"If there's one building in Jerusalem that represents the tangle of religions in this city, this is it. The ground floor is a Jewish holy site said to house the tomb of the biblical King David. The second floor is the Cenacle, a Christian holy site, the room believed to be the site of Jesus' Last Supper. On the roof, there's an old minaret from when this place was marked a Muslim holy site. One building, three religions, decades of property disputes. And the fight isn't over."
Read the entire article here: Vatican, Israel Spar Over Disputed Last Supper Site.
And if that's got your attention, wait until you see the fight that develops over the revelations of the Cenacle Scroll. Opening chapters here...
A little more on the story here: Holy Thursday: Agreement over the Cenacle?