Leftist pundit DAILY BEAST profiles #CryForZion in extensive reportage. while admirably trying to go in-depth, the DAILY BEAST manages to miss central issues of who is being abused on the #TempleMount, who is doing the discriminating, and why. The article is better than might be expected. It is good that Temple Mount awareness continues to grow. But the article’s editorial worldview is clearly aimed at feeding the worst fears of a leftist readership obsessed with all things Trump and prejudiced caricatures of conservative Christians.
With Christian Temple Mount specialist Joseph Good, we continue exposing the dangers of the hoax that the Temple was in the City of David and we dive deep into the archeology of Jerusalem. Joseph Good has dedicated over 35 years to the study of the Temple Mount from Christian, Jewish, and archeological sources. He is a leading Christian voice on all Temple related topics. “Temple Mount Report,” with hosts Doron Keidar and John Enarson, promises to be a valuable source of research, facts, up-to-date archeological discoveries – helping you sort through all the rumors and fads that are flooding the internet concerning the Temple Mount. Filmed on location in Jerusalem, it invites you to take a closer look at the holiest place on earth.
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The following story is told of the great French leader, Napoleon Bonaparte. He once was traveling through a small Jewish town in Europe. He entered a synagogue. There he saw an incredible sight. Men and women weeping. They were sitting on the floor on small stools holding candles while reading from books. The synagogue had an elaborate chandelier but only a few candles were lit. If not for the small candle lights the magnificent synagogue would have been in complete darkness. It was a gloomy and sad sight to behold.
In an exciting development, Ynet News reported that: “Labor and Likud MKs have joined forces on a new bill that proposes to allow Jews to pray at the Temple Mount compound – for the first time since the destruction of the Second Temple, as Jews are currently barred from praying at the site.
“MK Miri Regev (Likud) and MK Hilik Bar (Labor) are expected to introduce the bill for discussion in the Knesset. It aims to extend freedom of worship on the Temple Mount to the level allowed in Hebron’s Cave of the Patriarchs, where Jews and Muslims share the holy site.
Busting modern myths about the Temple Mount – Setting the facts straight concerning the much contested topic of the location of the Temples. This first season of the Temple Mount Report with Doron Keidar and John Enarson promises to be a valuable source of research, facts, up-to-date archeological discoveries – helping you sort through all the rumors and fads that are flooding the internet concerning the Temple Mount today. Filmed on location in Jerusalem, it invites you to take a closer look at the holiest place on earth.
There is a growing popularity in the myth about the “true” location of the Temple Mount today led by enthusiast Bob Cornuke through his book “TEMPLE: Amazing New Discoveries That Change Everything About the Location of Solomon’s Temple” and his exposure on Christian television.
If you are interested in learning the true location of the Temple Mount then please watch the video above by Joseph Good, one of the leading experts in the Christian world on this topic who has researched this subject extensively. Unlike many other enthusiast Joseph Good has done due diligence in his research.
Regardless of its security merits, Israel’s decision to place metal detectors at the entrances to the Temple Mount has been transformed by adversaries and Israel into an issue of sovereignty and so it is. Power-sharing never works.
By Prof. Hillel Frisch, 24/07/17 10:30AM
Why is Israeli sovereignty over the Temple Mount so important? Because international “partnership” arrangements in political hotspots not only rarely (if ever) work, but make matters much more volatile and dangerous. At the Temple Mount, only exclusive Israeli sovereignty can work.
Many partnerships over contested areas have been attempted, and they have led to only one outcome: failure. In 1949, for example, the UN tried to broker deals between Israel and Syria over demilitarized zones delimited in the Armistice Agreement. The three areas were perennial hotspots over which much blood was shed. They were only resolved (as are most Middle Eastern political conflicts) by a decisive victory and the establishment of Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights. Before that, it was bedlam. Since then, there have been 40 years of quiet.
In this next episode of the Joshua and Caleb Report, you will hear from a man that has lived and breathed Jerusalem for many years. What does Jerusalem mean for the Jewish people? Should our house be built when God’s House lies in ruins? Do the nations have a place to worship in the restored Temple?
These questions and more will be answered by Ari Abramowitz as you walk through the streets of Jerusalem with him, finishing on a rooftop overlooking the Temple Mount as he issues a call for the nations.