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he holiest Jewish site in Syria – the 2,000-year-old Jobar Synagogue in Damascus – has been looted and burned, and its roof blown off. The Syrian army and rebel forces have both blamed each other for the demolition of the historic landmark.
It is believed that the Jobar Synagogue, one of the world’s oldest, was built atop a cave where the Prophet Elijah once hid from persecution. One of the earliest historical mentions of the synagogue can be found in the Talmud.
According to Israel Radio, the rebels claimed that the Syrian government looted the synagogue before burning it to the ground. Meanwhile, the government alleged that the rebels had burned down the synagogue. It has also been claimed that “Zionist agents” stole historic artifacts from the holy site as part of a planned operation, Al-Manar Television reported.
Originally posted by tothetenthpower
reply to post by DaTroof
We can agree to disagree I suppose. I consider archeological artifacts to be of importance regardless of what they are. Especially standing structures of any kind.
The Middle East used to be a beautiful place.
Thank the US administrations for that, including the State Department and the CIA, for importing, facilitating, funding, training, and arming, the terrorists in Syria as toots of some globalist
Our collective, ancient history.
That should be respected and protected.