What have we learned from history regarding splitting a city? Yes, Jerusalem is important to many religions. It is my understanding that religious sites within Israel are open to all religions. If it is determined that Jerusalem is to be split between an Arab state and an Israeli state, will all the religious sites within the Arab state be open and accessible to all religions? This question is based on supposed statistics as to the limited number of people of other religions living in Arab areas; the limited number of pieces of literature from other religions found in Arab libraries & book stores; the limited number of people of religions other than Muslim serving in government in Arab countries.
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from the article: Amr Moussa: Arabs must prepare alternatives to failing peace process