So YES, according to W3C, YOU DO HAVE TO convert & into &
:) Sorry for this :)

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  XQDoc doesn't handle & in URLs

Status in Zorba - The XQuery Processor:

Bug description:
  If one has a URL within XQDoc documentation that contains a &, e.g.:

  : When using the WordNet implementation,
  : Zorba supports all of the relationships (and their abbreviations)
  : specified by
  : <a 

  the parser complains:

  can not parse as XML for xqdoc: loader parsing error: EntityRef: expecting ';'
  ; raised at 

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