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#1 bishadi

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Posted 29 September 2014 - 02:54 PM





Internet fundraising enabled a group that wants to build a third temple on the most disputed site in the Arab-Israeli conflict to gather $105,000 for architectural plans.

The Temple Institute, based in the Old City of Jerusalem, used Indiegogo.com to collect 882 pledges of between $18 and $5,000 for the project in two months, according to Rabbi Chaim Richman, its international director. The money would pay for a complete schematic work-up of what the temple would be, he said in a phone interview.

The group wants to build the shrine on the site Jews call the Temple Mount and Muslims know as the Haram Sharif, where the Dome of the Rock and al-Aqsa mosque, Islams third-holiest site, stand today. Any Israeli construction near the site has triggered condemnations from Palestinians with warnings that it could lead to violence. To avoid friction after it captured east Jerusalem in the 1967 war, Israel put the area under authority of the Muslim religious body known as the waqf.

Jews revere the hilltop as the home of their two destroyed ancient temples and pray daily for its reconstruction. The competing claims have led to periodic riots in which scores have been killed on the site. It has also become one of the central tipping points that have kept the two sides from reaching a peace agreement.

To contact the reporter on this story: Jonathan Ferziger in Tel Aviv at jferziger@bloomberg.net

To contact the editors responsible for this story: Alaa Shahine at asalha@bloomberg.net Laurie Asseo



Funds Raised for Temple Plan at Arab-Israeli Flashpoint


By Jonathan Ferziger Sep 28, 2014 3:00 PM MT

http://www.bloomberg...flashpoint.html


Any here read any Bloomberg?


The plans for that temple have been drawn up for 2 thousand years. What the fund is for is to see if the support is there, for the exact problem, that I keep sharing with the Pravda gang; the cause of ww3; the war over 'the hill' (Armageddon)
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#2 bishadi

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Posted 30 September 2014 - 01:43 PM

Yehuda Glick is an American-born Jew who spends most of every day preparing for the arrival of the Messiah in Israel. He was the Executive Director of the Temple Institute before joining the Temple Mount Heritage Foundation. The Temple Mount, or Mount Moriah, is believed to be the site of the Foundation Stone, the Holy of Holies from where God gathered the dust to create Adam and it is also the site of the first Temple built by King Solomon


https://www.themirac...age-foundation/

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http://www.israelnat...ash.aspx/305108

Yehuda Glick, head of the LIBA Movement for Freedom of Movement on the Temple Mount, applauded the determination of police forces on Wednesday morning in coping with the Arab rioters on the Mount.

“Because of this, roughly 100 Jews have entered Temple Mount thus far. It seems that when the police want to, they can cope, and a world war does not automatically erupt,” he added


He is aware that WW3 is on the edge and still doing it anyway.
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#3 bishadi

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Posted 05 October 2014 - 04:17 PM

Are You Ready?

Are you ready for the peace we all long for in the Middle East?

The Third Temple in Jerusalem will be the House of Prayer for all nations. Every prophet of Israel, without exception, prophesied that the Temple would be rebuilt, ushering a new era of universal harmony and peace. The "movement" to rebuild the Holy Temple was born almost 2,000 years ago, at the moment of the Second Temple's Destruction.

OUR SUCCESSFUL CAMPAIGN TO RAISE $100,000 HAS CONCLUDED. If you would like to support the work of the Temple Institute you can make your donation here: https://www.templein....org/donate.htm

After millennia of yearning, only one organization is paving the way for the rebuilding of the Temple. The Temple Institute (מכון המקדש) located in the Old City of Jerusalem is a research organization dedicated to the preparing for the construction of the Third Temple, including the recreation of 60 sacred Temple vessels ready for use once the Temple is rebuilt. These include the High Priest's breastplate featuring the twelve precious stones of the tribes of Israel, the half-ton golden menorah, and the musical instrument of the Levitical choir.

Now is time for one of its most ambitious projects yet: completing architectural plans for the actual construction, fusing ancient texts and modern technology. While strictly adhering to the religious requirements set forth in Biblical texts, the Third Temple will also be equipped with every modern amenity: full computerization, underground parking, temperature control, elevators, docks for public transportation, wheelchair access, and much more.

It is not enough to wait and pray for the Third Temple. It is a Biblical obligation to build it.


Where Will Your Money Go?



The Temple Institute has engaged an architect to map out the modern Third Temple's construction. Your contribution will go towards completing this ambitious project and the continued research and development which will make the Third Temple a reality.

With every detail of the future Temple's requirements listed in the written and oral law, our architects are not only designers, but Torah scholars who will ensure that everything is built to the highest modern standards, while adhering to the letter of Jewish law.



https://www.indiegog...third-temple--3



"while adhering to the letter of Jewish law"


there is your caliphate................
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Posted 18 November 2014 - 03:13 PM


Note the date of the thread, the comment on the nasty glick and then below to note that the sob was shot.
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http://www.jpost.com...-shot-me-382028

Yehuda Glick: Terrorist called me 'an enemy of al-Aksa and shot me
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Ashkenazi Chief Rabbi David Lau visited Yehudah Glick, the Temple Mount activist who was shot in an assassination attempt last month, at the Shaare Zedek Medical Center in Jerusalem on Monday.

Glick was the victim of an assassination attempt at the end of October and was shot at point-blank range. He is now awake, breathing without assistance and fully communicative.

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lots of people ranting and raving on many issues of the globe, but that gold domed spot, the hill, is what starts armegeddon/ww3.
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any ideas on how to stop it?

My best idea so far, is give Israel the gold domed location, for Israel to disarm completely. They get the holy holy spot and 'god' and the world has a chance at peace.........

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.......... Otherwise, if that spot is nuked Ezek 22:19-22), than all three religions of Abraham (dan 7:8), fall and then any religious wingnut, claiming and ranting on religious belief, could end up a target as no one will ever accept religious morons to lead, ever again.
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Posted 18 November 2014 - 03:22 PM

Bishadi seriously shut up...we all know that ISIS/ISIL/AL QAEDA are the CIA/Mossad..They already stole the bomb (for their false flag) from Minot Air force base a few years ago...

 

 

Good God dude where have you been?


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#6 bishadi

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Posted 18 November 2014 - 04:04 PM

Bishadi seriously shut up...we all know that ISIS/ISIL/AL QAEDA are the CIA/Mossad..



No,

and I am writing on the cause, not the cia/mossad creations.

You have your subject matter as that is where the goofs rant; "conspiracy". But I keep both feet on the ground to find out what could cause people to go so nuts.

They already stole the bomb (for their false flag) from Minot Air force base a few years ago...


what's the stolen bomba for? Were you in that meeting too or perhaps you have to do a google search?

Good God dude where have you been?


working on cancer

let me know, if you have direct contact with researchers. Tell them to see the FAIMS from the Owl company. Read how that chip works.

Stupid easy

But here on Pravda, you guys have old science work and comments I have made for almost 10yrs.

Here on Pravda you can look at the predictions of everything from science, to how life itself works, thru to the war of all wars. I speak in the first, because I actually do the homework, myself. .
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Posted 20 November 2014 - 06:27 PM

How many know Rev Lott ?


http://www.pbs.org/w...gs/forcing.html Great article.... Below are just a couple bits


In the spring of 1989, a Pentecostal preacher named Clyde Lott was thumbing through the Bible, looking up all the references to cows. This wasn't so odd, given that Lott is one of the leading cattle breeders in the Southeast. At the time, he specialized in raising show cattle for youngsters involved in 4-H clubs and the Future Farmers of America. His office, in Canton, Mississippi, contains many ribbons, plaques, and trophies, including awards for two national championships in judging and showmanship. As it happens, the Old Testament is full of references to cows and cattle; it is, after all, a history of an agricultural people. When Lott turned to Numbers 19, he read one of the many conversations that God had with Moses and his brother Aaron as they led the Jews through the desert toward the Promised Land. "Speak unto the children of Israel," the Lord commanded, "that they bring thee a red heifer without spot, wherein is no blemish, and upon which never came a yoke." The cow will be given to a priest to slay, the Lord continued, and burned on a pyre of cedar, hyssop, and a strand of scarlet thread. Then the ashes of the heifer will be mixed with water and used to purify those who have been exposed to death. Anyone who fails to be purified "shall be cut off from among the congregation, because he hath defiled the sanctuary of the Lord."
This is one of the most mysterious injunctions in the Bible. Even King Solomon, who was said to understand the meaning of all things, could not explain the reason for the red heifer. Clyde Lott didn't understand it, either



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Every Tuesday, just as the Al-Aqsa mosque is emptying of worshippers for the noon prayers, Rabbi Yosef Elboim arrives at the Maghariba Gate. A small, wiry man with a white beard and scraggly earlocks, he wears a black frock coat, and a homburg rides insecurely on the back of his head. As Elboim changes from his street shoes into a pair of slippers, guards begin to talk nervously on their walkie-talkies. "Make it quick," one tells him.

"When I was thirteen, the Six-Day War took place," Elboim said, as he began his weekly stroll around the perimeter of the Haram al-Sharif. "I heard on the radio that the Temple Mount had been captured, and I was very excited. I was sure that all the government bodies were gathered together with the rabbis, planning how and when to build the Temple. A year later, I woke up to the reality of betrayal. I set about trying to find other people who were interested and who cared." The Rabbi walked inside a small cordon of security police. Some Arab children in school uniform coming out of an Islamic school looked at him in amazement. There are several groups of Jews who make a point of defying the rabbinical ban against Jews walking on the Temple Mount, but, unlike Elboim, they are not ultra-Orthodox, so his presence here is all the more jarring.

For a while, Elboim continued, he joined forces with Gershon Salomon, but then he formed his own organization, Tnua Lechinun Hamikdash (Movement for Establishment of the Temple). "We started by making holy vessels and ritual garments worn by the priests, so that we could have all this ready for when the time comes," Elboim said. Now his organization has announced a controversial new project: a home for boys who will become cohanim -- members of the priestly caste who ran the Temple. "During the time of the Temple, the ashes of the red heifer were kept in containers, so when the priests saw they were running out of ashes they would use up the old ones and make some more. But today we don't have any 'Leftovers.' So it's important to take children, even before they are born, and bring them up in a place where there is no chance for them to come into contact with the dead." During the era of the Second Temple, boy priests were raised in compounds built on solid bedrock, out of the range of any possible gravesites.

Elboim claims that he has already received offers from four families to donate their future children to his effort, but he expects to need at least nineteen, in part so that the boys will have companionship, but also because there are more than seventy blemishes that can disqualify a boy from becoming a priest. He says that a Jewish settlement near Jerusalem is willing to build a special enclosure for the priestly boys so that they will never have to set foot on the ground. There will be an elevated courtyard where they can play. According to Ha'aretz, some of the other people involved with Elboim's plan are former members of Kach, an outlawed far-right religious party. The boys will not be permitted to leave the compound until their bar mitzvah, at the age of thirteen, at which time, according to tradition, they will become adults and are old enough to slaughter and prepare the ashes of a red heifer. In response to the suggestions that have appeared in the press that such treatment constitutes child abuse, Elboim points out that the boys will not be unattended--they will be able to receive family and visitors, who have undergone purification in a mikvah, or ritual bath, and put on special clothing, and they will be educated and allowed to play with computers. Their lives would be no worse than that of Christian or Buddhist monks, or certain child athletes, Elboim contends. There would be no point in having a red heifer, Elboim believes, without a priestly caste to prepare the sacrifice.

In August, 1996, a surprising development occurred: another red calf was born, this time in Israel, on a farm outside Haifa run by a religious high school. "I had some doubts about it from the very beginning," says Rabbi Shmaria Shore, whose son came running to him with the news of the birth. "But I saw that she was very red, and I couldn't see hairs of any other color, so I ended up contacting some rabbinical authorities, and some people from Jerusalem eventually came." The rabbis examined the calf, which Shore had named Tslil, a name that means a musical note, but which he translated as Melody.

To Shore's amazement, the rabbis pronounced Melody a qualified red heifer, despite the fact that he had begun to notice a few stray white hairs around her tail and udder, and her eyebrows, which had started out red, had turned black. Also, the calf would not qualify as a heifer for two years, and by then many other imperfections might come to light. "I decided to play along, in order to downplay it," he says now. The rabbis carried the news of the miraculous birth back to Jerusalem, and soon a pilgrimage of Orthodox Jews and international press seeking "the Holy Heifer from Haifa" began turning up in the small religious community of Kfar Hasidim, where Melody now resided under armed guard. No red heifer, it was said, had been born in Israel since the destruction of the Temple. "It is written that it is the tenth red heifer that the Messiah will discover, and here we have the tenth heifer," one of the rabbis said on Israel Radio.

Muslims and a majority of Jews reacted in alarm. A columnist for Ha'aretz called for the cow to be shot immediately and "every molecule" destroyed. "The potential harm from this heifer is far greater than the destructive properties of a regular terrorist bomb," David Landau wrote. Even Rabbi Shore cautioned that the time had not come to rebuild the Temple. But Melody was creating her own reality. Jewish longing for the Temple, Christian hopes for the rapture, and Muslim paranoia about the destruction of the mosques were being stirred to an apocalyptic boil.

"In any case, she solved the problem herself by growing a white tail," Rabbi Shore says now. No longer kosher, Melody has rejoined the herd, but she is pregnant, Shore says, by a "reddish" bull.

The Reverend Lott had been suspicious of Melody's qualifications, but the episode alerted him and Rabbi Richman to the sensational political consequences of their project. Nevertheless, on the eve of the ninth day of the Hebrew month of Av, in 1997--coincidentally, the day on which the destruction of both the First and Second Temples is commemorated--Lott, Richman, and a group of West Bank settlers reached an agreement to provide land to raise red cattle. Lott and Richman are partners, but, in the event that Lott is raptured with the Church, Richman and the settlers will assume entire control of the operation. This December, they are planning to ship five hundred pregnant cows to the Jordan Valley. The cattle are being bred in Nebraska, on a three-thousand acre spread devoted to Red Angus. There seems little doubt that a red heifer that meets all the Halakic criteria will soon be born in Israel, possibly early next year. Land that Lott has found is in the occupied West Bank--"some of the most hotly contested land in the world," he admitted recently to a revival audience in Gulf Shores, Alabama. "It's going to require feedlots, slaughter-houses -- a whole new economy." He will also ship frozen embryos from Dixie and other donor cows, along with select sperm, to be held in safekeeping until after the tribulation. According to Lott, his efforts will ensure that "in the first one or two or three decades of the millennial reign Israel will be able to go into the tanks, pull out those frozen embryos, and place them in cows. And in one generation, whatever they lost in he tribulation, they will have the very best cows on the face of the earth....She will be able to get the rest of the world back on its feet again, agriculturally, from a livestock point of view."

Jerusalem makes a cult of holiness, one that fuels the passion and yearning of millions for a personal encounter with God. "In the Old Testament, time and time again it says this is God's house, this is where God dwells," says Father Jerome Murphy-O'Connor, a professor of New Testament at the Ecole Biblique et Ecole Archeologique Francaise, in Jerusalem. "The assumption was that God's power and protection were most efficacious in this place. Hence the importance of pilgrimage to Jerusalem, pilgrimage to the Temple." For centuries, believers have streamed into the city in order to bathe in this sense of divinity and to marvel at the site that all three religions believe will be the place of the Last Judgment. On that day, both Evangelical Christians and Orthodox Jews expect their Messiah to stride down from the Mount of Olives and burst through the Golden Gate. Many Muslims believe that the Ka'aba--the holiest place in Mecca--will be transported to Jerusalem, and that all the dead will meet again in the streets of the city. As long as such mythologies are taken literally, the struggle for Jerusalem and the Temple Mount will never end. The religious carnage that has marked every era of this maddened city will continue, because whoever controls Jerusalem controls access to the sacred places. It is a way of owning God
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