An example of how "Palestine" will act at UNESCO

(EOZ) Compare this actual stamp, with the UNESCO textbook image on the right.
Elder of Ziyon: Israel gave over $9 million annually to UNESCO
The New York Times, in its UNESCO story yesterday, revealed something interesting:
Palestine became the 195th full member of Unesco on Monday, as the United Nations organization defied a mandated cutoff of American funds under federal legislation from the 1990s.
The step will cost the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization one-quarter of its yearly budget — the 22 percent contributed by the United States (about $70 million) plus another 3 percent contributed by Israel...
What is missing in the textbook image?
(MORE PAIN)(h/t Yaacov Lozowick tweet)

That means that Israel contributed some $9 million annually to the agency! Ha'aretz reporter tweets that Israel contributes only $2 million annually. (h/t CHA) Israel has been cooperating with UNESCO for well over a decade in various international projects, helping out in places as far flung as Jamaica.  But now that UNESCO has become a virtual subsidiary of ISESCO, most likely the  Islamic countries will make up for the shortfall in cash and cooperation. You will have to look long and hard to find any Palestinian Arab textbook that includes, say, this stamp from the same time period:

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