11 Burst results for "Unesco Group"

"unesco group" Discussed on The Current

The Current

10:01 min | 1 year ago

"unesco group" Discussed on The Current

"At a table that prices tripled but if you stand up at a bar and they slide your your cup of espresso across the bar? It's you know it's generally about a dollar dollar and that's also the reason why the vast majority of cafes in Italy our independence. There's just not enough profit in coffee To to interest interest chains. So it means it's also quick you know an espresso consists of two or three sips. You're standing up and then you're done There's no reason. Listen to take a paper Cup. Because you know you'll take two steps. Your coffee is over and the unintended consequence of this is that it. It provides a safe kind of pressure. Free Place to socialize You can chat with someone because you know. This coffee is not going to last for twenty minutes. So Oh you're not worried about keeping that conversation with a stranger going for a long time you can chat with the young teenager beside your or the older woman you know. And then it's Jordan Jordan Jordan Atta and you're on your way the cafes as I say. They're not changed their family. Run businesses so so it's the same Barista behind their who get to know you You walk in they say Chow Bella Chow Allo. They sometimes learn your name they learn what kind of how you like your her coffey whether it's a cafe Makhaya tower glass or whatever and all of those little things are really important. They're small but they build older community and I think that's what's unique to Italian coffee culture. Here's Jonathan Morris again. We talk about something Mitch Michael Banal Nationalism as little things that tell you you're in a certain place and tell you that you're potter set in community and coffee coffee. Presser coffee is it is. It is pitcher I'd like to think though Megan that that can exist here too. Well well I think it can and I think it does in some cafes but as as Jonathan Morris points out generally speaking coffee chains in North America serve the the inverse purpose. They allow people to come together without interacting. Here's sociologist Massimo. Chitalo talking about places like starbucks because is a space where I can write my books when I can text free Wifi Free Wi fi. He's a concept. Today is not common to concept of Italian stressor coffee. You know earlier when Mr Turtle'll was talking about the three key words that do describe espresso culture. He mentioned not why but generosity generosity fit into the picture. Well we need to move south in Italy to Naples for that part. So Ah here. We are at this beautiful historic cafe that overlooks the vast main square in Naples. Piazza the flabby sheet that fronts the the former royal palace. We're at the Glen Cafe Gumby News which was founded in eighteen sixty picture elaborate morano glass chandeliers there's green marble topped counters waders wearing Texas and bow ties mouth-watering array of the stuff's sugar sprinkled neopolitan based. Thanks please just shipped right now mice again. So ten years ago Gamboa's Gambrinus turned one hundred fifty and wanted to celebrate so they came up with the idea of reviving. This lost mostly loss Neapolitan tradition of the cafe. A face so spencer which in English translates into the suspended. Cafe the suspended coffee. Here's Genaro Johnny. The manager I've Campinas explaining that traditionally when someone one at the races or a bet to celebrate their joy they would buy an extra coffee for someone else not someone they knew it was an anonymous gift for someone who came by later. Couldn't afford a coffin. So how does it work you just by two coffee. Yes essentially you go up to the cash you pay for your coffee and then you say you'd like to buy a cafe. She'll says Oh and then they they the person behind the cash gifts do the two receipts and so you take the receipt for the second coffee. The cafe suspend their news. Stick it in this case in this big cafetiere Lebron's coffee pot by the door. Did you actually see anyone by an extra coffee. I did. You know it's A. It's a lot of tourists during it. They in particular like distribution and while I was there there was an Italian who came in Diego but An Italian who lives in southern France. who heard about this Through on television or something and he bought one. I think is a good thing because you think about somebody else you know and You know even the normal coffee even place like this you pay one Eurotech twenty which is nothing basically and you can pay another extra for personal that cannot afford coffee. There's a kind of way. Think about in the vision really and did you see anyone coming into get a cuff. Especially yes I did ED The sixty eight year old gentleman named Antonio who lives in in the neighborhood that's renowned working class neighborhood in Naples it's called last senator. He came in with his wife and I asked him how often he came nearly every day. Not just because they got us. This is special coffee but because one of the few places that still makes a decent coffee in Naples. I've had some bad luck in life so I'm glad of this tradition done uh-huh sprite. Is this now again. Well in in practice. I don't think it's that widespread famous Neapolitan writer who channel they could ashamed. So cited cited this tradition in a book a few decades ago sort of began to return them but mostly in people's imaginations. I think the tradition actually doesn't even go back that far to postwar years when most of Naples was still very very the report and when I was down in Naples last week I went around and I asked if I could leave a cafe so spazio at a scattering of different front cafes and different kinds of neighborhoods enables and this is the kind of answer I got no Eze Steak Wa Nice. That's you asking if you can leave one. Yeah and that's that's the Barman saying no no no no we don't do that here So I think the idea of the cafe so special is very appealing to talion specifically neopolitan To the way they wanna see themselves as generous which I do think his equality of Italians expressed in coffee culture here You know for instance when you go to take a coffee break with colleagues here more often than not you treat the person you're taking the coffee with or or or they treat you and that's a pleasure and joy that that just is part everyday life here. I mean it can happen in Canada but it's not the norm and you know that's a cultural difference but I also suspect It's just an economic omic question because here your your coffee or your Cappuccino is GonNa cost you not much more than a dollar whereas you know some of some of these some some. I'm coffees in in. Canada can go as much as five dollars depending on on what you ask for. But in Naples especially there's another part of coffee culture that it really takes center stage and this is it in a nutshell total wallet up three Ritu. -ality yes ritu -ality. That's Francesca Media Borelli. He's a regional politician. And the head of the Neapolitan Coffee Group. That's pushing for. Its own own separate UNESCO recognition. Now I met for an after lunch espresso outside of Gambrinus and you know. He said his group is going a step. Further than the Italian Espresso UNESCO group which says as as we've talked about that That they want to suppress recognized for both How in Espressos made but also the culture around it but early says that the Neopolitan Espresso bid did is really actually not about the coffee at all that the coffee is just an excuse to celebrate and protect the neopolitan culture around it and says that coffee culture is very different in Naples? Not only from the rest of the world but from the rest of Italy in Alberta. It's not just about coffee rituals in cafes but also Napolitan home rituals the rituals around our traditional additional coffee pots that we've transformed and elaborated in our homes in Milan when people would come. They don't speak with anyone. They down there coughing out the door. There are Comedians who do skits showing how the Milanese get dressed and do four other things while drinking their morning coffee Naples it's the opposite it's about relating into those close to you it's about talking about what's new if the Naples soccer team won or lost the latest elections. What's in the papers it's a it's a moment of collegiality cofre toys? So it's that north-south divide again so these two groups are now competing for UNESCO recognition. Yeah they are. We'll see what happens but assured me that he.

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"unesco group" Discussed on The Current

The Current

10:00 min | 1 year ago

"unesco group" Discussed on The Current

"Sit down at a table that prices tripled but if you stand up at a bar and they slide your your cup of espresso across the bar? It's you know it's generally about a dollar dollar and that's also the reason why the vast majority of cafes in Italy our independence. There's just not enough profit in coffee To to interest interest chains. So it means it's also quick You know an espresso consists of two or three sips. You're standing up and then you're done There's no reason. Listen to take a paper Cup. Because you know you'll take two steps. Your coffee is over and the unintended consequence of this is that it. It provides a safe kind of pressure. Free Place to socialize You can chat with someone because you know. This coffee is not going to last for twenty minutes. So Oh you're not worried about keeping that conversation with a stranger going for a long time you can chat with the young teenager beside your or the older woman you know. And then it's Jordan Jordan Jordan Atta and you're on your way the cafes as I say. They're not changed their family. Run businesses so so it's the same Barista behind their who get to know you You walk in they say Chow Bella Chow Allo. They sometimes learn your name they learn what kind of how you like your her coffey whether it's a cafe Makhaya tower glass or whatever and all of those little things are really important. They're small but they build older community and I think that's what's unique to Italian coffee culture. Here's Jonathan Morris again. We talk about something Mitch Michael Banal Nationalism as little things that tell you you're in a certain place and tell you that you're potter set in community and coffee coffee. Presser coffee is it is it is a bit Talionis. I'd like to think though Megan that that can exist here too. Well well I think it can and I think it does in some cafes but as as Jonathan Morris points out generally speaking coffee chains in North America serve the the inverse purpose. They allow people to come together without interacting. Here's sociologist Massimo. Chitalo talking about places like starbucks because is a space where I can write my books when I can text free Wifi Free Wi fi. He's a concept. Today is not common to concept of Italian stressor coffee. You know earlier when Mr Turtle'll was talking about the three key words that do describe espresso culture. He mentioned not why but generosity generosity fit into the picture. Well we need to move south in Italy to Naples for that part. So Ah here. We are at this beautiful historic cafe that overlooks the vast main square in Naples. Piazza the flabby sheet that fronts the the former royal palace. We're at the Glen Cafe Gumby News which was founded in eighteen sixty picture elaborate morano glass chandeliers there's green marble topped counters waders wearing Texas and bow ties mouth-watering array of the stuff's sugar sprinkled neopolitan based. Thanks please just shipped right now mice again. So ten years ago Gamboa's Gambrinus turned one hundred fifty and wanted to celebrate so they came up with the idea of reviving. This lost mostly loss Neapolitan tradition of the cafe. A face so spencer which in English translates into the suspended cafe. The suspended coffee. Here's Genaro the manager. I've campinas explaining that traditionally when someone one at the races or a bet to celebrate their joy they would buy an extra coffee for someone else not someone they knew it was an anonymous gift for someone who came by later. Couldn't afford a coffin. So how does it work you just by two coffee. Yes essentially you go up to the cash you pay for your coffee and then you say you'd like to buy a cafe. She'll says Oh and then they they the person behind the cash gifts do the two receipts and so you take the receipt for the second coffee. The cafe suspend their news. Stick it in this case in this big cafetiere Lebron's coffee pot by the door. Did you actually see anyone by an extra coffee. I did. You know it's A. It's a lot of tourists during it. They in particular like distribution and while I was there there was an Italian who came in Diego but An Italian who lives in southern France. who heard about this Through on television or something and he bought one. I think is a good thing because you think about somebody else you know and You know even the normal coffee even place like this you pay one Eurotech twenty which is nothing basically and you can pay another extra for personal that cannot afford coffee. There's a kind of way. Think about in the vision really and did you see anyone coming into get a cuff. Especially yes I did ED The sixty eight year old gentleman named Antonio who lives in in the neighborhood that's renowned working class neighborhood in Naples it's called last senator. He came in with his wife and I asked him how often he came nearly every day. Not just because they got us. This is special coffee but because one of the few places that still makes a decent coffee in Naples. I've had some bad luck in life so I'm glad of this tradition done uh-huh sprite. Is this now again. Well in in practice. I don't think it's that widespread famous Neapolitan writer who channel they could ashamed. So cited cited this tradition in a book a few decades ago and it sort of began to return them but mostly in people's imaginations. I think the tradition actually doesn't even go back that far to postwar years when most of Naples was still very very the report and when I was down in Naples last week I went around and I asked if I could leave a cafe so spazio at a scattering of different front cafes and different kinds of neighborhoods enables and this is the kind of answer I got no Eze Steak Wa Nice. That's you asking if you can leave one. Yeah and that's that's the Barman saying no no no no we don't do that here So I think the idea of the cafe so special is very appealing to talion specifically neopolitan To the way they wanna see themselves as generous which I do think his equality of Italians expressed in coffee culture here You know for instance when you go to take a coffee break with colleagues here more often than not you treat the person you're taking the coffee with or or or they treat you and that's a pleasure and joy that that just is part everyday life here. I mean it can happen in Canada but it's not the norm and you know that's a cultural difference but I also suspect It's just an economic omic question because here your your coffee or your Cappuccino is GonNa cost you not much more than a dollar whereas you know some of some of these some some. I'm coffees in in. Canada can go as much as five dollars depending on on what you ask for. But in Naples especially there's another part of coffee culture that it really takes center stage and this is it in a nutshell total wallet up three Ritu. -ality yes ritu -ality. That's Francesca Media Borelli. He's a regional politician. And the head of the Neapolitan Coffee Group. That's pushing for. Its own own separate UNESCO recognition. Now I met for an after lunch espresso outside of Gambrinus and you know. He said his group is going a step. Further than the Italian Espresso UNESCO group which says as as we've talked about that That they want to suppress recognized for both How in Espressos made but also the culture around it but early says that the Neopolitan Espresso bid did is really actually not about the coffee at all that the coffee is just an excuse to celebrate and protect the neopolitan culture around it and says that coffee culture is very different in Naples? Not only from the rest of the world but from the rest of Italy in Alberta. It's not just about coffee rituals in cafes but also Napolitan home rituals the rituals around our traditional additional coffee pots that we've transformed and elaborated in our homes in Milan when people would come. They don't speak with anyone. They down there coughing out the door. There are Comedians who do skits showing how the Milanese get dressed and do four other things while drinking their morning coffee Naples it's the opposite it's about relating into those close to you it's about talking about what's new if the Naples soccer team won or lost the latest elections. What's in the papers it's a it's a moment of collegiality cofre toys? So it's that north-south divide again so these two groups are now competing for UNESCO recognition. Yeah they are. We'll see what happens.

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"unesco group" Discussed on WBOB 600AM

WBOB 600AM

02:57 min | 4 years ago

"unesco group" Discussed on WBOB 600AM

"Excuse me a unesco group of experts who declined to recommend the proposal said the palestinian heritage request was too focused on muslim history it was weak has neglected jewish and christian history at the place before the mamluk period and so forth all right some people want to know i am coughing i am fighting as that's why and coughing that we will get on top of it now let's talk about this place the old city of hebron over there buddy at the right scoop prime benjamin netanyahu was furious with this decision by unesco that says a jewish site the tomb of the patriot act is not jewish at all but rather palestinian i went to listen to this this is the tomb with a jewish patriarchs had buried abraham isaac jakup sarah rebecca and leah are buried there there buried there and what the prime minister of israel wrote lynch reuter was this is another delusional unesco decision they decided the tomb of the patriarchs in hebron is a palestinian site that it is not jewish not a jewish site whose buried their abraham isaac jacob sarah rebecca and layer are patriarchs and matriarchs and by the way is the second holiest jewish site the second the the site is in danger he asks it it's only in those places where israel is such as hebron that freedom of religion for all is ensured in the middle east mosques churches and synagogues in every other place are being bombed in places that are not israel we will continue to protect the tomb of patriarchs freedom of religion for all aw and the truth following the unesco resolution the tomb of the patriarchs prime minister netanyahu decided to cut one million dollars from israel's un membership funds unfortunately it's not very much money and the funds will be used to establish the museum of the heritage of the jewish people incurred arba and hebron and related heritage projects and against unesco's denial the past prime minister netanyahu is determined to present to the entire world this stark wall truth he says or his office does see people the gia the see folks the jewish people their connection to hebron is thousands and thousands of years old so i i posed this question to you as i posed many questions during the course of all my shows to you how is it conceivable.

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"unesco group" Discussed on WBOB 600AM

WBOB 600AM

03:07 min | 4 years ago

"unesco group" Discussed on WBOB 600AM

"The palestinians are not interested in peace instead clinging to a religious war so what is happening has implications far beyond the historical sites themselves the latest is that unesco voted today to declare hebron's cave of the patriarchs to be an endangered palestinians site as we've discussed in the past you go back one hundred years or so there weren't people called palestinians yes our arrowhead who has a a bloodthirsty terrorist decided that these bedouins who are arabs would be what what would the reassigned nomenclature palestinians because it sounds like palestine and so stupid reporters in america and others would say wait a minute palestinians palestine and it's worked to a great extent it's worked a great extent there are no palestinian holy sites in jerusalem are hebron there's no such thing let's continue here's this is from the times of israel as cited by a legal insurrection what is unesco the united nations educational scientific cultural organisation this is the times of israel passed an anti israel resolution for the second time in less than a week on friday voting in a stormy session to have the tomb of the patriarchs they all stayed with me with this you can if you're going to learn a lot about what this is in the old city of hebron in the west bank which is not the west bank inscribed as a palestinian world heritage site endanger so the old city of hebron as he bronze sound like hebrews or does hebron sound like arabs votes to describe sights on unesco's world heritage list are usually done by show of hands among all the member states but three countries poland croatian jamaica requested a secret ballot several states objected leading to a shouting match between delegates and israel ambassador carmel sharma haka can storming to the desk of the sessions chairman to make israel's case there kerfuffle ended after the chairman a polish diplomat called insecurity hot cohen sharma hot cohen accused the sessions chairman of not conducting a truly secret ballot as the chairman ordered the delegates to come up to the front of the hough and put a sealed envelope into a box in front of the other diplomats the israeli armed boy claimed he was promised the vote would take place police behind a curtain hoping that would enable delegates from moderate arab states the reject the palestinian lead bid this was contrary not only to history but also unesco group of experts.

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"unesco group" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

KHNR 690AM

02:33 min | 4 years ago

"unesco group" Discussed on KHNR 690AM

"Of the other diplomats the israeli armed boy claimed he was promised the vote would take place ace behind the curtain hoping that would enable delegates from moderate arab states to reject the palestinian lead bid this was contrary not only to history but also unesco group of experts excuse me a unesco group of experts who declined to recommend the proposal said the palestinian heritage request was too focused on muslim history it was weak peasant neglected jewish and christian history at the place before the mamluk period and so forth playwright some people wanna know why i'm coughing i am fighting asthma that's why and coughing and we will get on top of it now let's talk about this place the old city of hebron plo over there are buddy at the right scoop prion benjamin netanyahu was furious with this decision by unesco that says a jewish site the tomb of the patriarchs is not jewish at all but rather palestinian i went to listen to this this is the tomb where the jewish patriarchs have buried abraham isaac jakup sarah rebecca and leia i buried there there buried there and what the prime minister of israel wrote on twitter was this is another delusional unesco decision they decided the tomb of the patriarchs in hebron is a palestinian site that it is not jewish not a jewish site whose buried their abraham isaac jacob sarah rebecca and leah are patriarchs and matriarchs and by the way is the second holiest jewish site the second and site is in danger he asks it is only in those places where israel is such as hebron that freedom of religion for all is ensured in the middle east mosques churches and synagogues and every other place i've being bombed in places that are not israel we will continue to protect the tomb of the patriarchs freedom of religion for all and the truth following the unesco resolution the tomb of the patriarchs prime minister netanyahu decided to cut one million dollars from israel's un membership funds unfortunately it's not very much money.

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"unesco group" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:22 min | 4 years ago

"unesco group" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"The second time in less than a week on friday voting in a stormy session to have the tomb of the patriarchs the old st they would meet with this you're gonna fit you're going to learn a lot about what this is in the old city of hebron in the west bank which is not the west bank inscribed as a palestinian world heritage site endanger so the old city of hebron as he bronze sound like hebrews or does hebron sound like arabs whoa justin swab sights on unesco's world heritage list are usually done by show of hands among all the member states but three countries poland croatian jamaica requested a secret ballot several states objected leading to a shouting match between delegates in israel ambassador carmel sharma haka account storming to the desk of the sessions chairman to make israel's case there kerfuffle ended after the chairman a polish diplomat called insecurity hot cohen sharma hot cohen accused the sessions chairman of not conducting a truly secret ballot is the chairman ordered the delegates to come up to the front of the hall and put a sealed envelope into a box in front of the other diplomats the israeli armed boy claimed he was promised the vote would take place behind the curtain hoping that would enable delegates from moderate arab states the reject the palestinian lead bid this was contrary not only to history but also unesco group of experts excuse me a unesco group of experts who declined to recommend the proposal said the palestinian heritage request was too focused on muslim history it was weak has neglected jewish and christian history at the place before the mamluk period and so forth all right some people want to know i am coughing i am fighting asthma that's why and coughing that we will get on top of it now let's talk about this place the old city of hebron over there are buddy at the right scoop prime benjamin netanyahu was furious with this decision by unesco.

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"unesco group" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:51 min | 4 years ago

"unesco group" Discussed on WJR 760

"The chairman a polish diplomat called insecurity hot cohen sharma hot cohen accused the sessions chairman of not conducting a truly secret ballot is the chairman ordered the delegates to come up to the front of the hall and put a sealed envelope into a box in front of the other diplomats the israeli armed boy claimed he was promised the vote would take place behind a curtain hoping that would enable delegates from moderate arab states the reject the palestinian lead bid this was contrary not only to history but also unesco group of experts excuse me a unesco group of experts who declined to recommend the proposal said the palestinian heritage request was too focused on muslim history it was weak as of neglected jewish and christian history at the place before the mamluk period and so forth all right some people want to know why i'm coughing i am fighting asthma that's why and coughing and we will get on top of it now let's talk about this place the old city of hebron over there buddy at the right scoop prime benjamin netanyahu was furious with this decision by unesco that says a jewish site the tomb of the patriot act is not jewish at all but rather palestinian i went to listen to this this is the tomb with a jewish patriarchs had buried abraham isaac jake up sarah rebecca and leia are buried there there buried there and what the prime minister of israel wrote on twitter was this is another delusional unesco decision they decided the tomb of the patriarchs in hebron is a palestinian site that it is not jewish not a jewish site whose buried their abraham isaac jacob sarah rebecca and layer are patriarchs and matriarchs and by the way is the second holiest jewish site the second and site is in danger he asks it is only in those places where israel is such as hebron that freedom of religion for all isn't short in the middle east mosques churches and synagogues and every other place are being bombed in places that are not israel we will continue to protect the tomb of the patriarchs freedom of religion for all and the truth following the unesco resolution the tomb of the patriarchs prime minister netanyahu decided to cut one million dollars from israel's un membership funds unfortunately it's not very much money.

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"unesco group" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"unesco group" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Let's continue here's this is from the times of israel is cited by a legal insurrection what is unesco the united nations educational scientific cultural organisation this is the times of israel passed an anti israel resolution for the second time in less than a week on friday voting in a stormy session to have the tomb of the patriarchs the olds stay with me with this you're gonna fit your gonna learn a lot about what this is in the old city of hebron in the west bank which is not the west bank inscribed as a palestinian world heritage site in danger so the old city of hebron as he brian sound like hebrews or does he brand sound like arabs well justin swart site sunday unesco's world heritage list are usually done by show of hands among all the member states but three countries poland croatian jamaica requested a secret ballot several states objected leading to a shouting match between delegates in israel ambassador carmel sharma haakan storming to the desk of the sessions chairman to make israel's case the kerfuffle ended after the chairman a polish diplomat called insecurity hot cohen sharma hot cohen accused the sessions chairman of not conducting a truly secret ballot there's the chairman ordered the delegates to come up to the front of the hall and put a sealed envelope into a box in front of the other diplomats the israeli armed boy claimed he was promised the vote would take place behind the curtain hoping that would enable delegates from moderate arab states to reject the palestinian lead bid this was contrary not only to history but also unesco group of experts excuse me a unesco group of experts who declined to recommend the proposal set the palestinian heritage request was too focused on muslim history it was weak has neglected jewish and christian history at the place before the mamluk period and so forth all right some people want an alarm coughing i am fighting ass from that's plan coffee that we will get on top of it now let's talk about this place the old city of hebron over there are buddy at the right scoop prion benjamin netanyahu was furious with this decision by unesco.

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"unesco group" Discussed on KELO

KELO

02:19 min | 4 years ago

"unesco group" Discussed on KELO

"Member states but three countries poland croatian jamaica requested a secret ballot several states objected leading to a shouting match between delegates in israel ambassador carmel sharma haka kim storming to the desk of the sessions chairman to make israel's case there kerfuffle ended after the chairman a polish diplomat called insecurity hot cohen shamma hot cohen accused the session chairman of not conducting a truly secret ballot there's the chairman ordered the delegates to come up to the front of the hall and put a sealed envelope into a box in front of the other diplomats the israeli armed boy claimed he was promised the vote would take place ace behind a curtain hoping that would enable delegates from moderate arab states the reject the palestinian lead bid this was contrary not only to history but also unesco group of experts excuse me a unesco group of experts who declined to recommend the proposal said the palestinian heritage request was too focused on muslim history it was weak has neglected jewish and christian history at the place before the mamluk period and so forth all right some people want to know why i'm coughing i am fighting as that's why and coughing that we will get on top of it now let's talk about this place the old city of hebron over there buddy at the right scoop prime benjamin netanyahu was furious with this decision by unesco that says a jewish site the tomb of the patriot act is not jewish at all but rather palestinian i went to listen to this this is the tomb with a jewish patriarchs have buried abraham isaac jakup sarah rebecca and leah are buried there there buried there and what the prime minister of israel rope lynch reuter was this is another delusional unesco decision they decided the.

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"unesco group" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"unesco group" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The tomb of the patriarchs they all stay with me with this you can if you're going to learn a lot about what this is in the old city of hebron in the west bank which is not the west bank inscribed as a palestinian world heritage site in danger so the old city of hebron as hebron sound like hebrews or does hebron sound like arabs votes to describe sights on unesco's world heritage list are usually done by show of hands among all the member states but three countries poland croatian jamaica requested a secret ballot several states objected leading to a shouting match between delegates in israel embassador carmel sharma haka kent storming to the desk of the sessions chairman to make israel's case the kerfuffle ended after the chairman a polish diplomat called insecurity how cohen sharma hot cohen accused the sessions chairman of not conducting a truly secret ballot there's the chairman ordered the delegates to come up to the front of the hall and put a sealed envelope into a box in front of the other diplomats the israeli armed boy claimed he was promised the vote would take place behind the curtain hoping that would enable delegates from moderate arab states the reject the palestinian lead bid this was contrary not only to history but also unesco group of experts excuse me a unesco group of experts who declined to recommend the proposal said the palestinian heritage request was too focused on muslim history it was weak has neglected jewish and christian history at the place before the mamluk period and so forth all right some people want to know why i'm coughing i am fighting asthma that's why and coughing we we will get on tap him either now let's talk about.

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"unesco group" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

03:02 min | 4 years ago

"unesco group" Discussed on KOIL

"You go back one hundred years or so there weren't people called palestinians yasser arafat who has a a bloodthirsty terrorist decided that these bedouins who are arabs would be what what would be reassigned nomenclature palestinians because it sounds like palestine and so stupid reporters in america and others which say wait a minute palestinians palestine and it's worked to a great extent it's worked a great extent there are no palestinian holy sites in jerusalem are hebron there's no such thing let's continue here's this is from the times of israel as cited by a legal insurrection what is unesco the united nations educational scientific cultural organisation this is a times of israel passed an anti israel resolution for the second time in less than a week on friday voting in a stormy session to have the tomb of the patriarchs they all stayed with me with this you can if you're going to learn a lot about what this is in the old city of hebron in the west bank which is not the west bank inscribed as a palestinian world heritage site endanger so the old city of hebron does he bronze sound like hebrews or does he run sound like arabs boats to describe sights on unesco's world heritage list are usually done by show of hands among all the member states but three countries poland croatian jamaica requested a secret ballot several states objected leading to a shouting match between delegates and israel ambassador carmel sharma haka storming to the desk of the sessions chairman to make israel's case the kerfuffle ended after the chairman a polish diplomat called and security hot cohen sharma hot cohen accused the sessions chairman of not conducting a truly secret ballot as the chairman ordered the delegates to come up to the front of the hall and put a sealed envelope into a box in front of the other diplomats the israeli armed boy claimed he was promised the vote would take place behind a curtain hoping that would enable delegates from moderate arab states the reject the palestinian lead bit this was contrary not only to history but also unesco group of experts excuse me a unesco group of experts oh declined to recommend the proposal said the palestinian heritage request was too focused on muslim history it was weak has neglected jewish and christian history at the place before the mamluk period and so forth.

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