Due to Muslim pressure and hollow "Palestinian Arab nationalism", Jews cannot pray at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, and they get killed if they try to pray of Joseph's Tomb, they are limited in their devotions at the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron and if they discover through archaelogical excavations anything that confirms the Biblical accounts of the history of Jews in Eretz-Yisrael Arabs and their supporters ridicule that. Jewish religious sites get burnt, desecrated and neglected.
Maybe, since Turkey seems to be a major pro-Pal. player, our local Arabs could learn a positive lesson from that country's reported policy:
“We have recognized this as a special field of tourism and as a special cultural wealth,” the Turkish culture minister, Ertugrul Gunay, said in an interview in Ankara. By next year, his ministry aims to increase the number of religious tourists to Turkey to more than three million, from 1.3 million last year. “Until now, our concept of faith tourism was limited” to Muslim shrines “like the Mevlana tomb in Konya or the Halil-Ur Rahman mosque in Urfa,” Mr. Gunay said, “even though Anatolia is the home of important shrines of Christianity and Judaism as well.”
“Now,” he added, “we are working to care for all of these sites, Muslim, Christian and Jewish, without discrimination, to restore them and maintain them and to open them up to the public to visit.”
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