Israeli Archeologist Finds Artifacts from Time of Solomon’s Temple

Via Canadian Jewish News: Yuval Baruch, Jerusalem's district archeologist at the Israel Antiquities Authority, made archeological history in October 2007 when he uncovered pottery artifacts on the site of Jerusalem's Temple Mount dating from the time of King Solomon's Temple (the First Jewish Temple). "The Muslim Waqf does not allow Israeli archeologists to conduct any excavations on the site. But…

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First-Temple Building Remains Found Near the Jewish Holy Temple Mount

While Muslims huddle in their stench-filled darkened rooms, conniving new ways to fabricate their history and concoct schemes to murder innocent Jews, the Israel Antiquities Authority announces that for the first time in the history of the archaeological research of Jerusalem that building remains from the First Temple period have been exposed so close to the Temple Mount – on…

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Muslims Declare Jewish Temples Never Existed In Jerusalem

By The Editors of On the day that archaeologists announced discovering on the Temple Mount fragments of table vessels and animal bones dating back to Solomon's Temple in the eight century B.C.E. -- the former Mufti of Jerusalem and Fatah's adviser on Jerusalem declared "There was never a Jewish Temple on al-Aqsa (The Temple Mount) and there is no…

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