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Solomon’s Temple-Era Artifacts Found for First Time on Temple Mount

Originally posted: https://www.bridgesforpeace.com/2016/11/solomons-temple-era-artifacts-found-first-time-temple-mount/ November 4, 2016 Volunteer groups sifting material from the Temple Mount in the Emek Tzurim National Park Friday, 04 November 2016 | Artifacts including tiny shards of clay and bone from the time of Solomon’s Temple were unearthed for the first time on the Temple Mount, Israeli archaeologists revealed on Thursday. The… Keep Reading

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Why Is the Temple Mount So Important?

Via DailyAlert, from Why Is the Temple Mount So Important?: Dr. Gabriel Barkay, a professor of biblical archaeology at Bar-Ilan University and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, explained in an interview the Jewish and Christian connections to the Temple Mount and why it is vital to stop the destruction of Jewish antiquities on the Temple… Keep Reading

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Biblical Destruction by Arabs on Temple Mount

From WSJ: Within the last few days, a trench two-feet deep — starting from the northern end of the platform where Jerusalem’s Dome of the Rock sits — has begun working its way toward the southern end of the Temple Mount. The work is being done without any regard for the archaeological information or treasures… Keep Reading

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More Islamist Rage at the Holy Jewish Temple Mount

The more one thinks about it, the more convincing is that Muslims want a global bloody war.  For Islamists, the rule is “whatever the traffic will bear” and everyone puts up with it.  Islamists seize their opportunities, test their foes, and probe their weak spots. Pay close attention to the Media’s pernicious usage of the… Keep Reading

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Photos of the Temple Mount (1922)

Here is a photo of the dilapidated mosque of Omar, also referred to as “the Dome of the Rock” in Jerusalem and a photo of the first edition book in which it was printed, from 1922. Note the utter disarray and lack of use of the third holiest site in Islam. Like I wrote here,… Keep Reading

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