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The infinite and unbreakable Jewish connection to the Holy Temple Mount

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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… Keep Reading

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Jews demand right to pray on Temple Mount

Via WND: Rabbinic leaders and Temple Mount activist groups have demanded the Israeli government allow Jews to pray on the Temple Mount – Judaism’s holiest site. Israeli restrictions forbid Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount and only allow Jews to ascend for certain hours on some days while the Mount is open to muslims year… Keep Reading

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Quarry for Temple Mount’s Giant Rocks – Found

Via INN: The Antiquities Authority announced today that it has found the quarry that supplied the giant stones for the building of the Temple Mount. The quarry is located in what is now one of Jerusalem’s newest neighborhoods, Ramat Shlomo (also known as Reches Shuafat), between Ramot and French Hill. The quarry was found in… Keep Reading

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Q&A on the Temple Mount with Dr. Eilat Mazar

Renowned archeologist Dr. Eilat Mazar of the Hebrew University and the Shalem Center answers JPost’s readers’ questions about the Mughrabi Gate dispute and the status of the Temple Mount in recent years. Of the hundreds of questions received, here are 20 which encompass the major issues at hand. John, Hong Kong: The Muslims claim the… Keep Reading

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Today in Jewish History – Tishrei 8

Sponsored by Aish: In 825 BCE, the Jewish people began a 14-day celebration to dedicate the Holy Temple in Jerusalem. The Temple project was initiated by King David, and built by his son, King Solomon. Solomon’s Temple was the spiritual center of Jewish life for 410 years, until its destruction by the Babylonians in 422… Keep Reading

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