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Settler groups established a Talmudic museum in the Palestinian district of Silwan

A researcher in Jerusalem affairs has revealed that Jewish settler groups established a Talmudic museum in the Palestinian district of Silwan, east of Occupied Jerusalem.

On his Facebook page, researcher Fakhri Abu Diyab said that settler societies had built a three-story Jewish museum over 1,390 square meters of land in Ein al-Fawqa neighborhood in Silwan, which is located a few meters away from the Aqsa Mosque.

“This museum is intended to propagandize the Jewish history and serve the Talmudic narration at the expense of the historical Arab Islamic and Islamic heritage and the true history of this area,” Abu Diyab underlined.

Source: PIC.

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