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Today is International Holocaust Rememberance Day.  It is a day we remember the loss of over 6 million Jewish people.  Jerusalem will never remain silent and the light of TRUTH will continue to shine forth from Israels capital city!

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3 days ago

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uh huh!

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Sadly, barbarians believe manure & teach their children the same lies; perpetual stupidity.

Yes, ladies and gentlemen - this is the leadership that wants to claim Jerusalem from Israel.  They claim that giving away Jerusalem is a prerequisite to holding peace negotiations with them.  They cant even hold simple elections after 16 years!

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3 weeks ago

Is there proof of the Hanukkah story?
Did archeologists unearth a piece of the Hanukkah story?

An extremely special item was found just to the bottom of the Temple Mount next to the Western Wall!

We all know the story of the Maccabees rebellion against the Greeks and the rededication of the holy Temple. We all know that the Maccabees came into the Temple and all the oil had been made impure besides for one jug, which lasted 8 days instead of just one.

But how did the Maccabees know what oil was pure and which jug was impure? The Talmud tells us that It was very simple, the jugs had seals on them from the Kohen Gadol. These seals were impressed on the jugs with the words "Pure to Hashem" and if the seal was broken, the jug of oil couldn't be used for the Menorah in the Temple.

These exact seals were actually discovered right next to the Temple mount where the Temple stood! Archeologists found these seal imprints under a road built by Herod next to the Western Wall in Jerusalem, which say in Aramaic: "Daka L'ya" or "Pure to Hashem"!

Could one of these have been the unbroken High Priest's seal to the jug of oil that lasted 8 days instead of one? Maybe yes or maybe not. But what we do know is that these seals were used in the Temple to show the priests that the jugs of oil were still pure, just like the story of Hannukah tells us! This gives us more evidence of the amazing life of the times of the Temple and sheds some "light" on the historical story of Hannukkah!

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1 month ago

Wow, awesome!! Check it out!

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1 month ago

This is fantastic!

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God bless our President many Jews in USA appreciate his action and support DJT, we shall see in November 2020...


Now that we have entered the month of Kislev and Chanukah, the festival of the rededication of the second Holy Temple is quickly approaching, the time is right to begin an in-depth study of the golden menorah which stood in the sanctuary of the desert Tabernacle, and later, in both the first and second Holy Temple.

We begin our study with the Holy Temple Menorah today:

The menorah which stands today in Jerusalem's old city Jewish Quarter, standing before the rebuilt Hurva Synagogue, is the work of the Temple Institute. It was created exclusively to be used in the new Holy Temple. The menorah was painstakingly crafted after years of extensive research by the Temple Institute's full time staff of researchers. The conclusions upon which the construction of the menorah was based took into account archaeological evidence and, of course, the halachic (Jewish law) requirements of materials, dimensions, ornamental affects and manner of manufacture as first delineated in the Book of Exodus, and further explicated by Jewish sages throughout the millennia.

The menorah weighs one-half ton. It contains forty five kilograms of twenty four karat gold. Its estimated value is approximately three million dollars. The construction of the menorah was made possible through the generosity of Vadim Rabinovitch, a leader of the Jewish community of Ukraine.

The menorah was originally placed in the old city's Roman Cardo. It later made its way to to a plaza alongside the Yehudah HaLevi steps leading down to the Western Wall Plaza and the Temple Mount, and currently stands, as stated above, alongside the Hurva Synagogue in the central plaza of the Jewish Quarter. In each of its locations, it has become a place where thousands of people stop daily, meet friends, learn about the menorah, marvel at its beauty and envision its ultimate standing place in the Kodesh Sanctuary of the rebuilt Holy Temple.
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2 months ago

The golden menorah of Jerusalem...
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