By Walid Shoebat (Shoebat Exclusive)
The statement was made by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, Director-General of the UNESCO Irina Bokova and UN-League of Arab States Joint Special Representative for Syria Lakhdar Brahimi, as the ongoing Syrian crisis enters its fourth year, Xinhua reported.
Four sites are being used for military purposes or have been transformed into battlefields: Palmyra, an ancient Arabic city in central Syria; Cracdes Chevaliers, Syria’s best preserved castle from the Crusader of the Middle Ages; the Saint Simeon Church in the Ancient villages of Northern Syria; Aleppo, including the Aleppo Citadel.
“All layers of Syrian culture are now under attack — including pre-Christian, Christian and Muslim,” it said.
“We condemn the use of cultural sites for military purposes and call on all parties to the conflict to uphold international obligations, notably the 1954 Hague Convention for the protection of cultural property in the event of Armed Conflict and customary international humanitarian law,” they said.
But what UNESCO is not telling is who exactly is responsible for such destruction and stating that “all parties” need to “uphold international obligations” is deceptive. In January we obtained from our Middle East sources an array of footage showing that the Muslim terrorist groups were doing controlled demolition orchestrating such destruction to enrage Muslim sentiments against the Syrian government, that such destruction is done by Muslim terrorists who are destroying mosques in Syria in order to blame the Assad regime. We went on a quest to investigate this rather unusual phenomenon and captured videos from several mosques blown up on purpose and they are recorded on video. One can see that the explosions came from within the minarets and terrorists are standing there recording the orchastrated explosion.