He went to a synagogue, to thank them. He had also gone to a mosque and to several churches to say thank you, all in Cape Town. He had to go and say, ‘Thank you.’ He thought that was very important. That was his characteristic strength, that if you had gone to someone to ask them to assist you, the right thing to do afterwards was to go and say, ‘Thank you’. Now remember he got into a lot of trouble because he had hugged Yasser Arafat, so he also thought he should explain that relationship with Yasser Arafat and he used that synagogue to explain, that this was really a comrade, and you don’t dump a comrade. He did that very well – he went to a mosque with the Muslim judicial Council. The church he went to was St George’s Cathedral with Archbishop Tutu and he went to his own church, the Methodist Church - that was very important to him; there was a spiritual side to him although he always said that religion was between a person and their God, it had nothing to do with anyone else.