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April 3, 2016 7:25 am
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UN Censors Exhibit on Zionism, Calling Displays ‘Inappropriate’

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Photos from the exhibit on Zionism that the UN has deemed 'inappropriate.' Photo: StandWithUs/Screenshot.

Photos from the exhibit on Zionism that the UN has deemed ‘inappropriate.’ Photo: StandWithUs/Screenshot.

The United Nations has decided to censor displays on the topics of Zionism, Jerusalem and Israeli Arabs included in a new exhibit about Israel, deeming them “inappropriate.”

Israel’s Ambassador to Israel Danny Danon, who organized the exhibit in cooperation with StandWithUs, wrote to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, demanding that the decision be revoked.

If the decision is not revoked, Danon said he will display the censored topics as part of an exhibit protesting the absurdity of the UN’s decision.

The exhibit was scheduled to open on Monday.

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