Christian graves desecrated in historic Jerusalem cemetery


              Hosam Naoum, a Palestinian Anglican bishop, points to a damaged grave where vandals desecrated more than 30 graves at a historic Protestant Cemetery on Jerusalem's Mount Zion in Jerusalem, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023. Israel's foreign ministry called the attack an "immoral act" and "an affront to religion." Police officers were sent to investigate the profanation. (AP Photo/ Mahmoud Illean)
            
              Hosam Naoum, a Palestinian Anglican bishop, walks with other clergy where vandals desecrated more than 30 graves at a historic Protestant Cemetery on Jerusalem's Mount Zion in Jerusalem, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023. Israel's foreign ministry called the attack an "immoral act" and "an affront to religion." Police officers were sent to investigate the profanation. (AP Photo/ Mahmoud Illean)
            
              Hosam Naoum, a Palestinian Anglican bishop, pauses next to a damaged grave where vandals desecrated more than 30 graves at a historic Protestant Cemetery on Jerusalem's Mount Zion in Jerusalem, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023. Israel's foreign ministry called the attack an "immoral act" and "an affront to religion." Police officers were sent to investigate the profanation. (AP Photo/ Mahmoud Illean)
            
              Hosam Naoum, a Palestinian Anglican bishop, right, stands with a colleague where vandals desecrated more than 30 graves at a historic Protestant Cemetery on Jerusalem's Mount Zion in Jerusalem, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023. Israel's foreign ministry called the attack an "immoral act" and "an affront to religion." Police officers were sent to investigate the profanation. (AP Photo/ Mahmoud Illean)
            
              Hosam Naoum, a Palestinian Anglican bishop, walks with other clergy where vandals desecrated more than 30 graves at a historic Protestant Cemetery on Jerusalem's Mount Zion in Jerusalem, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023. Israel's foreign ministry called the attack an "immoral act" and "an affront to religion." Police officers were sent to investigate the profanation. (AP Photo/ Mahmoud Illean)
            
              Hosam Naoum, a Palestinian Anglican bishop, touches a damaged grave where vandals desecrated more than 30 graves at a historic Protestant Cemetery on Jerusalem's Mount Zion in Jerusalem, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023. Israel's foreign ministry called the attack an "immoral act" and "an affront to religion." Police officers were sent to investigate the profanation. (AP Photo/ Mahmoud Illean)
            
              Hosam Naoum, a Palestinian Anglican bishop, walks where vandals desecrated more than 30 graves at a historic Protestant Cemetery on Jerusalem's Mount Zion in Jerusalem, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023. Israel's foreign ministry called the attack an "immoral act" and "an affront to religion." Police officers were sent to investigate the profanation. (AP Photo/ Mahmoud Illean)
            
              A grave lies in ruins where vandals desecrated more than 30 graves at a historic Protestant Cemetery on Jerusalem's Mount Zion in the Old City of Jerusalem, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023. Israel's foreign ministry called the attack an "immoral act" and "an affront to religion." Police officers were sent to investigate the profanation. (AP Photo/ Mahmoud Illean)
            
              A head stone is toppled where vandals desecrated more than 30 graves at a historic Protestant Cemetery on Jerusalem's Mount Zion in the Old City of Jerusalem, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023. Israel's foreign ministry called the attack an "immoral act" and "an affront to religion." Police officers were sent to investigate the profanation. (AP Photo/ Mahmoud Illean)
            
              Hosam Naoum, a Palestinian Anglican bishop, pauses where vandals desecrated more than 30 graves at a historic Protestant Cemetery on Jerusalem's Mount Zion in Jerusalem, Wednesday, Jan. 4, 2023. Israel's foreign ministry called the attack an "immoral act" and "an affront to religion." Police officers were sent to investigate the profanation. (AP Photo/ Mahmoud Illean)
Christian graves desecrated in historic Jerusalem cemetery