Thursday, April 13, 2006
Three Sections to Jerusalem
The most controversial and misunderstood part of the Three Sections to Jerusalem is the Old City of Jerusalem the City State the Holy Land. The State of the Holy Land will be independent and neutral from the State of Palestine and the State of Israel. An international council with local representation will run and control the State of the Holy Land.
There will be no weapons or arms allowed within the State of the Holy Land with the exception of the elite Holy Land Police Force. The main focus of the State of the Holy Land will be remain neutral to the political religious beliefs and practices of the people in the region. Preserving the religious Holy sites while keeping them open to all of the people. The State of the Holy Land will work closely with the Palestinian and Israeli governments on a wide range of issues. The State of the Holy Land will not have border guards securing its boarders and will have limited commercial property available. Space for the non-profit international humanitarian NGO’s and a Religious University of the World will be created within the Holy Land Master Plan.
The State of the Holy Land should be a place that people from all over the world with different religious beliefs can come together in peace. Where the similarities of people of different faiths over ride the difference of people and one person can learn about the religious beliefs and practices of other of people of different faiths. A place that remains neutral in the political and religious philosophies of the region.