Maybe it will foster the understanding that the Religious Hierarchy does not always interpret the pronouncements of God/Allah/Whoever correctly.
Fundamentalism, founded on the Records of any Faith, has long been a Worldwide problem. These records the, Bible/Torah/Koran/Veda, are fixed within the understanding of their Authors and subsequent Scribes/Copiers, who we know were not 100% accurate, and frequently interpreted what they read in a manner that was understandable to themselves.
There may be one God, in whose House are many Mansions, I just wish that the "High Heed Yins" of all the Faiths would accept that there may be others around that have just as good a claim to Truth as they do.
There is nothing in this world worse than a religious fundamentalist who cannot for a moment contemplate that other people have a perfect right to believe in and worship their own god, in their own way, and that no God or prophet worthy of the name would contemplate telling followers to harm, let alone kill non-believers.
Anyone who wishes to think that he or she has the answers to living a good and righteous life, or that he or she will be reincarnated, or whatever, is perfectly at liberty to carry on as far as I'm concerned, as long as they don't patronise me with all that 'I know the way to salvation and everlasting joy' nonsense.
I can't believe that praying in the wrong direction can have any bearing on the efficacy of the prayers.
When I worked offshore in the Arabian/persian Gulf I saw a Saudi praying facing an Iranian Rig about 2 miles away, obviously facing the wrong way. When he finished I said to him I thought you had to face Mecca when you pray. He said yes, so I pointed out his mistake. He became very upset, saying his prayer was invalid and prayer time had finished. He prayed again in the right direction hoping Allah would accept it.