The Washington Post Correction on Judaism’s Holiest Site

The Washington Post published a correction on what is Judaism’s holiest site.
 
Error (Washington Post, Janine Zacharia, 12/4/10): Jerusalem rabbis this week held a special prayer for rain at Judaism’s holiest site, the Western Wall.
 
Correction (12/29/10): A Dec. 4 A-section article about a wildfire in Israel incorrectly described the Western Wall, where a prayer for rain was held, as Judaism’s holiest site. The wall is the holiest place Jews can pray, but the Temple Mount is considered Judaism’s holiest site.