Pro-Palestinian Protestors Desecrate Priceless Historical Painting in UK

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[Photo Credit: By Stephen and Helen Jones from England - Esplanade - COP26 Coalition Rally, CC BY-SA 2.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=112360751]

According to Palestinian Action, a century-old painting of a British lord was destroyed by pro-Palestinian protesters.

The British lord was known for helping the Jews secure Israel as their homeland.

The portrait depicts Lord Arthur James Balfour, a former foreign secretary of the United Kingdom, and is displayed at Trinity College of the University of Cambridge.

According to a statement from the protesters, one protester with the group Palestinian Action spray painted the artwork on Friday before slashing the ‘historic painting’ into pieces with a blade.

The Balfour Declaration played a crucial role in advocating for the establishment of a Jewish state, ultimately leading to its realization over three decades later.

Protests have broken out in Britain following the incidents on Oct. 7 when Hamas militants targeted the Jewish state, resulting in more than 1,200 deaths and around 250 hostages.

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