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Thursday, March 7, 2013

More information on Agenda 21, from an extremely reliable source. OPEN YOUR EYES!... Speaking of which: IMMEDIATE THREAT TO THE DEAD SEA, INTEGRAL PART OF THE LAND OF ISRAEL!!!

Make sure to check out the following links too, for clarification:

Thanks to K.

It is important to reiterate this point over and over, until JEWS IN ISRAEL AND PEOPLE THE WORLD OVER UNDERSTAND AGENDA 21, and what it means to us and our lifestyles. OPEN YOUR EYES AND STAND UP FOR YOUR RIGHTS, FOR G-D's SAKE!!!

  •  Taking away the rights to common law, watch out. Time to overturn the status and REINSTATE COMMON LAW. There are ways!

  •  HERITAGE STATUS, watch out.... Speaking of which, see the article below about UNESCO, i.e. the U.N., i.e. AGENDA 21, PLANNING TO GRAB THE DEAD SEA FOR THEMSELVES. Are you aware that just recently INTENSE DRILLING TOOK PLACE IN THE DEAD SEA, in which German scientists prospected for various elements? Do you think this is by accident? First they prospect, then they grab. TIME TO REBEL AGAINST THESE THIEVES AND MURDERERS. THE DEAD SEA BELONGS TO THE JEWISH PEOPLE AND NOBODY ELSE. True, according to this article the initiative to nominate the Dead Sea as a UNESCO world heritage site came from the PA. But PA and UN are like two fingers of the same hand, I can assure you they would not do that without strong support from the UN, or even covert initiative by the UN.

PA Moves Ahead with Plans to Register Sites with UNESCO

PA forms a committee to prepare applications to register sites on UNESCO's world heritage list, including the Dead Sea.

By Elad Benari
First Publish: 3/7/2013, 2:13 AM


The Palestinian Authority cabinet on Tuesday decided to form a committee to prepare applications to register sites on UNESCO's world heritage list, the Bethlehem-based Ma’an news agency reported.
Omar Awadallah, the head of UN file in the PA’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, said that the committee's mission was to prepare heritage sites for the list to “protect them from harm.”
Each ministry has been asked to cooperate with the UNESCO committee, and will prepare the files, he said.
"For example, the Ministry of Culture will present the Palestinian narrative to register it as intangible cultural heritage," while a different department would be charged to register the Dead Sea as a body of water, he said.
In January, PA experts finalized the entity’s 2013 submission to the World Heritage Committee, proposing the ancient Bethlehem village of Battir as a heritage site.
The committee will vote on whether Battir receives World Heritage status at the June general conference, Ma’an reported.
The PA was admitted to the UN cultural agency in 2011, and last June UNESCO designated Bethlehem's Church of the Nativity and the nearby pilgrimage route as a World Heritage site.
After it succeeded in getting the Church of the Nativity recognized as a World Heritage Site, the PA had announced it would seek to have additional religious sites recognized by UNESCO.
The PA’s Foreign Minister, Riad Malki, named last year the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hevron and Mount Gerizim near Shechem as two sites the entity plans to have recognized by UNESCO as endangered World Heritage sites.
Last week the PA expressed outrage over a new exhibition at Jerusalem's Israel Museum, which sheds new light on the life and death of Herod the Great, the ancient king whose empire sought to straddle imperial Rome and a flourishing Jewish culture.
Local Arabs are denouncing the exhibit’s utilizing artifacts from Jericho and Herodium, which they consider to be in the “Israeli-occupied West Bank.”
Hamdan Taha, director of antiquities and cultural heritage at the Palestinian Authority tourism ministry, accused Israel of displaying the antiquities "without the approval" of the Palestinian Authority in what he claimed was a “violation of international law.”
"Showing those relics at an Israeli museum aims to create historical facts to serve the goals of settlement activities in the state of Palestine," he alleged, adding that the PA would raise the issue with the UNESCO.

And now this: It has nothing to do with UN regulated gun control? See EVIDENCE, below.

 To me, it appears that there is a slow and deliberate take-over of Israel by the UN while our parties argue and fight with each other. It's called "Divide and Conquer". And not to forget, of course, their infamous and deadly UNRWA schools we just witnessed in my previous post.

Following Police Reforms: School Trips Lack Armed Protection

Schools have been cancelling planned trips in Judea and Samaria because of bureaucracy.

By Gil Ronen
First Publish: 3/7/2013, 7:07 PM

Shomron field trip
Shomron field trip
Samaria Travel
A reform in the Israel Police is causing schools to cancel hundreds of trips for pupils that were planned to take place in Judea and Samaria.
The cancellations are the result of a police decision two years ago, to close down its carbine rifle department. The IDF continues to demand that school trips to Judea and Samaria be accompanied by guards carrying long rifles, and these need to be authorized by police. Therefore, security firms have informed schools that they can no longer provide security for school trips to the Biblical heartland.
The principal of Kfar Etzion Field School, Yaron Rosenthal, sent a letter to Education Minister Gideon Saar this week, following the cancellation of hundreds of school trips to Wadi Kelt, Samaria, Hevron and the Binyamin region.
"The police have carried out reforms, but army regulations have not changed," he wrote. "Because of bureaucracy and discord between two security bodies, the Israel Police and the army, trips are being cancelled."
Rosenthal noted that the cancellations are particularly frustrating because they are taking place at a time when schools that used to oppose trips to Judea and Samaria on ideological grounds, no longer oppose such trips. "These are schools that, in the past, would not have even considered traveling to such areas, and now that they want to – they can't," he added.
"After years in which we have been making an effort to remind the Nation of Israel that the Land of Israel does not end at the Green Line, and that the cradle of the nation is located in Judea and Samaria – the schools want to go back to travelling in the larger Land of Israel," he noted, "but government bureaucracy is preventing that."


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