are persuaded to vote in favor of Islam = Palestinians.

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