In the olden days, Jews were required to visit our Temple three times a year to pay their respects. In the modern Jewish world, Auschwitz has become the new centre for Jewish religious pilgrimage. This article describes how the Israeli ambassador to Poland (that well-reknowned centre of Judophilia) visited the camp with his "Palestiniain" counterpart. Naturally, Khaled Ghazal said all the right things to avoid causing an inflammatory reaction to his presence there. No matter. We all know what he was thinking while he was mouthing those platitudes:
"Next year in Jerusalem, inshallah."