Source: Israel National News
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Who owns the Temple Mount and Golan Heights and West Bank?
After the exile, Israeli’s prophetically regained Israel, West Bank and Golan Heights in the Six Day War of 1967, the Temple Mount was included.
Of course, recognition of Israel as a state, the Temple Mount and the notion for a two-state solution remains a pivotal contention between Israel the Arabs, which are the Pslam 83 “Crafty Counsel” and the “Tents of Edom” (aka Palestinians). It is in fact, embroiled in heated political upheavals and wars. Most recently, we saw the conflict of the Gaza war. To this day, Palestinians and the “Crafty Counsel” assert that “Israel” occupies their land.
Is that really true? The short answer is no. Nonetheless, it has never stopped the propaganda mill from churning and spewing its lies throughout the world, and unfortunately, it has caused much Jewish hatred as a result.
Why are Muslims Allowed to Occupy Temple Mount?
A false prophet and a false religion, Islam, created nearly hundreds of years after Christianity,would certainly in and of itself reveal that the muslims do not have any rights to the Holy Land, much less Temple Mount. Nonetheless, currently the Muslims ‘occupy the temple mount,’ under a Jerusalem Islamic Waqf, (the term ‘waqf’ literally means “confinement and prohibition”), a trust that was established in 1187.
In order to maintain peace among Israels’ neighboring enemies, the Israeli government has chosen the “politically correct” route for the Temple Mount; meaning, in order to maintain peace, the Israeli police by a sustained cooperative force from the Israeli government, has enforced rules that prohibited Jews to pray or to perform any religious act at the Temple Mount. Historically, any signs of Jewish religious acts incites violent protests from the satanic muslims. While this enforcement was overturned in a recent landmark court ruling, police continue to block Jews from the Temple Mount, or make it a difficult endeavor. The most recent issue occurring over Passover weekend, that tells us this is clearly not the end to the problem either. (Please also see The Historic Ruling: Police Must allow Jewish Prayer on Temple Mount).
Part of the issue has been that Muslims regard the Holy Land, including Temple Mount, as sacred. They also hold the belief that the land was taken away from the Jews as a punishment from God, and because of the great sin of the Jews, it was given to the Muslims under the ordained power of Allah. The hypocrisy of this statement is beyond laughable, but it is a great example of being under a ‘strong delusion’. Anyway, no further comment, other than, cursed be those who make up false stories!
Its sacredness is tied to a great delusion that prophet Muhammad, who through imaginative descriptions,claimed to have ascended to heaven (more like descended to hell) and returned with instructions from Allah (satan) to begin teaching the islamic religion (cult). Myth it is, but that did not stop them from building the Dome of the Rock,a commemorative to Muhammed, to consecrate the very spot where he “spupposedly” ascended.
According to the truth, the Word of God, prior to erecting these muslim abominations on Temple Mount, Jewish Temples were built there, as instructed by God. 2 Chronicles 3:1-2 specifically states the first Jewish temple was built by King Solomon the son of King David in 957 BCE. The first temple met its destruction at the hands of the Babylonians in 586 BCE. The second temple was constructed under the influence of Zerubbabel during the reign of King Cyrus, in 516 BCE, and later expanded by King Herod (See Ezra 6:14). The second temple was later destroyed by the Roman Empire in 70 BCE, fulfilling what Jesus had prophesied in Mark 13:1-2.
All we can do is pray, and know that God is in control! We know from prophecy that the land is promised and anything or anyone that tries to divide it is in fact in rebellion of God’s HOLY WORD. All I can say is, GOD DOES NOT CHANGE nor BREAK HIS COVENANTS.
Behold ye among the heathen, and regard, and wonder marvellously: for I will work a work in your days,which ye will not believe, though it be told you. (6) For, lo, I raise up the Chaldeans, that bitter and hasty nation, which shall march through the breadth of the land, to possess the dwelling places that are not theirs. (7) They are terrible and dreadful: their judgment and their dignity shall proceed of themselves- Habakkuk 1:5-7 (KJV).