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How about the temple mount

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Submitted by Yuval Brandstetter MD (Israel), Jan 2, 2007 at 17:31

If reciprocity is the corner of civility, how about the Waqf letting Jews pray in the Omar Mosque which stands right over the Hebrew temple dedicted 1700 years before Islam was a twinkle in Muhamad's eyes? Last time a Jewish dignitary walked upon the mount, let alone prayed, reciprocity manifested in hundreds of suicide shahids and the murder of more than a thousand Jews.

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