"I call upon you to immediately renounce this superfluous and harmful report, and join me and many others like me, Jews, Muslims, and Christians, who live side by side, respecting each other’s heritage..."
He has been called "a symbol of the struggle for Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount."
The weight, which dates back to the First Temple period, was found in archaeological soil originating from the foot of Robinson's Arch at the Western Wall, just north of the City of David.
In Arab Newspeak, every Jew is a settler and every Jew who visits the Temple Mount is, in fact, storming the Al-Aqsa mosque.
Puah managed to sneak his shofar into the Temple Mount compound and kept blowing it until he was arrested.
The 3-year-old's rubber ball would have to roll over the wall that surrounds the entire compound. That's some rubber ball.
After completing their Friday prayers, the Arabs began attacking police.
Stawi's family decided to honor Hail's memory by holding an annual race, The Ramos Race, named after Hail's son who was only three weeks old at the time of the attack.
MK Amir Ohana, who describes himself as not a religious person, described the incredible experience he felt while visiting the site.
“It is possible that this coin was in the pocket of one of the residents of Jerusalem who hid from the Romans in the tunnels underneath the city streets.”
It appears that in order to revoke an ancient law such as the fast of Tamuz 17, there really has to be a major consensus among all of us that the time of joy and gladness is here again.
Reportedly, as many as four Jewish couples got married on the Temple Mount over the past 18 months, despite the Israel Police and the Jordanian Waqf rules.
The Arabs attacked police and tourists from within the Al Aqsa mosque.
We are keeping a running counter of the number of Jews ascending to the Temple Mount on Jerusalem Day.
Tens of thousands of Jews are expected to participate in various events in honor of Jerusalem Day on Sunday, marking the 51st anniversary of the liberation and unification of the city.
Back in 1967, General Mordechai Gur made his immortal declaration, "Temple Mount is in our hands," only to be reversed a few hours later by then Defense Minister Moshe Dayan.
More than 200 people were waiting at the Mughrabi gate before the opening of the mountaintop compound, eager to enter the courtyards of the House of God during the days of the pilgrimage.
All of which can only mean one thing: rush to the mikvah, folks, get dressed modestly and go visit the Temple Mount this Chol Ha'Moed, before Israel Police declare that doing that endangers peace in the Middle East.
“A discovery like this—ancient coins bearing the words 'Freedom' and 'Redemption'—found right before the Jewish Festival of Freedom, Passover, begins, is incredibly moving,” Dr. Mazar noted.
"These exercises are both a significant reminder of the destruction and a reminder of the goal for which we are aiming."
The Islamic Waqf guard accompanying their group complained to the Police escort, and the congressmen, who are both in their 70s, were physically removed from the Temple Mount.
Today a Jew who goes up to the mountain feels that he is welcome."
A Spokesman for the Temple Organization Headquarters said there is no more appropriate time than the jubilee year for the liberation of the Temple Mount to renew the Temple service in its proper place, on the Temple Mount.
The Jordanian government ordered the Waqf to not appear in court, as part of their policy to not recognize the authority of the courts of the State of Israel over the Temple Mount.
In the picture there's only one occupying force, way back, behind the nice storming lady in the green shirt. All the other occupying forces were probably having lunch at the time.