Holy sites should be centers for reconciliation, not conflict


Holy sites should be centers for reconciliation, not conflict

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) became the subject of much debate after its controversial October 16, 2016 decision, which conflicts with its declared purpose, to recognize Jerusalem and its holy places only by its Muslim name: Al-Quds. Thus, the Jews’ 3,000-year and the Christians’ 2,000-year connection with the Holy City were erased. UNESCO, whose motto is "building peace in the minds of men and women," signed off on a political decision that fueled conflict. Despite significant efforts to prevent this historical mistake, sacred places are now tools for a propaganda war.

International news website based in New York – USA, Rescue News, published Harun Yahya’s article “Holy sites should be centers for reconciliation, not conflict” on January 24th 2017. You may read the article at the below links.

http://www.harunyahya.com/en/%D0%A1%D1%82%D0%B0%D1%82%D1%8C%D0%B8/239112/Holy-sites-should-be-centers-for-reconciliation-not-conflict

http://newsrescue.com/holy-sites-centers-reconciliation-not-conflict/

http://www.harunyahya.org/tr/Articles/239111/Kutsal-mekanlar-catisma-degil-uzlasma-alanlari-olmali