Tzfat Chief Rabbi declares ‘next step is the Temple Mount’

Rabbi Eliyahu reveals growing spiritual awakening seen in Lag B’Omer festivities, next stage is ‘going up to the Mount, nothing less.’

Ahead of the Lag B’Omer celebrations on Wednesday night, Tzfat (Safed) Chief Rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu spoke to Arutz Sheva about the spiritual awakening of the Jewish nation in Israel – and declared the “next step” in that process is to control the Temple Mount.

By Arutz Sheva Staff, First Publish: 5/25/2016, 11:24 AM

The Mount, which was the site of the First and Second Temples and is the holiest site in Judaism, remains under the de facto control of the Jordanian Waqf despite having been liberated in the 1967 Six Day War. The Waqf bans Jews from praying at the site and imposes harsh limitations and discrimination at the holy site. Read more

Israeli Activist May Golan: Temple Mount and Tel Aviv

45,711 refugees and asylum seekers live in Israel as of April 2015, of which 92% are from Eritrea or Sudan. Many of them are Muslim fanatics and have caused a serious problem in Southern Tel-Aviv where many of them have been settled by the Israeli government.

May Golan has been campaigning for this serious issue of the lawlessness of Southern Tel-Aviv due to the refugees and asylum seekers to be covered by the mainstream leftist dominated media for years. Thanks to her perseverance, it has become a hot issue picked up by the political parties all the way to the Prime Ministers Office.

May Golan and her genuine passion shines through in all of her media contributions, not just to fight for the poor and downtrodden peoples of South Tel Aviv – but for all Jews that care to maintain and if necessary fight for the State of Israel to remain the established home of the Jewish people. ​

May Golan has founded the “The Hebrew City” movement in which she fights for the Jewish identity of Southern Tel-Aviv.

For more information on May Golan go to: http://www.maygolan.com/

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