Here's a small linguistic lesson: trans·fer [v. trans-fur, trans-fer; n., adj. trans-fer] Show IPA verb, -ferred, -fer·ring, noun, adjective verb (used with object) 1. to convey or remove from one place, person, etc., to another: He transferred the package from one hand to the other. 2. to cause to pass from one person to another, as thought, qualities, or power; transmit. 3. Law . to make over the possession or control of: to transfer a title to land. 4. to imprint, impress, or otherwise convey (a drawing, design, pattern, etc.) from one surface to another. I'd suggest that lawyers and the author of this article learn English first. I can also claim lots of things but if it really didn't happen, the court should laugh. If it doesn't, what is the court for? Jokes and illusions? "Sure, transfer occurred without anyone being actually transferred." If linguistic understanding is this low, what is the world coming to. Let me rephrase that: What was it ever? Just bizarre.
Islamic State destroys part of Syria's Temple of Bel, monitoring group says (Reuters)