Letters: Nov. 13, 2000

Terror in the Middle East

Millions of parents around the world know what to do when two of their children squabble over a toy--nobody gets it [WORLD, Oct. 23]. Just upgrade the city of Jerusalem to "too holy for anybody" and put a permanent military force around it. Clerics can get in with a pass, and everybody else can take pictures from a distance. If they can't live with that, clear everyone out and destroy the site. Better a holy memory than a killing ground that perpetuates death by its very presence. PHIL BRADY Philadelphia

While there can be no excuse...

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