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September 4, 2015 / 20 Elul, 5775
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Next Year on the Temple Mount

Kotel on Jerusalem Day

Kotel on Jerusalem Day
Photo Credit: Hadas Parush/Flash90

For the 47th anniversary of the liberation of Jerusalem from the Jordanians, Israel’s Jerusalem Day parade ended at the Kotel.

Next year on the Temple Mount.

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6 Responses to “Next Year on the Temple Mount”

  1. AMEN … THE TIME IS NEAR …

  2. No! You should want moshiach to come not to stand on the other side and be a chiyuv kares.

  3. Zorach- it’s not so simple. Learn the halachot. Even if you don’t agree. A para aduma is possible without Moshiach. I hope he comes by next year too, but if not, we have plenty of work to do ourselves!

  4. Wooooo Hoooooo! Suck it Jordan!

  5. get HER back from the Jordanian who ruled HER first !
    then we can all say “Next year in Jerusalem” is fulfilled.

  6. Gene Strong says:

    Israel must take back full.control of Jerusalem and Gaza. No more Muslim enclaves..

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