UNESCO is just stating a self-evident fact: those historical sites are located on Occupied Palestinian territory, and do not belong to Israel. Being part of Jewish tradition doesn't automatically grant Israel ownership over them, just like the Cordoba Mosque does not belong to Saudi Arabia.
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