Merge CERN and Mecca
The CERN collider complex in Europe, where physicists race particles in a circle, and the Kaaba, in Mecca, where Muslim pilgrims travel in a circle, should be united to achieve a balance between the material and spiritual worlds.
Muslims on the Hajj reach out to God; scientists at CERN reach for the God particle.
The Kaaba and the Large Hadron Collider, near Geneva, Switzerland, are polar opposites about 4,100 kilometers apart and represent the divisions between the West and Islam. This imbalance will not end until the two structures come together. As it would be impractical to dismantle the LHC and reconstruct it in Saudi Arabia, Mohammed must come to the mountain: the Alps. The Kaaba, a fairly small building, could be taken apart and reassembled above ground in the center of the LHC circle.
When the circling at the Kaaba and the LHC are synchronized, we may open the gate to Heaven or the gate to Hell, depending on what is in the hearts of the scientists and Muslim pilgrims.
The Swiss, known for their clockwork precision, would be better at crowd control than the Saudis, whose mismanagement of the Hajj rituals has resulted in thousands of deaths over the years. On the other hand, moving the Kaaba to the French-Swiss border could be interpreted as an introduction of the Caliphate into Europe.