Israel: Wailing Wall is Jewish!

285px-westernwall2[1]In July 2015, United Nation affiliated cultural agency UNESCO in its annual meeting in Bonn (Germany) accepted a proposal submitted by Lebanon, Qatar and Algeria – claiming the Wailing Wall aka Western Wall being part of Al-Aqsa Mosque. It also condemned Israel’s illegal activities in the vicinity of Al-Aqsa Mosque, Islam’s third most sacred worship place as United Nation has long declared East Jerusalem as disputed territory.

Now, the World Heritage Committee of the UN Education, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) 58 Executive Board member states are to vote the resolution on Wednesday in Paris to decide whether the Wailing Wall be declared as heritage site. If that happens, Israeli plan to build the so-called “Third Temple” is doomed. The resolution is drafted by Egypt, Kuwait, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia and UAE.

Israel with the help of its western allies is trying to sabotage the vote, but the problem is most of the UNESCO executive member states have recognized the Palestinian state.

Israeli propagandist group Simon Wiesenthal Center has sent a letter to UNESCO director-general Irina Bokova (Bulgarian Christian) to stop voting on the proposal which would be an insult to 14 million Jews around the world.

The ADL, World Jewish Congress and Israel’s foreign ministry have all supported SWC’s historic lie.

On February 27, 2014, Bishop Sizer posted an investigative article based on the teachings of the New Testament – claiming that the Christian Bible doesn’t mention the rebuilding of the Jewish Temple on top of the so-called “Western Wall”.

Ernest L. Martin, PhD, in an investigative article, entitled, The Strange Story of the False Wailing Wall, refuted Zionist colonialists’ claim over the Al-Aqsa Mosque.

There is absolute proof that the present site of the Jewish Wailing Wall is not any part of the Temple that existed in the time of Herod and Jesus. In fact, that particular location that the Jewish authorities have accepted represents the western wall of an early Roman fortress. King Herod called it Fort Antonia, after the famous Mark Anthony who lived at the end of first century before Christ,” Martin claimed.

On November 25, 2011, UK’s Jewish Daily Mail reported that two archeologists with Israel Antiquity Authority, Eli Shukron and Ronny Reich found 4 coins which confirmed that Holy Western Wall was not built by Jewish King Herod as claimed by Jewish historians for centuries – but was built 20 years after Herod’s death.


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