SOURCE: The Guardian
Academic researchers of Iranian history and more publish letter condemning Trump' threat to target Iranian sites
Academic researchers of Iranian history, archaeology, art and culture, based in national museums and universities across the world, react in horror to the US president’s threat to target Iranian sites.
SOURCE: Washington Post
The United States for decades helped shape what some believed to be a new consensus on the destruction of cultural heritage: that this form of war and destruction is not only a crime against another warring party but also a crime against humanity that endangers civilian lives and dignity.
SOURCE: NY Times
Military attacks against cultural sites are against international law, and the United States has condemned the Islamic State and Taliban for similar destruction.
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