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Published on 13 May 2016

French Minister slams UN vote ignoring jewish ties to Jerusalem

The interior minister of France criticized his country’s recent vote at a U.N. agency for a resolution that critics said ignored Jewish historical ties to Jerusalem and its holy sites.

Bernard Cazeneuve said he does not take a supportive view of the text that France voted to approve, adding it should not have been adopted

By Cnaan Liphshiz, published in Forward May 10, 2016
 
Bernard Cazeneuve spoke of his objection to France’s April 16 vote at UNESCO, the Paris-based U.N. organization dealing with education, culture and heritage, at an event Monday in Paris organized by CRIF, the umbrella group of French Jewish communities.
 
Cazeneuve said he does “not take a supportive view of the text” that France voted to approve, adding it “should not have been adopted” and that the resolution passed “was not written as it should have been,” the Le Figaro daily  reported... Read more.

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