UNESCO condemns Zionists’ violation of international laws in Palestine

The Executive Board of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), in a resolution, condemned the Zionist regime for violating international laws in Quds and Gaza strip, and demanded respect for the historical identity of the city. The UNESCO resolution also slammed the Israeli occupying authorities to continue with “the persistent excavations, tunneling, works and projects” in East Quds, “particularly in and around the Old City of Jerusalem, which are illegal under international law.”

UNESCO had earlier also issued a similar resolution on the Zionist regime’s violation of the international laws in Quds and Gaza Strip and reminded the Zionist regime to respect the Islamic identity of the al Aqsa Mosque and the Holy Dome. UNESCO says that the resolution has used the phrase “importance of …. for the three monotheistic religions” meaning Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, to neutralize the Israeli plan of Judaization the Old City of Quds.
Read full report in IRNA (Islamic Republic News Agency)