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Jerusalem has always been the very focal point of Judaism and Israel. 

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Not from Jewrusalem?

1 week ago

Photos from the scene of an Islamic terror attack in Jerusalem today.  A 20-year-old Jewish woman is fighting for her life and the Muslim Arab terrorist has been arrested.  This terrorist will join the ranks of other Muslim extremist terrorists who receive a salary from the Palestinian Authority.  This behavior, especially on the Jewish holiday of Pesach, underscores their desire to use Jerusalem for terror and not peace.

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When the Jewish state takes back the Temple Mount, then it is over.

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2 weeks ago

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The shame is that Jews are only allowed to pray on the outside of the Western Wall of the Holy Temple. Jews are only allowed onto the Temple Mount at certain times of certain days and are not allowed to pray while there!!!

This is MORE than a shame.... I have OTHER words for it!!!!! 🙁

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Yep or morons

3 weeks ago

Did you know?  Jewish People come from around the world to ascend Jerusalems Har HaBayit (Temple Mount) to be as close to Gods essence as possible.  This closest spot is the site of the first and second Holy Temples, and where the third Temple will one day stand.  Despite 2,000 years of exile, the people of Israel always hold this spot as the holiest and most special site in the world.  Due to this, the devout undergo extensive preparations to ensure that they ascend only in holiness - just as the Israelites have done for thousands of years.

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We look forward to spreading the TRUTH about Jerusalem with the newly confirmed U.S. Ambassador to Israel, David Friedman!

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PURIM ON THE TEMPLE MOUNT!

Neither Sundays sand storm, nor Mondays rainstorm kept Purim observers from the Temple Mount.

The incidents recorded in the scroll of Esther took place during the historical period in which 42,000 Jews had returned from the Babylonian exile with Ezra, in order to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem and to rebuild the Holy Temple. The building of the second Temple was met with fierce local opposition and with all sorts of international intrigues determined to put a halt to the rebuilding of the Holy Temple forever.

One of those most fervently opposed to the building of the Holy Temple was the great hater of the Jews of Persia, (modern day Iran) Haman, whose influence over King Ahashverosh nearly proved fatal to the dispersed nation of Israel.

It was Mordechai the Jew, who refused to bow down in obeisance to Haman, who ultimately caused Hamans downfall.
Sound familiar? No wonder! The same opposition to the rebuilding of the Holy Temple exists today and the same threats to exterminate the Jews are emanating today from the same place they where heard in the scroll of Esther: Iran!

And now for the happy ending:
Therefore, the Jewish villagers, who live in open towns, make the fourteenth day of the month of Adar [a day of] joy and feasting and a festive day, and of sending portions to one another.

And Mordecai inscribed these things and sent letters to all the Jews who were in all the provinces of King Ahasuerus, both near and far, to enjoin them to make the fourteenth day of the month of Adar and the fifteenth day thereof, every year, as the days when the Jews rested from their enemies, and the month that was reversed for them from grief to joy and from mourning to a festive day-to make them days of feasting and joy, and sending portions one to another, and gifts to the poor.

And the Jews took upon themselves what they had commenced to do and what Mordecai had written to them.

For Haman the son of Hammedatha the Agagite, the adversary of all the Jews, had devised to destroy the Jews, and he cast the pur-that is the lot-to terrify them and destroy them.

And when she came before the king, he commanded through letters that his evil device that he had devised against the Jews return upon his own head, and to destroy him and his sons on the gallows.

Therefore, they called these days Purim after the name pur; therefore, because of all the words of this letter, and what they saw concerning this matter, and what happened to them.
(Esther 9:19-26)

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Jerusalem, Israels unified & eternal capital.

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got that right

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Wishes for a peaceful Shabbat from Israels unified, eternal capital -- Jerusalem

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Shabbat Shalom ~

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