The jihadists previously pronounced that they deem the artifacts idolatry.The militants, who have created a self-proclaimed caliphate in northern Iraq and parts of Syria, have been waging a campaign to obliterate cultural sites and relics, which fail to fall in line with their ideology."If IS enters Palmyra, it will spell its destruction," Abdulkarim told AFP."If the ancient city falls, it will be an international catastrophe.[I am not on the side of any terrorists especially those run by governments.The terrorist organization ISIS being run by some retired US army generals and Sen Mc Cain, Qatar which has been the prime funder of the US and Israeli-trained ISIS terrorists in Syria and Iraq, and warhawks in the US military industrial complex, ISIS is now being used by God to destroy all of the icons, statues, pictures, altars, reliefs, paintings etc of the false pagan gods such as the nephilim? No doubt God has used mankinds' enemies before for His good and purpose.It showed the militants drilling away at sculptures believed to be some 3,000 years old.“With their hammers and explosives they are also obliterating the site itself, clearly determined to wipe out all traces of the history of Iraq’s people,” she added.
UNESCO describes Palmyra as a landmark of "outstanding universal value," an "oasis in the Syrian desert" northeast of Damascus.* The image of the creature with four legs and a human head is a nephilm, an offspring of a fallen angel and human woman in which earth people mistook them for gods, star people.Islamic state extremists have ‘bulldozed’ an ancient Assyrian city of Nimrud in northern Iraq near Mosul with heavy military vehicles, the country’s authorities said.Ancient Palmyra ‘under threat’, ISIS militants approach UNESCO site--[DOES GOD COMMAND ISIS TO DESTROY IDOLS OF FALSE GODS] Islamic State militants clashed with Syrian troops within two kilometers of ancient Palmyra, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported on Thursday.There’s a risk they will run rampant over the landmark UNESCO site.