Friday, January 24, 2014

HPW: UNESCO Comments Round Up

I blogged about the HP's coverage of the UNESCO anti-Jewish story earlier, but additional comments on that article and a follow up blog post by Bernard Henri-Levy has caused an additional HPW. If you don't remember this story, UNESCO, in a blatantly anti-Semitic decision, canceled an exhibit about Jewish ties to the Holy Land and only decided to put it on anyway (after a six month postponement) due to copious amounts of international pressure.

You're welcome to check out BHL's blog post about it as well.

Naturally, the later readers of the two articles defended UNESCO's decisions, even though they have nothing whatsoever against Jews:

Yup, no problems with Jews around here. Why do you ask?

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