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The video is the fifth in the “Children are Ready” series which has already accumulated over 1 million views on the Temple Institute’s YouTube page.
How can Israel NOT take charge of the Temple Mount?
A long-term railway construction project will result in a high-speed train line from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, with a stop at the Temple Mount and Western Wall.
Rabbi Richman talks about the Temple and Chocolate Cake.
The curriculum at Nezer HaKodesh will include courses on the Temple service, theory and practice and the role and application of modern technology in the Third Temple.
Like all offerings made in the Holy Temple, the first fruit offering is accompanied by the blasting of silver trumpets by the Levites.
Netanyahu was unhappy with Glick's presence on his party's list, and, in fact, refused to employ the "Norwegian Law" just so Glick won't become a Likud legislator.
The Haredi rabbis referred to "stupid" statements by senior officials in government and the military which, they said, dishonor the nation of Israel and the IDF soldiers.
“Today, on Tisha B'Av, the day upon which the Holy Temple was destroyed, we came together with hundreds of Jews to the Temple Mount to fulfill the commandment of being in the holy place, to pray there for the welfare of the IDF soldiers who are defending all of Israel..."
Yishai talks about the current situation on the Temple Mount and is joined by the Temple Institute's Rabbi Chaim Richman to talk about his organization and its dedication to the construction of the Third Temple.
With Yishai serving in the IDF reserves, we present an interview he recorded with Rabbi Chaim Richman, the director of the international department of the Temple Institute, to discuss the Iranian nuclear threat and the need for the Jewish People to remain strong.
Yishai is joined by the International Director of the Temple Institute, Rabbi Chaim Richman. Together, they discuss the Iranian nuclear threat and the need for the Jewish People to remain strong in the face of danger.
A renewed outcry for “Temple consciousness” has arisen with a flurry of political, religious, and social activity.
This year, as Israel observes the traditional period of national mourning for the destruction of the Beis HaMikdash on Tisha B’Av, it has again been revealed that the Islamic Waqf is carrying out unsupervised work at the Temple Mount, potentially causing irrevocable damage to Judaism’s holiest site.
A new video released on You Tube by the Temple Institute in Jerusalem definitely qualifies as viral, with 73 thousand views only 5 days after its release.
The 78 year old who took part in the liberation of Temple Mount in 1967 is banned from entering the holiest Jewish site by Israeli Police, who say he will face charges.
The Jewish Press will offer live coverage of the six-hour event hosted by the International Department of the Temple Institute, its Third Annual International Temple Mount Awareness Day, on Sunday, March 25th.
The study of Jewish history teaches us that throughout the ages, numerous edicts and decrees have prevented the practice of Jewish traditions and religious observance. Yet it has gone almost completely unnoticed that in recent weeks, Jewish rights and freedoms in the Land of Israel, of all places, have once again come under attack.