Syrian world heritage site vandalised by Cameron’s ‘rebels’

UNESCO ‘shocked’ at damage to World Heritage sites in Syria

UNESCO General Director Irina Bokova(file photo)

UNESCO General Director Irina Bokova(file photo)
Wed Jul 17, 2013 5:15AM GMT
The head of the United Nations (UN) cultural agency has expressed “deep shock” after seeing images depicting the destruction of World Heritage sites in Syria.

“Irina Bokova, the Director-General of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), said she was deeply shocked at news of further destruction of cultural heritage in Syria, particularly reports of damage to the Crac des Chevaliers, a World Heritage site,” said Martin Nesirky, spokesperson for UN secretary general on Tuesday.

crac des chevaliers

Bokova has also called for an end to the damage to World Heritage sites in the Arab country, he added.

“Irina Bokova calls upon the perpetrators to cease the destruction immediately and urges all the parties to the conflict to take the necessary measures to ensure the safeguarding of this World Heritage site along with all of Syria’s cultural property,” Nesirky said.

http://www.presstv.ir/detail/2013/07/17/314189/unesco-chief-shocked-at-syria-damage/

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3 Responses to “Syrian world heritage site vandalised by Cameron’s ‘rebels’”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Notice the Chemtrails on the photo.

  2. Anonymous says:

    If they are Chemtrailing Syria, how high can the ground to air missiles go.
    Thought they would have shot them down.

  3. Anonymous says:

    I don’t know, but they are definitely there. Maybe Assad wants to kill those ‘rebels’ with more than just guns.

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