“She said the family wants to donate the land to the cause of the advancement of intercultural and inter-religious dialogue, and is also seeking to prevent the establishment of a settlement there.” —Muna Husseini, the London-based granddaughter of the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem, who was infamous for collaborating with the Nazis, wants to use the Mufti’s land for peace purposes, writes Haaretz.
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