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https://aclj.org/israel/the-united-nations-tries-to-eradicate-jewish-history

 

Seems credible enough

 

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle_east/unesco-to-vote-on-new-controversial-report-on-jerusalem/2016/10/26/8e930164-9b4f-11e6-b552-b1f85e484086_story.html

 

I have to admit I see more and more of this catering to the radical islamic groups in the hopes of achieving some sort of peace. Sure, we'll all pretend the Temple Mount is mainly a holy site for muslims (who, by happenstance, pray with their butts facing the dome of the rock, Al-Aqsa mosque and the place where the Most Holy stood when they are between them and Meccah) if you just stop bombing everybody to pieces.

 

But radical muslims will not rest until the world is devoted to Allah and their false prophet, so there will never be peace, and we know that in the end the United Nations will realize this appeasement   policy is futile and decide to obliterate religion altogether. The fact is, that there have always been groups propagating this interest ever since the United Nations was founded, but the waters around Babylon are ever-receding, the armies of the nations are about to march in.

 

 

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The website is not exactly what it appears to be.  Notice the fine print at the bottom of the page.

 

American Center for Law and Justice is a d/b/a for Christian Advocates Serving Evangelism

 

So, the website aclj is operated by the Christian Advocates Serving Evangelism.  It is an evangelistic website.  Anything they promote will be something that is compatible with their evangelistic, Protestant viewpoint.  The article you referenced is written like an opinion piece in that it is one-sided, not objective and anti-Muslim because hey, they are Muslim and the UN is anti-Christian.

 

Does that mean the information is false or made-up?  No.  I'm saying that the website's point of view is biased and their information is subject to exaggeration.  

 

To get the full flavor of the events, I'd suggest you also look over:

https://www.washingtonpost.com/world/middle_east/unesco-to-vote-on-new-controversial-report-on-jerusalem/2016/10/26/8e930164-9b4f-11e6-b552-b1f85e484086_story.html

 

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/oct/14/israel-unesco-resolution-jerusalem-palestine

 

 


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