: Edward Whittemore's dream for Jerusalem was
: for a common homeland for Moslems,
: Christians and Jews. He truly believed in
: this as is evidenced in his books, where
: over and over again he has a threesome of
: close friends representing the three major
: religions of the Middle East. His stance
: is detached and he neither condemns nor
: sympathises with any side in particular.
: He had a very through knowledge of the
: history and politics of the Middle East
: and if he were alive today, I feel sure he
: would be deeply distressed about the
: present situation in Palestine.
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: I'm just wondering, did Whittemore sympathise
: strongly with either side in the middle
: east conflict?