Jewish Interfaith group wants Mosque and Jewish Temple together

People of all faiths worshiping "god" together on the Temple Mount.

There should be built a new Jewish temple next to the Dome of the Rock.

This is a suggestion from “God’s Holy Mountain group”. That is an interfaith foundation, who have come up with this idea.

The Temple Mount is the holiest place for the Jewish people, and although 2,000 years have passed since the destruction of the Second Temple. But the anticipation and yearning for its reconstruction have not faded away.

The Mount, however, is also considered a very holy place for Muslims, who come to pray at the al-Aqsa Mosque, and believe that Prophet Muhammad ascended to the skies from the Foundation Stone that is on the site.

God’s Holy Mountain group which offers a Halachic solution to the disputed Temple Mount, will present on Tuesday a theatric display featuring Jewish and Muslim actors.

The presentation is meant to raise awareness to the universal nature of the Temple Mount and to the halachic possibility of operating the Temple and Mosque side by side.

God’s Holy Mountain Project Director Yoav Frankel explained that “Especially on Tisha B’Av, a day that symbolizes the destruction of the Jewish temples, it is important to emphasize the universal nature of the Temple and Temple Mount, which was and is meant to be ‘a prayer house for all peoples.’

“It was the only place in the world where Jews and non Jews prayed together in the name of one god, and were exposed to the concept of monotheism and longed-for world peace,” he said.

Source: God’s Holy Mountain group.

The moment we feel that all religions leads to the same “god”, we do not have to see two Houses of prayers next to each other on the Temple mount.

Why not pray in the same house?

And as long as we do not pray in the name of Jesus, we can all develop a universal prayer to “god”, that all can agree up on.

That is exactly what will take place on the Temple Mount, in a not to distant future.

Lets see what the Bible says:

2 Thessalonians 2:4
He will oppose and will exalt himself over everything that is called God or is worshiped, so that he sets himself up in God’s temple, proclaiming himself to be God.

Jews who do not understand what Islam is all about, will be deceived. And support the coming of the man of lawlessness, into the old city of Jerusalem.

6 thoughts on “Jewish Interfaith group wants Mosque and Jewish Temple together

    1. Dear Ed.

      Shalom.

      Yes, why not a Church on the Temple Mount?

      In fact, there was a Byzantine Church on this site as late a 500-600 A.D. When radical Muslims took over the city of Jerusalem, they captured the Church. “Redesigned” it, and made her into the Dome of Rock. Classical byzantine mosaic has been discovered in and around the Temple Mount, just like on other ancient sites in Israel.

  1. I guess it makes practical sense not to have a christian church there. Jesus said something like, when you see the abomination of desolation set up in the holy places, run for the hills and don’t turn back for your coat. Tourism would be way down at the christian church.

    1. Ed.

      Shalom.

      I used irony.

      A Catholic Byzantine Church is not what Jesus wants to see on the Temple Mount. We are now the building, living stones.

      1 Corinthians 3:9
      For we are God’s fellow workers; you are God’s field, God’s building.

      Our body is now the Temple of the Holy spirit.

      1 Corinthians 6:19
      Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own;

      Neither Jews, Muslims nor Catholics will accept this.

      The Apostles Paul who wrote this, is seen by Religious Jews as an heretic. So are also Evangelical “Pauline” Christians branded by the Papists among us as separated brethren, that has to come home to Rome.

      The Pope speaks about the true “petrine faith”, He as the successor of Apostle Peter. And the Papal petrine logic is:

      Church + rock = The Vatican.

      That is a short circuit, deleting or contradicting Paul. Now you chose.

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