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Sina Haft Abadi
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John V
a month ago
There is much evidence now that the traditional Temple Mount complete with Wailing Wall is the remains of Fort Antonia built by the Romans. It adjoined the actual temple on the threshing floor of the City of David just south of the al aqasa mosque. It was copiously supplied with water by the Gihon Spring, very necessary for temple sacrificial activities. Supposedly the rock protrusion in the Dome of the Rock is where Jesus faced Pilate for sentencing. The muslim fetish re sites of Dome and al aqsa is completley unfounded and is of no consequence re the building of the third temple in the City of David.
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Danny Herman
2 months ago
The Temple Mount is perhaps the holiest mountain in the world! It was the location of the Jewish temple in antiquity, but since the 7th centurt is a holy Muslim site. Visits to the site qre quite limited for non-Muslims, still, it is a highly recommended experience for any visitor to Israel!
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Ariel Weiss
a month ago
there's a big gold dome where the temples supposed to be.. was very disappointed
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Barton Woolf
3 weeks ago
This is truly a very holy site. I do have one question for those that are of the Muslim Islamic faith. This is in no way to disrespect or insult those of the Muslim faith. If it is such holy place for those of Islam, then why do those of the Muslim faith treat the site as a soccer field, or when they pray, why do they pray with their faces away from this holy site and face towards Mecca only? If this is such a holy place as stated by those of the Muslim faith, I would think that anyone of your faith would not treat the holy ground in such a manner as playing ball there. Again, this is not meant to show disrespect to the people of Muslim faith, just some activity happening while seeing this beautiful place. I saw both young and adults of the Muslim faith exhibiting this type of behavior on the grounds of this most holy site but not one from any other religious faith and yes, I was over there for several weeks so I could just be in the same vicinity of all the wonderful people there. I was treated with kindness and respect from all walks of life and from all manner of religious affiliation. I thank you in advance for any honest answers from those of the Muslim Islamic faith.
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Divinoamor
2 months ago
You don't need to pray here to pray to God. God cannot be contained in a small building, the Temple, the Ark of the covenant were mere symbols of what was to come. Just like God poured out his spirit to Moses and the 70 elders, God gave us his Holy Spirit. Now our bodies are the living temples of God. Only those who accept Yehoshua the Messiah will receive the gift of God's spirit. No matter how much you pray here, it is an abandoned building to God. God is what made this place Holy, not the temple. His presence is not dwelling there, nor is it dwelling in Mecca. As God promised Abraham, all the Nations will be blessed by your offspring. ( 1 offspring, not many) This offspring is the YHVH himself in the flesh. Also known as his title Jesus the Messiah, Yehoshua the Messiah. Jesus Christ was fully man by the flesh of Mary and Fully God by the Spirit of God. The Spirit of God dwelt in the flesh. God promised to King David, your son will be my Son... You will have a king forever. Jesus Christ is that eternal king. Jesus Christ first came to free Israel from their sinful spiritual bondage. Jesus Christ lived a sinless life. He was a living Nazarite vow as described in the book of numbers. Jesus Christ became our High Priest for us, never needing to sacrifice for himself, He offered himself as an atonement once in for all, to all who believe in Him. All who trust in Jesus Christ, are putting their hands on the head of the ultimate sacrificial lamb. Jesus Christ destroyed the symbolic spiritual barrier from the Tabernacle, the curtain veil that separates the Holy place from the most Holy place. That veil was the symbolic separation of the sin that separated man from God. Jesus Christ made a way for us through that barrier, a barrier only God himself can break. He paid it with His life. Aaron as a High Priest could only enter once a year to intercede for the people in the most Holy place. In the symbolic Ark of the Covenant or Mercy Seat, that represented God's throne in Heaven. Jesus Christ entered the real Holy of Holies, He is next to the Father interceding for us day and night. This is why Jerusalem's temple was done away with good. Why the Leviticus atonements are done with. Jesus Christ is the real bread of life, greater than the mana that Moses and the people ate that came from heaven. Jesus Christ is God with us, Emmanuel. The Messiah already came and defeated death and broke the chains that Sin has on all who believe in Him. When Jesus Christ comes back again, it will to judge and not save.
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Michael Citrome
a month ago
Waited in line over an hour for a table, and the waiter did not bring us a bread basket. Octopus appetizer was exactly how I remembered it, but I was disappointed to learn the the Russian salad was no longer on the menu. I had the veal, which was delicious, but my dining companion's salmon filet was overcooked. Desserts were nothing special. The cheesecake was tasty, but the waiter told us that it is brought in every day. In all, the Temple Mount is a nice place for a casual dinner before the theater or the apocalypse, but not for a special occasion.
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Jim Bob
6 months ago
The Temple Mount belongs to Israel, to the Jews and its time people wake up and accept that, actually much more land was given to them by God than they have right now. There is a day coming when the Temple WILL be rebuilt and no one can stop that, and the day is coming when Jesus Himself comes back and sits down on the throne. God promise to Israel, the Jews will never be broken.