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With a long history of anti-Israel bias, UNESCO is once again obsessed with Israel as it votes on a resolution denying the Jewish people’s connection to the Western Wall and the Temple Mount.  

The UN’s cultural arm UNESCO has passed a resolution that that denies the millennia-old connection of Jerusalem, including the Western Wall and the Temple Mount, to the Jewish people.

Twenty-four countries voted in favor, six against and 26 abstained from the vote.

The resolution reportedly refers to the Temple Mount several times as Al-Haram Al-Sharif, the Islamic term for the Temple Mount, without mentioning that it is the holiest site in Judaism. It also uses the term Buraq Plaza, placing Western Wall Plaza in quotes, appearing to deny a Jewish connection to the site.

In April, UNESCO approved a resolution denying Jewish historical ties to the Temple Mount.

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