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the issue of Jerusalem has always been  thorn in the side of possible solutions.

I really don't think a co-dominion would work for the simple fact that there are two unequal partners. The likelihood that the major partner will not be more indulgent towards transgression by their own is too high to be ignored. In an open access, the more powerful and belligerent player will win. just as the pike always wins in a pond.

I have come to the conclusion that Jerusalem should not be governed by any party with a vested interest in the site. So any group whose culture is predominantly Abrahammatic are disbarred. Personally I always thought the Dalai Lama should be invited to administer Jerusalm on behalf of all those of faith, favouring none of them. Failing that, Japan.

keep to the Fen Causeway

by Helen (lareinagal at yahoo dot co dot uk) on Tue Jan 6th, 2009 at 07:39:10 AM EST
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