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    • ray
    • 06.11.05 | 10:38 (IST)

    Facinating, the prison digs which reveal a church which may be the oldest in the world,even thrilling, and a lot of religious significance. I was reading it with fascination and then......it finishes with this tourism minister who is just thinking how much money he can make with it by making it a tourist destination. You sometimes get the idea we are just concerned about survival and making money?! Just some quite admiration of the history of the land, and it's cultural diversity would be welcome, and also benneficial to a more respectfull and peacefull climate in the 'holy' land. Ray

    from the article: Prison dig reveals church that may be the oldest in the world
    First published 00:00 05.11.05 | Last updated 00:00 05.11.05
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