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The latest edition, Volume 5, is currently on sale. A friend purchased one this week at a Toronto bookstore.
The piece includes a timeline, graphics and a short article explaining the city’s historic significance.
Here’s a blurb at the bottom of the article:
The blurb of course omits the fact that Jerusalem is not just “considered holy” to Jews, but is Judaism’s holiest city. Note also that the magazine – while informing readers that the city is home to one of Islam’s holiest mosques – fails to mention the presence of the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, the holiest site in Judaism.
However, there’s another significant mistake, which we highlighted below:
Whilst Palestinians would like east Jerusalem to be the capital of a future Palestinian state, the claim that, today, it is the capital of the “sovereign state” of Palestine is of course completely erroneous. Not even the most pro-Palestinian UK media outlets make such a patently false assertion.
We’ve contacted the magazine’s publisher to complain about the errors, and will update you when we receive a reply.
- CiF Watch prompts correction to Indy claim that Western Wall is Judaism’s holiest site (cifwatch.com)
- ‘Hardtalk’ interview with Yehuda Glick reinforces entrenched BBC narrative (bbcwatch.org)
- The Battle Over Jerusalem and the Temple Mount (CAMERA.org)
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