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"temple mount" Discussed on People of the Pod

People of the Pod

03:33 min | 1 d ago

"temple mount" Discussed on People of the Pod

"Officer. Conveys the order to one of his soldiers. And as arc explained to me afterwards, he said, I didn't have the heart to take the flag down. I sent one of my nut up to do it. So the first moment of restraint happens at precisely the most ecstatic moment in 2000 years of Jewish history. At that very moment, Moshe dyan orders the Israeli flag to be taken down. Now there's one other story here that I love, which is connected. I'd mentioned earlier that the paratroopers did not go to the wall, they first broke through to the Temple Mount. So you have hundreds of soldiers on the temple bound. Many of them were religious and their standing on the holiest ground of Judaism. And yet, the first question the soldiers are asking is, where's the wall? Now think about that for a moment. It's so counterintuitive. If the wall has no intrinsic holdings and it's really all about the glory of the temple map, and this is the most glorious military moment. In Jewish history, I would argue. Why are you interested in the war that symbolized our humiliation? Our exile. And the paratroopers and moss leave the Temple Mount and go down to the wall and they throw themselves against the stones. This for me is the most touching moment of the war. Because what the paratroopers are saying here is, yes, we're the new Jews where the conquerors, we're the heroes, but this is the moment to pay homage to the Jews for 2000 years in exile, kept faith with this place. I'm curious what impact the reunification of Jerusalem had on the Jewish Diaspora, both here in North America, but elsewhere around the world. For example, in the Soviet Union, I mean, we're talking 1967 here when the Soviet jewry movement was just beginning to gain momentum. What was the impact? Well, this is one of my formative memories because I actually joined the Soviet Union movement in 1965. I was a kid. I was 12 years old. And I joined the student struggle for Soviet jewry, which had just been formed a year before. And the Jews of the Soviet Union were voiceless. They were living under totalitarian control, they were intimidated. This was not so long after Stalin. And the Six-Day War changed Jewish history, not only in the State of Israel, but in the Soviet Union in the Diaspora generally. The 6th day war triggered the emergence of the refuse next of the Jews, Soviet Jews, who did something that no one in the Soviet Union had ever done before, which is as a group challenged the authority of the Soviet regime. And the story of the liberation of Soviet jewelry begins with the 6 state war..

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"temple mount" Discussed on People of the Pod

People of the Pod

04:02 min | 1 d ago

"temple mount" Discussed on People of the Pod

"I really appreciate your view on restraint. And this episode does mark the reunification of Jerusalem Jerusalem day. And you've written an entire book about this reunification, the end of the Six-Day War, like dreamers. And in that book, you include another extraordinary moment of restraint. So you're talking about the paratroopers coming to the Temple Mount on June 7th 1967. Yes. Yeah, I mean, that is one of my favorite moments in this whole story. And there are two pieces of this here. The first is related to the restraint we were just talking about. The paratroopers come to the Temple Mount. They break through the lion's gate, which is adjacent to the mountains. They actually don't go to the wall first. The breakthrough is happening right onto the pilots. And the first paratroopers who come to the mags discover that it's completely empty, the Jordanian, there was a Jordanian military base on the mount. It was evacuated the night before the paratroopers break into the Elk city. And they come onto the mountain, there are two paratroopers come onto the mountains first. Lots of gore, the commander of brigade 55, the paratroopers that reached the mountain. And his chief intelligence officer. And first, they scout out the battle to make sure that there aren't any snipers and they think that they're completely alone. Now imagine this moment, you are the first, the first sovereign Jews, the first soldier Jewish soldiers to be on this mount in 2000 years. And then other paratroopers start coming and one of the paratroopers goes over to montague and says, listen, I haven't happened Israeli flag in my pouch. That I kind of brought for this possibility that we would actually get to this place. Can I hang it up over the Dome of The Rock, the gold dome? And mata gores says to him in Arabic Hebrew. Go up. And on the chief intelligence officer and one other soldier, climb up, they go into the Dome of The Rock, and they see that there is this pole, golden pole with a Islamic Crescent on top. And our sends the other soldier to go up all the way and fastens the flag to the Islamic Crescent. The Israeli flag is now flying over the Temple Mount. Most of the arm is watching this through binoculars through his one eye, you know, with his eye patch on the other. He's standing on mount scopus. Which is a few minutes away from the Temple Mount as the crow flies. And he sees the Israeli flag from over the Dome of The Rock. He immediately gets mozzarella on the wireless. And he yells at him. He says, are you out of your mind? If anyone takes a photograph of this, the Middle East will burn. Take the flag down immediately. Matta conveys the order to arakawa. His chief.

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"temple mount" Discussed on People of the Pod

People of the Pod

03:02 min | 1 d ago

"temple mount" Discussed on People of the Pod

"Country that regains its most sacred place. The place that longed for 2000 years, and at the moment of its greatest victory, hands back the keys to another faith, I bless mush a diamond for doing that. It's a very controversial decision to this day. Many Israelis believe we made a major mistake. We signaled weakness. I think we spared the Middle East a great deal of bloodshed by that decision. Now, I'll tell you, as a religious Jew, I find that painful. The fact that if I go up to the Temple Mount and followed by wack officials who are watching my lips to make sure that they're not moving in prayers, there's something so absurd. About a Jew being unable to even move your lips in prayer on our holiest site when a Jewish state is in control of security of the mouth. There's no absurdity like this anywhere. And yet, God forbid that we make any changes there. So that's part of the paradoxes that we live with that are built in to the Israeli experience. This country is one big paradox. And one reason just as an aside, but I, for me, I feel so strongly about this. You know, when I meet groups from abroad that come visit Israel groups of journalists or other groups. And what I try to explain to them is this is this place is so easy to get wrong because anything that you'll say about this place might be true, but the opposite statement is probably true as well. The Temple Mount situation is almost a microcosm of the paradoxes that we live with. The absurdity of the paradoxes we live in, but these are essential paradoxes for us to hold, to keep intention, and not necessarily resolve. I think that, in some ways, for me, that defines what the challenges are that Israel faces. We don't have answers to many of our most basic questions. Yes, Israel is a Jewish state. Yes, Israel is a democratic state. Does it go together with great difficulty? But we can't give up either identity. And in some way, when I think of the Temple Mount, yes, this is our holiest site. Yes, we have to assert our sovereignty by maintaining security. But no, Jews can not pray even when we have returned to the bank. So that's Israel. It's one big package..

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"temple mount" Discussed on People of the Pod

People of the Pod

05:31 min | 1 d ago

"temple mount" Discussed on People of the Pod

"This week, AJC marks yom yuru Lyon or Jerusalem day, the date on the Hebrew calendar that celebrates the reunification of Jerusalem in June 1967 at the end of the Six-Day War. Here to discuss the triumph of that historic day, present day troubles, including the tensions around Temple Mount, and the trauma that continues to shape Israel's spiritual and political life is journalist and author yossi Klein helene. Yossi, welcome to people of the pod. Thank you, man. Yeah, great to be back. So yossi, just this week, a lower court ruled that authorities could not ban three Jewish teens who uttered prayers during a tour of the Temple Mount, the government is appealing the ruling, because the status quo for decades has been for Israel to allow Jews to visit the Temple Mount, but only if they refrain from prayer and religious ritual. Why are more Israelis testing this and what is its effect on the equilibrium there, or lack thereof? Well, first of all, I think that the almost certain outcome. And this is based on 50 plus years of precedent. Is that the government's ban will be upheld by the Supreme Court. The government has the right based on security needs to make that call..

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"temple mount" Discussed on People of the Pod

People of the Pod

01:59 min | 1 d ago

"temple mount" Discussed on People of the Pod

"Committee. Each week, we take you beyond the headlines to help you understand what they all mean for America, Israel, and the Jewish people. I'm your host, manja brashear pashman. All this month, we have been hearing from you, our listeners on what being Jewish means to you. What makes you Jewish and proud. We have selected two more voices to wrap up this month's special segment, Hannah, and Dina. I am proud to be a true because of our baby and country since the world in the beautiful culture and of our perseverance and questions. We have a beautiful language because he grew, we are a very special cause of being a Jew, is a very important part of my life. Hi, I'm Nina fish. Being Jewish is a privilege. It's something that makes me feel fulfilled every day. And a big part of that is the religious structure that the Torah provides for my life. And the connection that it enables me to have with people from all around the world. And three times a day, we turn to the hotel. We turn to Jerusalem to pray and to feel connected. And I think that it's the most special thing that people from the Diaspora all across the world know that their home is Israel, that the Jewish state is there for them. And every day Israel is working to make sure that the perspective of where you are, that you know you have a home that Israel is there to welcome you. It makes me proud. It makes me so unbelievably proud to know that there is a place where Jew no matter if they speak Hebrew, no matter if they're religious, no matter if they even support the State of Israel, that there is a place for them to be and a place that is safe for them.

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EXPLAINER: Why Mideast tensions are soaring yet again

AP News Radio

00:46 sec | Last month

EXPLAINER: Why Mideast tensions are soaring yet again

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Clashes erupt again near flashpoint Jerusalem holy site

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00:52 sec | Last month

Clashes erupt again near flashpoint Jerusalem holy site

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Clashes erupt at Jerusalem holy site, 117 Palestinians hurt

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00:52 sec | Last month

Clashes erupt at Jerusalem holy site, 117 Palestinians hurt

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"temple mount" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

05:43 min | 7 months ago

"temple mount" Discussed on All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

"Asked interesting question after all all these stones were fighting each one of them wanted to have jacob rest his head upon that stone so what they might do the mighty fuses the stone into one big stone. We'll how does that solve the problem. Even though they're all one stone jacob has to have his head on one part of the stone and therefore the competition the fighting between the stones should continue. And the answer. Is that when there's unity once. All the stones have been fused together. Then there's no competition which is of course very valuable idea that the only reason why the stones were initially jocelyn and fighting and competing to have jacob lie on them is because they were distinct. They view themselves as being distinct once. They're together once. It's one big amalgamated stone. Everyone's happy even if jacob has a different part of the stone but if it's all part of one thing then there's no fighting now if you read the verses critically you'll notice that jacob heads towards horan towards the house of laban and then suddenly he decides to end up in a different place to end up and spend the night in temple. Mount rachi tells us actually how he ended up there. Initially he went past temple mount and was already in horon and then he stopped and he reflected and he said i. I made a mistake. Abraham he prayed on temple mount isaac prayed and temple mount an i never went to pray there so he turned around and he was inspired to go back to temple. Mount and to pray and you might have been a miracle that the way was expedited that he was able to fast forward his way to get there really quickly so there's two interesting points of the russia's convened number one that the almighty didn't give him this inspiration. He initially passed by temple mount. He didn't think about stopping there and they might been. Stop him because if someone is not personally inspired to do something than the mighties. I can inspire them. However once jacob makes the first step to say oh. I made a mistake. I should've stopped. There should afraid he turns around and heads. Back the temple mount the mighty will help expedite it and as a result.

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"temple mount" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"temple mount" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"People are not allowed to pray on the temple mount. So i'm allowed to visit but i'm i'm theoretically not allowed to pray. Is this rule changing or changed. I know you are working. So t tell me where are we we. We really made a change. And as i said in the past anybody who moved his lips was immediately arrested today. More and more jobs. Come on wait a minute. You're not kidding people. Move your lips in the past. That was what what situation was. Five hundred and ten years ago up there and i start moving my lips. What what happens. Succo cop the. Yeah the the. The jordanian palestinian walks would immediately call the police and the police would say. Listen this the status quo and then we can't allow that. But really i wanna i wanna. I just prefer looking towards the future. Because i have a illness. I don't know if you know. I'm very optimistic. Like it and i believe that we can bring the change. And we're bringing the change. And i really want to tell you that i have the privilege of here being right now as you said. We're all our hearts in israel and that's where we live but i'm here now with hadas who's really leading leading a revolutionary idea which is no greater than the one that i'm dealing with if i'm dealing with the destruction of the temple home of god that that has been destroyed two thousand years ago and we are rebuilding hadas dealing with present reality. And i think it's important that your listeners. Listen to this. Revolutionary thing that does is leading together with me. Tim foundation look for we get to that. Just give me quickly. Are you advocating rebuilding the temple building a third temple. And where is that just briefly. Because i'm just trying to no it's not. I am not advocating. The bible advocates talks about building a house of prayer for all nations. We want the one only god his he has one. His name is one and we. Are we believe that. The people have been chosen to be light upon the nation's to be a blessing to the families of the earth and teach them that. We're all worshipping one god even though we're the verse in systems and the way he's not mean to be convinced that it should be there. I think it should be there. But i mean. Is this realistic that they would allow jews to build a temple on the temple. Mount strikes me as very difficult if i would ask you eighty years ago. Is it realistic. Jewish state will be established in the middle east. Never anthro

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Rabbi Yehudah Glick on Building a Third Temple on the Temple Mount

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 10 months ago

Rabbi Yehudah Glick on Building a Third Temple on the Temple Mount

"People are not allowed to pray on the temple mount. So i'm allowed to visit but i'm i'm theoretically not allowed to pray. Is this rule changing or changed. I know you are working. So t tell me where are we we. We really made a change. And as i said in the past anybody who moved his lips was immediately arrested today. More and more jobs. Come on wait a minute. You're not kidding people. Move your lips in the past. That was what what situation was. Five hundred and ten years ago up there and i start moving my lips. What what happens. Succo cop the. Yeah the the. The jordanian palestinian walks would immediately call the police and the police would say. Listen this the status quo and then we can't allow that. But really i wanna i wanna. I just prefer looking towards the future. Because i have a illness. I don't know if you know. I'm very optimistic. Like it and i believe that we can bring the change. And we're bringing the change. And i really want to tell you that i have the privilege of here being right now as you said. We're all our hearts in israel and that's where we live but i'm here now with hadas who's really leading leading a revolutionary idea which is no greater than the one that i'm dealing with if i'm dealing with the destruction of the temple home of god that that has been destroyed two thousand years ago and we are rebuilding hadas dealing with present reality. And i think it's important that your listeners. Listen to this. Revolutionary thing that does is leading together with me. Tim foundation look for we get to that. Just give me quickly. Are you advocating rebuilding the temple building a third temple. And where is that just briefly. Because i'm just trying to no it's not. I am not advocating. The bible advocates talks about building a house of prayer for all nations. We want the one only god his he has one. His name is one and we. Are we believe that. The people have been chosen to be light upon the nation's to be a blessing to the families of the earth and teach them that. We're all worshipping one god even though we're the verse in systems and the way he's not mean to be convinced that it should be there. I think it should be there. But i mean. Is this realistic that they would allow jews to build a temple on the temple. Mount strikes me as very difficult if i would ask you eighty years ago. Is it realistic. Jewish state will be established in the middle east. Never anthro

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"temple mount" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 10 months ago

"temple mount" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Anybody gonna know whether. I'm praying. If i go to the temple mount. You're saying that we can visit temple mount non muslims. Yes that's the situation but As i said we We've we've really made the change. Because i said in the past There was harassment and incitement and we first of all outlawed the radical political islam organizations that were bothering others from visiting. But till now until this very day. They're not allowed to carry a bible temple. Mount did not allowed to carry a any kind of shofar or any other religious article on ocean. Show far. what's the point show for This is. I'm just amazed by this. Listen i mean for anybody tuning. Who's unaware the idea that the holiest place In the history of the jewish people and I would say the holiest place for many christians. was in the seventh century Taken over by arabs and muslims and turned into. What is now this mosque. I mean it's an extraordinary convergence in history and it's it's kind of hard to take in. I mean if somebody doesn't believe in god i would say i would point to the temple. Mount and say does this seem like happenstance that that that this battle. The spiritual battle is happening in this very spot where jesus walked away. I mean it's just it's kind of an amazing thing. Historically anybody believe the bible knows that this is the place that god has chosen chosen to rest his divine presence and therefore we cannot tolerate the fact that the the that were not allowed to pray there. And that's that's what we're trying to do in that room. Majorly we say. Come visit the temple. Mount and we're gonna make the change. We say the temple was destroyed but its foundation. The torah the prayer the jewish people the connection the covenant with god is still there so we rebuild the temple top the sound dacian and the new temples built to meet the needs of today's reality and the concept. Today's reality is that we are calling on all peoples to come to the temple mount and let's make that change. It's it's it's happening. I just tell you that in two fourteen hundred. Eighty thousand of christians visited temple. Mount in two thousand nine hundred. Eight hundred thousand changes happening.

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Can Non-Muslims Visit the Temple Mount?

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 10 months ago

Can Non-Muslims Visit the Temple Mount?

"Anybody gonna know whether. I'm praying. If i go to the temple mount. You're saying that we can visit temple mount non muslims. Yes that's the situation but As i said we We've we've really made the change. Because i said in the past There was harassment and incitement and we first of all outlawed the radical political islam organizations that were bothering others from visiting. But till now until this very day. They're not allowed to carry a bible temple. Mount did not allowed to carry a any kind of shofar or any other religious article on ocean. Show far. what's the point show for This is. I'm just amazed by this. Listen i mean for anybody tuning. Who's unaware the idea that the holiest place In the history of the jewish people and I would say the holiest place for many christians. was in the seventh century Taken over by arabs and muslims and turned into. What is now this mosque. I mean it's an extraordinary convergence in history and it's it's kind of hard to take in. I mean if somebody doesn't believe in god i would say i would point to the temple. Mount and say does this seem like happenstance that that that this battle. The spiritual battle is happening in this very spot where jesus walked away. I mean it's just it's kind of an amazing thing. Historically anybody believe the bible knows that this is the place that god has chosen chosen to rest his divine presence and therefore we cannot tolerate the fact that the the that were not allowed to pray there. And that's that's what we're trying to do in that room. Majorly we say. Come visit the temple. Mount and we're gonna make the change. We say the temple was destroyed but its foundation. The torah the prayer the jewish people the connection the covenant with god is still there so we rebuild the temple top the sound dacian and the new temples built to meet the needs of today's reality and the concept. Today's reality is that we are calling on all peoples to come to the temple mount and let's make that change. It's it's it's happening. I just tell you that in two fourteen hundred. Eighty thousand of christians visited temple. Mount in two thousand nine hundred. Eight hundred thousand changes happening.

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"temple mount" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 10 months ago

"temple mount" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"You are the head of the temple institute as a christian and somebody who recently i'm i have. I'm coming out with a book where i talked about biblical archaeology and i have been so fascinated with a archaeology in jerusalem and israel and particularly the temple. Mount the history there so what what is going on with the temple. Mount with the idea of building. A third temple i mean most americans know nothing about this and i'm just fascinated me here from somebody who may give me some answers so as you said. I was the director of the temple institute. I'm now the. Ceo of the jerusalem foundation and the mission of the foundation is actually the forge path in which people who love god can freely of course regardless of their religion persuasions can freely and respectfully worship in peace at the temple. Mount and by providing equal access to the holiest of the holy places. We symbolically rebuild. The temple which strengthens the communities worshippers sham and strengthens the values. The value system the mankind and unfortunately in the temple mount for the past fifty years only muslims were allowed to worship. And we don't believe that that that definitely in western society who believes in freedom of worship that this continue and therefore thank god. We've made a major change on the temple mount and We've turned the place into place where thousands and even hundreds of thousands of tourists of believers in god who are not not that don't have to be muslim. Could come and pray and our goal is to turn the place into a house of prayer for all nations as i said. Well let me ask you. Just because i need the fact when i mean if i had visited jerusalem in the last ten years was would i be allowed on the temple. Mount yet you you would be allowed in the temple. Mount but if you've come here Five ten years ago on the temple. Mount you'd have policeman following you checking your lips. Make sure you don't move till tonight. You cannot bring by bible onto the temple mount. You cannot carry any other religious article on the temple mount today. If you're not muslim you have. You can walk on

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Rabbi Yehudah Glick on Worshiping in Peace at the Temple Mount

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:16 min | 10 months ago

Rabbi Yehudah Glick on Worshiping in Peace at the Temple Mount

"You are the head of the temple institute as a christian and somebody who recently i'm i have. I'm coming out with a book where i talked about biblical archaeology and i have been so fascinated with a archaeology in jerusalem and israel and particularly the temple. Mount the history there so what what is going on with the temple. Mount with the idea of building. A third temple i mean most americans know nothing about this and i'm just fascinated me here from somebody who may give me some answers so as you said. I was the director of the temple institute. I'm now the. Ceo of the jerusalem foundation and the mission of the foundation is actually the forge path in which people who love god can freely of course regardless of their religion persuasions can freely and respectfully worship in peace at the temple. Mount and by providing equal access to the holiest of the holy places. We symbolically rebuild. The temple which strengthens the communities worshippers sham and strengthens the values. The value system the mankind and unfortunately in the temple mount for the past fifty years only muslims were allowed to worship. And we don't believe that that that definitely in western society who believes in freedom of worship that this continue and therefore thank god. We've made a major change on the temple mount and We've turned the place into place where thousands and even hundreds of thousands of tourists of believers in god who are not not that don't have to be muslim. Could come and pray and our goal is to turn the place into a house of prayer for all nations as i said. Well let me ask you. Just because i need the fact when i mean if i had visited jerusalem in the last ten years was would i be allowed on the temple. Mount yet you you would be allowed in the temple. Mount but if you've come here Five ten years ago on the temple. Mount you'd have policeman following you checking your lips. Make sure you don't move till tonight. You cannot bring by bible onto the temple mount. You cannot carry any other religious article on the temple mount today. If you're not muslim you have. You can walk on

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"temple mount" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

03:55 min | 1 year ago

"temple mount" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Okay, so first excuse that is being used for this violence. Is the Sheikh Jarrah issue. Second excuse that's being used Is Israel put up some gates a few weeks ago with regard to Ramadan to prevent people from congregating on the steps and causing chaos. So people decided, OK, we're going to fuss and we're going to ride so Israel removed those gates. The right and continued because this is not about that. Yeah, I've been up to the Temple Mount. The Temple Mount is a completely Islamic walks dominated area. Hey, Jews have basically very little ability to be up there. Arabs have complete ability, but there are lots of baskets open all the time. There is a Palestinian school that has been built in the corner of the Temple Mount member. This is the holiest site in Judaism, right. It's the third holiest site in Islam. Supposedly it is the holiest site in Judaism Barn on no question. I mean, I literally have a giant picture in my home of the Temple Mount in my home because I'm religious Jew. This is the holiest site in Judaism, right. That's where the temple once stood. So I know the area very well and the Temple Mount is used for soccer games by Palestinian Children. The Temple Mount is used for communal activity on on a regular basis. And Israel allows all of this because it is real put the place under the control of the Islamic walks. Having been up there. If you are a Jew and you start to mumble prayers, they will remove you out of deference to the Islamic walks. If you seriously it is you won't know about actual apartheid. Jews are not allowed to pray on the temple. Mount. Muslims can do whatever they want on temple now, But if Jews go up there and you mumble a prayer, Islamic walks will charge you and start shouting you. This actually happened to us, and then you will be removed by the Mr Robb by Israeli security. Well, people shouted, you Allah wa part again. Then there personally when it happened from the notion that the Temple Mount is somehow being crafted down upon that the Israelis don't want the Palestinians to prep. There is just a lie. It is not true at all. Okay. What was actually happening is that the Israelis knew The Temple Mount was going to be used as a staging point for attacks on Israelis because it turns out one thing that typically you don't get in many communities, including Muslim communities is the use of your holy sites as staging areas for you no terrorist attacks, but that's not true with regard to Al Aqsa in this particular case. We know and the Israelis knew that these were going to be used a staging points to create a conflagration. The reason for the conflagration is really twofold. One is that you Biden administration made very clear upon entering office that they were going to retail to the playing field toward the Palestinians. So the Trump administration Decided in the aftermath of Obama's radically anti Israel administration. Administration so anti Israel But on the way out, they allowed the U. N resolution passed that suggested the Temple Mount was not even Jewish territory and have no historic connection to the Jews. That means unreal. How anti Israel and borderline and systematic the Obama administration was. In the aftermath of that Trump came into office. And Trump then said, Well, no Israel is our ally and we're not going to make concessions to Palestinian terrorist and we're going to cut off funding to Palestinian terrorists, which is to say Hamas and the Palestinian Authority and Islamic Jihad, all terrorist groups. You know what happened? Violence went down for all the talk about how Trump was gonna cause conflagrations. Nothing like this happened under Trump Trump moved the American Embassy to Jerusalem, and there is talk that the entire Middle East was going up in flames. It didn't happen. There's talk that peace would never be made. Instead, the Abraham accords sprung up between Israel and the U. A. E and Bahrain and Yemen and above and a bunch of other countries. And all of these countries started making Morocco they start making peace deals with Israel specifically because they had an outside relationship with Israel that had nothing to do with the constant militancy of Hamas. Islamic Jihad in the P A. So the Trump administration approached. This was basically we're not going to pretend that we have to play evenhanded broker between terrorist groups and the historic American ally. We're just going to say we're on the side of the American ally. And if these terrorist groups wish, too Act with any level of responsibility if they wish to make these. They absolutely can. They didn't do nothing happened. There was no violence. There is very little violence during the Trump administration. It's more on this in just one second first simple truth. You spend too much on your cell phone bill. You just are. They sold you a pack.

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UN Chief Urges Israel to Exercise Restraint in East Jerusalem

UN News

01:04 min | 1 year ago

UN Chief Urges Israel to Exercise Restraint in East Jerusalem

"Un chief attorney guitarist has urged maximum restraint from israel amid violent confrontations in east jerusalem between palestinians and israeli security forces the development follows clashes which have been described as some of the worst seen in jerusalem for many years a movement restrictions and possible victims of palestinian families from their homes on sunday. Israeli judges postponed a key. Hearing on the issue that had been scheduled for monday. According to reports some two hundred palestinians and seventeen israeli police were reportedly injured in fighting around haram al-sharif or temple mount in recent days stones and stun grenades. Were used along with rubber bullets and water cannons those hurting -cluded several palestinian children in a statement on sunday issued by spokesperson. The secretary general expressed deep concern over the continuing violence in occupied east jerusalem. He also urged israel to cease demolitions and evictions in line with its obligations under international humanitarian and international human rights law. The israeli authorities must exercise maximum restraint and respect the right to freedom of peaceful assembly. Mystique insisted

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Rocket Barrages Hit Israel From Gaza, Sirens Sound in Jerusalem

Monocle 24: The Briefing

01:18 min | 1 year ago

Rocket Barrages Hit Israel From Gaza, Sirens Sound in Jerusalem

"Later today. Israel's capture of east jerusalem in the six day war of nine hundred sixty seven will be commemorated as usual by the annual jerusalem day flag march on the basis of the last few days. It is difficult to imagine it. Going altogether smoothly. Hundreds of palestinian demonstrators and dozens of israeli police have been injured in several days of disturbances around palestinian protests against threatened evictions. The violence has spread to haifa romolo. I'm the always hypersensitive site of the alexa mosque. In the temple. Mount compound in jerusalem's old city. Joining me with more on this from tel aviv is alison kaplan saw a journalist at haaretz alison first of all to the disturbances. We've seen over the last few days. How significant do they seem. I guess local standards. They seem very significant. We haven't had anything this violent and this large in several years really time will tell if this is going to be a long term problem but right now you know. We're focused on this. The celebration of ramadan coinciding with jerusalem date which is also always very provocative time of year. But i would say that we haven't seen anything on the scale. In in many years. In scott israel very concerned

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Israeli police shoot alleged gunman in Jerusalem's Old City

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:27 sec | 1 year ago

Israeli police shoot alleged gunman in Jerusalem's Old City

"Deadly violence of the disputed holy place in Jerusalem claimed by Muslims and Jews. A Palestinian gunman armed with a rifle opened fire on Israeli police at an entrance to the Moscow ball. Aqsa the site Jews, called the Temple Mount. Police shot and killed the attacker after a chase through the narrow alleyways of Jerusalem's Old city Police described the incident as a terrorist attack.

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"temple mount" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

05:13 min | 2 years ago

"temple mount" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Aqsa mosque in the the temple of the amount of the temple and Temple Mount and whether or not it's going to be destroyed to rebuild your temples gonna be rebuilt and then I see something called the Abraham and family house are you are you familiar with this I have not heard of that house now okay B. Abraham a family house is actually a a massive complex it is now being built in Abu Dhabi the United Arab Emirates it is a it is a an area of land where they're going to create three cubic temples of these three cubic temples are for peaceful co existence accepted second represented three ever having face to Christianity Islam and Judaism so will be a synagogue a mosque and a temple they're going to be built on the site and all people from all faiths can come there and and they will the aid they consider this the the ability to achieve peace between their religions and ecumenical site so all can pray in every synagogue the mosque and and temple how do you feel about that I think it's heresy are you know there have been smaller efforts like that I was not familiar with that particular one but there have been smaller efforts including United States over a period of at least the last three decades like that but no I dress you know any any courage the cavity the fact that prince Charles is also a descendant of Muhammad and he's not just yours of the Harsha might lineage which is the lineage of the head clerics in Islam who are called the guardians yeah and die he converted to Islam under the one of the other one one of the world's most prominent Sunni Muslims and he was given an honorary doctorate in Islam from the most prominent citizens are Islamic learning in the world so these things are documented in second edition the anti Christ look up D. some of it in the first addition but the point is he can step into the shoes so to speak SUNY and Shiite Shia or Shiite Islam's it also called Mahdi if he wishes down the road hi he had this idea of bringing Judaism Christianity and and let me just say Christianity from my perspective as a calling by birth and as an Israelite believer you know Christian my perspective is that true Christianity but local Christianity is identical to biblical Judaism it's a heretical version of Judaism today that denies that Jesus issue it is the messiah and the garden corners of Israel the Hebrew prophecies in the Old Testament are very clear concerning who the messiah is including that he would be god incarnate you know I was a nine sixty eight for example I can go on and on with that I know that's not the subject of tonight but I just want to say this this notion of bringing what is really an heretical form of Judaism which is called or been injured Adam together with Christianity and together with Islam which is you know a false religion a satanic false religion which is built largely historically in reality on murder theft and destruction besides right it was just call it what it is I'm not bringing those together under the same roof is satanic yeah and in fact it was one of the reasons that I never ever worshipped in the cadet chapel at the airforce academy is because it does exactly that same thing not a lot of people realize that I I just found out something it was just sent to me apparently the company that's building the Abraham make of the rapid complex in Abu Dhabi is at J. and associates David at J. he's a good friend of none other than prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall I'm gonna have to look that up yeah I just I just don't see Sir David I. J. actually accompanied prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall to Ghana and also gave him a tour of the new Abraham a facility said to be the new temple of all three faiths fascinating yeah wow so I mean if you guys wanna get creeped out by that I mean it's a very beautiful complex but just the idea of the David add J. is I guess as they say they've algae is actually good friends with with that prince prince Charles it's interesting well you know I did mention I I did mention prince Charles going to be with Abbas and that kind of thing after he was in Israel earlier this year after spoken Israel what I didn't mention is that he also was celebrated seated if you will by the apostate churches there in Israel they have no clue who the guy is in my view that's inexcusable you know my books out since nineteen ninety eight the whole church should know at this point and so in my view those who don't at this point who have no spiritual discernment whatsoever concerning this guy really is.

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Israeli police shoot, kill alleged stabbing attacker

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 2 years ago

Israeli police shoot, kill alleged stabbing attacker

"The man was not immediately identified but is believed to have been a Palestinian Israeli medics instead of forty two year old woman was slightly wounded in the leg when shots were fired at the assailant Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said that Tucker was armed with a knife and approached an officer who responded to the attack they'll cities home to holy sites sacred to Jews Christians and Muslims including the flashpoint compound known as the al Aqsa mosque to Muslims and the Temple Mount to Jews I'm in serious shockingly

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Israeli police shoot, kill alleged stabbing attacker

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Israeli police shoot, kill alleged stabbing attacker

"Israeli police said officers shot and killed a man after he allegedly tried to stab a soldier outside Jerusalem's old city the man was not immediately identified but is believed to have been a Palestinian Israeli medics instead of forty two year old woman was slightly wounded in the leg when shots were fired at the assailant Israeli police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said that Tucker was armed with a knife and approached an officer who responded to the attack they'll cities home to holy sites sacred to Jews Christians and Muslims including the flashpoint compound known as al Aqsa mosque to Muslims and the Temple Mount to Jews I'm in serious shockingly

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"temple mount" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"temple mount" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"No Palestinians or Israelis will be uprooted from their homes Israel will work closely with a wonderful person a wonderful man and the king of Jordan to ensure that the status quo of the Temple Mount is preserved in strong measures are taken to ensure that all Muslims who wish to visit peacefully and pray at the al act a monster we'll be able to do so this is a major statement this is a major of corporate importance and at the same time our vision will deliver massive commercial investment of fifty billion dollars into the new Palestinian state you have many many countries that want to partake in this and many of them are surrounding they all want this to happen virtually everyone of them want this to happen and I think maybe you know that very well you could have tremendous support from your neighbors and be on your neighbors over the next ten years if executed well one million great new Palestinian jobs will be created their poverty rate will be cut in half and their poverty rate is unacceptable now and only getting worse their GDP will double and triple and much needed hope joy opportunity and prosperity will finally arrive for the Palestinian people our vision will end the cycle of Palestinian dependency upon charity and foreign aid they will be doing phenomenally all by themselves they are very very capable people.

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"temple mount" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

11:51 min | 2 years ago

"temple mount" Discussed on KTRH

"Change the double way looking for it's a looking for food it's very symbolic the snake should appear in the place is the heart of the Jewish people or so many Jews were killed in a time where Jews are still being killed and apparently looking at some of the ancient writings well it is so hard to compile it says just of the pigeon is safe so long as it's seek shelter among the stones of the Temple Mount the Jews are protected by the Torah commandments when the pigeon comes out of the stone and the Jews move away from the Torah they are in danger of this site also claimed the appearance of a state coming out of the stones of the Temple Mount could be seen as auspicious sign because in Hebrew numerology of in the Kash equals three fifty eight the same of the machine or the messiah others heart is the basis of Jewish mysticism explained that the evil inclination personified but it's making even will make a resurgence of the days before the messiah attempted to come and drink sustenance from the enormous levels of holiness that will appear in the world the end of days the stake appeared in the women's prayer section of course emphasizes women in genesis eve was tempted by the snake and of course she was asked by the steak or the car said to the woman did hardship really say you shall not eat of the tree of life and then of course we have the coincidence of connections the steak the tree of life in the name of the synagogue which was the tree of life synagogue with eleven people were clip killed Jordan Maxwell it's amazing you were talking about how secret is these happen there are no coincidences explain more about yield why this is so significant. well Clyde if you will if you if we think back what happened to German people during the twenties and the thirties and forties Germany was a an extraordinarily well educated highly intelligent people they've always been and and but it that being the case they still as a people what ultimately led to end to involve themselves into something that a dictator brought them into national socialism and all of Germany became involved eventually end up following up this mad man what we now remember is the **** world movement. and I'm thinking that this is exactly what has happened to the Jewish people today I still believe that there is a it's possible for a people to be in is misled in in mass and I do believe that that's what's happened to the Christians an Islamic peoples and the Jewish people also I think we as humans are being led in mass to buy into and believe certain things which are not true and the we are all ultimately dabbling with things that we don't of the staff I think that there are things happening in Israel today that very well could be our almond this presence of something coming in something going on in the world today that the Jewish people are involved in that particular area of the world given the fact that it has been the center for all of this spiritual are called manipulation American nations has been going on for thousands of years I think that the Jewish people and Israel the Israeli people are involved in something that they don't understand and they're being misled into a but people who are far more clever and I think that may be this what we call the national socialist movement the German **** movement is probably some somewhat still involved in the affairs of the Jewish people there was there was actually it's funny you should bring that up was actually someone who stated that they believe that the shooting at the synagogue he's a continuance of a pogrom meaning that the **** are alive and well and that they are infiltrating Israel other also infiltrating America and that they're they're they're just beginning to regain their power if not in action but in spirituality that. the same reptilian or what we called under handed left handed magic that was involved with the **** is now in another form is not necessarily not see but it's in another form that is that is hidden and king to the intellect would you say to that I am totally convinced that there is something to that yes that's what I'm basically talking about some kind of a presence and I think it's better to use that term presidents are it's a spiritual gathering of of some very dark forces which we cannot see and therefore would not concerned about them we think that we owe so smart because we can only believe but what we can see you but we don't understand that there are are very dark presence of spiritual entities in that area of the world in the middle eastern area of the world obviously because look at all the blood sugar of wars and the problems going on with the peoples of the Middle East something is very bad going god and the Jewish people are being let in to it but very powerful dark forces and as far as I'm concerned that whole story of the of the nation of Israel brings up all kinds of frightening problems because it's it it's interesting that you bring that up because also we had two guests on the program that brought up the Gen saying that there seems to be a number of people both were mostly of the middle eastern the Middle East bitter creating Jian and they're releasing them and that even we as a country have decided that we want to try increase Jan and control them and at least them on the Middle East so we have the Middle East using Jen against one another whether be gender depict or whatever the use of the the the the Jewish form of the gym would be the debit can of course we have the gin which is the the the the part of the other I guess I do. of what this demon is it's of the command of mankind but the idea of using the same homunculus served or or Jan in the United States they were they were actually using demonic powers a demonic entities fighting amongst one another and even striking down those who lead Israel those who leave Islam and those who leave the United States striking them down and replacing them with these unholy avatars and in that it it just seems to be that one by one it's kinda like invasion of the body snatchers one by one the leadership of the world are being replaced by these types of neck Kash or these or these reptilian the cost any in this is something that's it's far worse than a David Ike nightmare if you want to talk about that I totally agree with you absolutely that's what I was saying that's what I'm trying to say I think you said it best that there is some kind of a terrible. oblong being being prepared for the human family and the Middle East and it's leading us into something far far bigger than we know the Jewish people are being led into something far more frightening than anything David like us so talking with this with this be in your opinion a fulfillment of biblical prophecy with regard to the destruction of Damascus and possibly the Goggin Magog gathering of Armageddon. yeah but you know that god god may god is is actually too little gods that are supposedly and an English I don't know if you've ever seen that if you go on the web and just type in Garga make dog you will see that there are two little guards there look like minute **** gods that they referred to was Gaga may god guide and then they are present when you walk into the halls of of power in England you will see these two little guards who guard the doors of the entrance to the British powers that be this call garden they they are referred to as dog and big dark but I think that there's something else going on far far more devious and the Jewish people know that first of all that wall that that we're talking about it has nothing to do with Israel whatsoever that wall that whole area that you called the or the the the holy wailing wall of the Jews is not a part of anything that's Jewish that wall is a part of a Roman fort. it was built by the Romans is a Roman fort called fort in Tunisia go look it up an encyclopedia. Ford into dnia is the wailing wall today. so the Jews are being led to believe that they are they are praying to the god of Israel when the actual fact of the matter no they're praying to the the they they were Roman presence in the Middle East the Roman presence was called the wailing wall that whole area where the Jews of going today is actually a Roman fort and when you understand that that you have to understand that the second temple that's being built today is being built by the most darkest most profoundly evil powers that has ever existed on this earth they all the they are the people who are working directly with this invisible invisible force of chaos it is called this building a rebuilding of Solomon's temple the rebuilding of Solomon's temple has nothing to do with the Jewish people at all it as a as a most sonic orders it's a European bosonic trick and what is happening is the is the raw Charles will building those most sonic wall and this Masonic Temple so that has nothing to do with the Jewish people there being misled into believing that rebuilding of this temple it has something to do with the rebuilding of the great wall of Solomon's temple there is something that I wanted as I want to point out to Jordan that this is not the first time the Temple Mount is been speaking or at least showing signs of of it being part of the apocalypse about four months ago there was a piece of one of the stones of it felt it almost killed a woman who is praying at dawn at the wall there was another sign the appeared on whole Shonda Robert which was the last day of Saqqaq when a large cloud of mist. cloud and some Yasmine came out of the wall it hovered around the Temple Mount compound and in the dome of the rock of course was clouded by this by this dark cloud it came out of the wall so I mean this is some pretty scary stuff happening at that it is Temple Mount to this wall Jordan Maxwell was about a ground zero the talk of the new cost returning he's he's says something that is very terrified the idea of reptilian being fed to hide behind the human skin and they of course all was triggered by the appearance of a snake attacking a dove at the western wall and of course people are making connections to the eleven that were killed at the tree of life synagogue because of course.

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"temple mount" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

10:09 min | 3 years ago

"temple mount" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Where will the ball lands sending us in the direction of odds and ends it is what's happening in this country in your neck of the woods in my neck of the woods there so much that I hate to be that one trick pony as my favorite engineer would say like a bird sitting in the same old song that's not this show so we know the big really heart attack topics are are my god re safe people are running when they hear motorcycles backing up because of the horrific things that happened in Dayton Ohio and also el Paso Texas so that's where we're at folks here on odds and ends with me Kate Delaney and as I belly up to the roulette wheel a couple of things popped up and one of the things that popped up was ESPN postponing the broadcast of apex legends E. sports tournament because of the shootings they decided they're not going to broadcast Urman because it was sponsored you know last week in many lives Minneapolis following what happened in those two shootings and supposedly because Ross was the talk about it publicly but there was a fly on the wall this whole thing was scheduled to be broadcast over the weekend and our long recap show that still can be watched by the way on ESPN three but it's been rescheduled to air several times instead in October because think about it the tournament pitted twenty three player teams against each other in a battle royale style competition the total prize money was one hundred and fifty thousand dollars and so you can imagine the optics of that so I you know what I say I say good for them but they decided that you know what we don't we're not to put that out there right next just doesn't fit so it's not prime the pump because of the kinds of games that we have because we do not believe that the video games are responsible or that violent video games are causing people to do mass shootings and so why why are reached this battle royale we can push this off will hold this off it just makes so much more sense to do that and how about this hats off to the boss Bruce Springsteen he made a surprise appearance at a blinded by the light New Jersey premier can imagine the people that were there in the theater to see blinded by the light I saw a sneak preview it nice and I really really like to the course being in Texas there was no boss sneaking into theater but he went to the premiere on no Wednesday and at the paramount theater on the Ashbury park boardwalk he walked down the red carpet serves in trying to hide with his wife Patty and the blinded director and her family and they didn't know this was happening you know some of the stars that were there they had no idea that that he is going to be there and so you understand what it's about it talks about the impact of Springsteen's music this the theme of this movie on south Asian a south Asian Muslim teenager growing up in the eighties in England and it's all of Springsteen's music from the seventies and eighties and you know some others who were mixed in but is mostly Bruce Springsteen and it was about him and his influence so how about that that would be a shocker wouldn't it if you were if you were there in the theater well you know what he lives not too far away these are his stomping grounds people go to the stone pony praying it'll just be one of those things where Bruce Springsteen was suddenly show up and he over the years he has done that that's where he would play over and over again when he wasn't known that you want to talk about an odd feeling for the people that were there in that audience no coal oil and then all of a sudden they look up and and his there but Bruce Springsteen I wonder if he sang his songs like this he lip sing his songs when everybody else is doing a songs bowl and then the USA is a play that a bunch in a movie I thank the crazy to see that it would it it would be very strange to see that how about this sometimes marriages work sometimes marriages don't take it from me I'm in it for the long haul I know what a failed one looks like because I had one fed ex is ending ground delivery their partnership with Amazon not everybody is in love with you have is supposed so they decided yeah they're not going to renew that contract probably was a backbreaker it might have been serious money but there's other serious money I think to be happens at the why why I have to do the impossible here with that axe and delivery services of course everything about time time time time as it is with the Amazon there is you don't think about this but even people that work for you PS when the UPS drivers are out there they they're watching what's going on in other words they have a certain time criteria they have to meet you think running backs have to be quick others you PS guys there's no time for chit chat it it doesn't matter how big the boxes bedroom when they have boxes for me I swear they fly out of the truck and I mean they never break anything is there they're great they just boom they're so they're done so quickly I think this is who I want to help move me UPS should have a moving division because I think they would get your stuff set up nice nicely we wouldn't break it and they'd be there so much faster than half of the other companies who say they'll get it done for you I mean really and I guess it was just time for Amazon to part ways and and fed ex to part ways with Amazon the marriage that worked temporarily about that temporarily I just would kind of freaked me out a little bit I like fox is in the movies and I've never been because one of those people that road side saddle and chased after fox's in any kind of a hunt but I was reading a story about boxes that are returning to the Temple Mount now do you know what Temple Mount is think about it for a second the Talmud which was written two thousand years ago it in that the Talmud there was a sign that Jerusalem would be rebuilt and one of the signs was fox kind of freaked there is a a newspaper called the yes see the world and visitors they're saying that visitors to the area have observed a group of about a dozen foxes in the southwest area of the west from off for the last three days in the early hours of the day rule so what does that mean the rabbis are trying to interpret it is the total destruction of Jerusalem is it what is it so needless to say people are tuned to the foxes there watching them I watch them today on YouTube is the cutest little things but if it symbolizes something else then and that something else might not be so good loser and my yeah it's like that whole thing of finding a feather every once in awhile a further I'm not kidding you I'll be somewhere and it's not the kind of feather like the birds have pigeons whatever have feathers all over like a like a it's only happened a couple times but like a light white feather will kind of make its way down to where I am like a little one am I crazy is that means something I don't know I haven't seen foxes but fox is basically speak link speaking and talking about the Talmud that is seriously or LA really huge and you want to talk about a crazy and that that happened but didn't happen how about a twenty eight year old man plunging into a tiny mountain crevice that trap for four days and then he was rescued this happened in Cambodia somehow he slipped into it is this is a small kind of rocky hollow area he went he was trying to get a flashlight and he slipped down he was collecting of all things back droppings in the subquery mountain jungle when he fell his family got worried they started to search for him and there was two hundred rescue workers they found them they freed him there'd been bits of rocks that it tends to him that he couldn't get out of so when he was freed it's pretty weak they took him to a hospital but he completely surviving four days in a rock crevice and Bravo for the family and for these rescue workers for really pushing this bat droppings are blotto if you don't know what it is is used as fertilizer and sold for supplementary income by a lot of poor farmers who sometimes try to attract bats by the way to their proper property so that's what he was doing Cambodia of course is one of the poorest countries in the world and so many of the people there are living in poverty and that's what he was trying to do it kind of reminded me of that film or James Franco member he was stuff like in that crevice hundred and twenty seven hours it's a true story to all right that wraps up odds and ends that you know that means that means we're headed to the mail bag next.

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"temple mount" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

06:37 min | 3 years ago

"temple mount" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"With the Temple Mount systematically the the Palestinian leadership has attempted to take over the Temple Mount which is under Israeli sovereignty and in doing so they've sought to delegitimize the Jewish or Christian connections with the heart of Jerusalem so for example camp David in the year two thousand when president Clinton held a summit with Barack our prime minister and with Yasser Arafat our thought all of a sudden tears to president Clinton says there never was a temple in the Temple Mount then there was temple in Jerusalem and he took that declaration of his any had always lieutenants speak about this Nabil Shaath the guy went to university of Pennsylvania he would talk about that there was a Belizean little bus he would say no temple in Jerusalem and then this ridiculous assertion started spreading into American and British academia any third spreading into the media I remember a New York times article from twenty ten I with the headline the the presence of Jewish holy sites appears elusive what is the word elusive me means hard to prove so this Arafat idea started its tentacles spread into all kinds of intellectual circles and it's something that Israel has to fight as much as it fights the security issues turn west bank for what is historically known as to dance America did this come from well you might remember what is geographically the west bank in the nineteen forty eight Israel's nineteen forty eight war of independence was invaded by the Hashemite kingdom of Jordan which is cold trans Jordan at the time those troops were under British command in many cases and they took over the area since the Jordanian kingdom was based on the eastern side of the Jordan River the east bank this area became known as the west bank and that's about it which is why I refuse to call the west bank and yet every American newspaper most Israeli newspapers call it the west bank was the west bank for nineteen years it's always been today and and Samaria aren't these all efforts to kind of blow out Jewish history to re write the history reliance on people not starting their own history let alone the history of other regions of the world and so this becomes repetitive then it becomes propaganda and then decisions are made based on these historical falsehoods no well you know you have the United the U. N. security council resolution during the period between the Obama administration in the trump administration which declared that the Temple Mount the Temple Mount was significant for Islam and if you read a cave any reference to Judaism or Christianity if this resolution passed the U. N.'s security council and it was pushed by the Palestinians and the Arab states time normally a U. S. administration would you veto the resolution as had occurred before but there was something going on with the Obama administration in Israel the because the administration not to veto this resolution but to sit sit on his hands and I tend to just one other case the drives me nuts it's a little bit obscure but it's still meaningful you know right outside of Bethlehem is the burial place talk about those the mothers of Judaism of Rushville Rachel and it was always known as Rachel's tomb this this this place where she was buried Rachel's tomb the mother Muslims talk about riches to all of a sudden in nineteen ninety six the Palestinian authority which had jurisdiction there under the Oslo agreements started calling this tune the bill out being herded by two who the hell is bill well being ripped if you give away should give away a mixer for anybody who phones in the lobby in rebuff was the first name was in the first man called the Muslims to prayer at the time of Muhammad according to their traditions actually buried in Damascus they start calling this the bill out been rebuffed tomb and in fact it was picked up by UNESCO the third call and get the Rachel's tomb slash Bilal been rebuffed you could make up stories and if it is lance's your call us the United Nations will advance it then maybe people will forget that that was Rachel's tomb for very long period of time last piece of information or advice center we've got a guy who reads Opperman Turkish Ottoman Turkish which is different from regular Turkish because the letters are in Arabic but it's Turkish language the sultan of the Ottoman Empire in the nineteenth century find Rachel's tomb as Rachel still not as bill I'll be in river you should be allowed in rebuttal to the bottom insulted who's the head of all Sunni Muslims in the world he look at you like what are you talking about so what I'm saying is that we're seeing fundamental ideas in the Middle East being shifted for political purpose and that's a second war that exist not just the military war it's this war of ideas which if Israel doesn't win it's gonna be very bad for Israel bad for the west we.

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Chicago Police "Livid" After All Charges Dropped Against Jussie Smollett

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

03:02 min | 3 years ago

Chicago Police "Livid" After All Charges Dropped Against Jussie Smollett

"In the reason why it's tricky in horrifying, you know, environmentally that if they're deregulating at just sort of breakneck speed, a not only for capitalistic intent, but also for Armageddon intent that there is this strange marriage, you know, demonic marriage and dove tailing of, you know, late stage capitalism and evangelical Christian eschaton prophecy. And I I guess to capitalists are hedging their bets or they don't give a fuck, but but they're on board. So this weird unification of like radical evangelical end time prophecy baiters and just sort of like, let's make the world free for any kind of business. No matter what had fucking does to the environment. And then we'll fix it. When the time comes maybe don't worry about that. Now, that's sort of nihilistic. And I imagine that the core of a lot of people that may not be religious. Who are you know? Fuck you Trump's to best, you know, fuck regulation. Fuck unions. Fuck the environment. Fuck the new green deal that they're that's the third arm of this momentum. Is that you have, you know, untethered deregulated capitalists, and you have just complete fucking nihilists who don't give a fuck and just want to see it all burn for no reason other than that. And then you have a fairly organized and driven contingent of of Christians who are like, yeah, we'd like it to end for very specific reasons because we've done all we can hear and I'm on one of the good guys. And I'm ready for heaven. Fuck this noise. So that was sort of it. And I think that's a way to sort of frame, the this sort of obsession with right wing Zionism in Israel is that, you know, Pompeo a, yeah, he's he's he's on Jesus. And you know, the the reason in in that framework that Israel is so important is that they've got to get that landing strip cleared. They got it. You know, there's a Temple Mount there's a the dome of the rock is built on it. The temple must be rebuilt in order for Jesus to come back. I believe this is this is the way it goes. I don't have it sitting in front of me. But either way Israel is important to the evangi right because it's got to be stable and good for the landing. The problem is is obviously most rational people are upset about the nihilists frightened for the environment. When it comes to the capitalist and completely terrified because of the religious fanatics. I just wanted to pay a little lip service to the religious fanatics to the prophecy. Fulfillment policy and the evangelical wing of the Trump administration just saying Hello put that in your head roll it around. It's all connected. Okay. Sweet. So listen Phoebe Robinson is she's got a podcast called so many

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Clashes break out at sensitive Jerusalem holy site

Noon Report with Rick Van Cise

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Clashes break out at sensitive Jerusalem holy site

"Longman tensions are rising in Jerusalem after clashes between Palestinians and Israeli security forces broke out at one of the most violent flashpoints in the contested capital. It is shared holy site. That in the past has sparked waves of violence across Israel, the West, Bank and Gaza ABC's Jonah Miller is there and has more Israeli police have closed all the entrances to the most sensitive site here in Jerusalem's Old City, which is called the Temple Mount and Muslims the noble sanctuary. The closure came after police say a firebomb was thrown towards their forces clashes broke out, and at least three Palestinians were arrested a dispute over Israel's closure of one gate in this compound has fueled tensions and led to clashes over the

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Clashes break out at sensitive Jerusalem holy site

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:41 sec | 3 years ago

Clashes break out at sensitive Jerusalem holy site

"Syria. Tensions rising in Jerusalem after clashes between Palestinians and Israeli security forces broke out at one of the most violent flashpoints in the contested capital. It's a shared holy sites. And in the past has sparked waves of violence across Israel, the West Bank and Gaza ABC's Giordano Miller reports from Jerusalem Israeli police have closed all the entrances to the most sensitive site here in Jerusalem's Old City, which is called the Temple Mount and Muslims the noble sanctuary. The closure came after police say a firebomb was thrown towards their forces clashes broke out, and at least three Palestinians were arrested a dispute over Israel's closure of one gate in this compound has fueled tensions and led to clashes over

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"temple mount" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

15:27 min | 3 years ago

"temple mount" Discussed on WTVN

"And we are back with Shelley knees. The author of the copper scroll project and ancient secret fuels the battle for the Temple Mount before the break Shelley. You were describing this one of the central characters in this incredible story, John allegro who sort of a maverick researcher in the in this field of the Dead Sea. Scrolls study was able to spirit the copper scrolls back to Manchester England and kind of a macgyver day technique of opening the scrolls using some dentists, tools and so forth. And then quickly realized what what was inscribed on these scrolls. It was a treasure map. Let's get into a little bit more detail about exactly what this treasurer entails. Right. So so when he opens it he sees that it's written and twelve Collins. And by the way, you know, there's never been what he was looking at as just there's no there's no other ancient metal document like this. I mean, it's not as if this anything like this ever been found in Israel and much less that that the copper scroll what he sees is that it's it's twelve columns. Verbal treasure map and describing sixty plus locations. And it's really dry. I mean, if you read the conference crow which. At that point with John. Allegra was this was a special privilege that really no one else would find out what the copper school said for three years, but. Now translations and and transcription transcriptions of the copper scroll down, but it's a really dry inventory. And so to me, that's one of my favorite parts about it. Because it's what believes authenticity. You know? It's not a story. It's not a legend. It's not telling you who wrote. That's why or how it is almost like you were we were able to find someone's personal record of note that that these islands were being hidden, and that they would be able to find their scroll their record and and retrieve the items one day, and so pretty much each each of the the list and each of the columns it'll say. Where to go and just a brief sort of note on like a note this self because really it's not super helpful the way to cover scrolls written because it'll stay in Makia courtyard, or you know, besides the steps leading to the east forty keep it. So it's just these these little notes have reference not extremely detailed. And then it will say how deep today which sometimes is up to twelve feet, and and how deep they vary these items. And and then it'll say what you'll you'll find. And and it's usually gold, silver, or some sort of ritual vessels ritual vessels. All right and gold and silver. Does do the copper scrolls? Sort of quantify the amount of gold the amount of silver. Yes. So it's difficult to know. You know, what an ancient talent was whatever the copper scroll was written. But isn't ancient talent is what we think, and it's about seventy pounds. Then. Coppers girl at the amounts listed on the copper, scroll would be the equivalent of a hundred sixty tons of precious metal one hundred and sixty tons of gold and silver or just gold. Gold silver bronze, and sometimes the copper scroll doesn't exactly say what was buried. It'll just give the quantity or the amount. So if we add up all of those units a hundred and sixty eight tons of of something precious, silver seems to be the most abundant thing, which I just find interesting because in the bible and makes reference to the Solomon's temple and says, you know, that there's a tradition that Solomon and Solomon's simple, silver was his communist rocks, but silvers the most dominant but on several occasions, you know, it's not just gold or silver. It'll say things like like that it's sanctified it'll use word. Words, they also get a holy aspect. You know that this treasure sanctified or that it was a retired ties. And sometimes it will save vessels. My favorite is at one point. It says priestly vestments, and so it's just all of these things that. You know, this is no normal. This is no normal treasurer. This is also sacred treasure. Right. So vestments ritualistic vessels gold and silver. You mentioned earlier Solomon's temple. So. Are these treasures belonging to the first? Temple Solomon's temple. So they definitely belonged to a well most scholars would agree that the temple first second first second temple or the tabernacle like those would be only three places in Jewish history. That would have had access to such large amounts of treasure. So most scholars believe that it would be second set Bal treasure. And when I say that scholars are agreeing on something like this that alone is a is a miracle. It's all right. You know, that there would be some sort of scholarly consensus that the copper scrolls accent? But it's pointing to to real treasure that existed in history because otherwise this is the document that has no legendary value, no biblical value. So that's why you know, you can't really deny that it, and it was hard to inscribe and it was expensive to inscribe. So all of those definitely point to that. This is something something real this isn't a product. And and there's just no where else injuries that would have had such a large amounts of silver and gold, and and certainly because of the items that it's listing at point for the temple and its own way never over. Vertically never as saying like, we don't have the word ark of the covenant and the copper, scroll, we, but you know, so much about the Dead Sea scrolls in this could be a whole other show. But they never directly say things, you know, they never directly say that there s seen they never directly name their leader. They say teacher of righteousness or their enemy. They say, we could priest you know, so a lot about, but that cease grows as his last two people just scratching their heads and trying to put the historical clues together. They don't make it easy. But there are hints of the temple all over the covers crawl with the covenant, for example. It doesn't say the covenant. But it does in according to some translations say gleaming chamber or or treasures of the house. And so there are these sort of little hints that to me feel like temple furniture full furniture. For any listeners. But now a little bit of Hebrew behind priestly vestments. There's it looks like there appears to be a letter you would which would make it a possessive. So it would turn it into my priestly vestments. So giving some hint that the author of the copper scroll with some the priestly class. So whether or not it was Solomon's temple the second temple the person who my books about John Barfield, and the book chronicles his research and his and his theories he strongly believes that this points to the first temple. But most scholars believe it points to the second. We we will get to Jim Barfield who is the central figure in this amazing story Shelley niece. My guest the author of the copper scroll project in ancient secret fuels the battle for the Temple Mount. Now, the first temple was destroyed by the the baloney ins before they took. Any of the tribes of Israel into captivity? And the ark of the covenant sort of disappears into the mist of time at that point. If it's the second temple the treasurer of the second temple. It's unlikely that it would be making any illusions to the ark of the covenant is is that fair to say, yes. As far as we know the holy of holies in the second Jewish temple with the. I mean, we have Roman outside historical records of that thing that. Hey, whenever he might say jury, son. He actually did something that was I'm forgivable in the eyes is as religious Jews, then he entered the holy of holies, and he was just astonished to find it and the so yes. So as far as we know the aren't to cover that never made an appearance in the second temple. But the jury is still out as to whether the dark covenant is being alluded to in the copper scroll. And if it is, and that would be highly suggested that we're talking about the first temple. I want to get back to to join allegro for a moment though, after he realizes what he is reading what prevented him from just grabbing a shovel and going back and start digging on his own. Right. So this is where it gets interesting and a little conspiratorial as well. But so so allegro. Yes. He's writing off letters. And he's saying these girls are red hot. We've gotta get a shovel. We've gotta start digging. He he does think of Kumaon he thinks of other places. He's able to not only translate the copper scroll on hindsight. But also start coming up with ideas and matches that he feels could be could be places for the copper, scroll burial locations and. The thing is is that every Dead Sea scroll, and it's turned out to probably be a mistakes, but every Dead Sea, scroll was assigned to a certain scholar and the way that that sea scroll scholarship worked for decades was that that scholar who was assigned to that school was the only one who could publish its contents. And so or you know, if if they a student under them, but the covers girl technically was not assigned to allegro it was assigned to another that's useful editor named Joseph Milic, and they had very different attitudes towards the copper scroll which can be seen and sort of the copper scroll history. So allegro, you know, champion the copper scroll believed in its contents believed that was pointing to real treasure and and pub and had a translation immediately available and it was his first priority Justice. Milic was there when the copper scroll was found. And so that's probably why he was given the authority to be the one that would publish the copper scroll. He also was probably the best of the Dead Sea scrolls editors I mean, in terms of just his his skill level was probably higher than a Lagos. But still it took him three years to get around to publishing the copper scroll. So can you imagine being John allegro? And and knowing that you had this amazing powerful document that you wanted to show the world, and and you could you were allowed to so although eventually, you know, Donald Legros relationship with the rest of the team gross ten. He does go ahead. He waited three years, but he did go ahead and publish his his his translation before Milic which was seen by the Dead Sea scrolls team, it's just an unforgivable sin, and there is but but now like. Really downplayed the copper scroll. He he was. He was a Catholic priest and he he just felt like maybe because it didn't have any any ethical value for whatever reason key associated it with temple folklore. And so for him. He said that the copper scroll was a prop in an ancient legend and. You know, in some ways that may have been helpful for the time period because that one are raising the Judean desert at this time looking for that cease calls, can you imagine if word got out that there was gold and silver buried, you know, at the level throughout the desert, or I mean, though, in some ways, it might have turned out to be a protective measure that had cats. You know, cool Ron from right, right? But but now the copper school schools. How were they being at this point because they are alluding to Solomon's temple or a temple and this then connects to the Temple Mount the Jordanian authorities. Then must be getting very nervous because this copper scroll can confirm the existence of a temple on the Temple Mount. I mean for many people. That's it seems. Okay. Yeah. That makes sense. But it's a contentious issue in the Middle East. Absolutely. So at that time, and it's just shows how the narrative changed once Israel was a sovereign nation. But at that time, there was actually no debate about whether or not a Jewish temple once existed on the Temple Mount that actually sort of Palestinian denial of the temple started around the time of Arafat. There's a famous story that it can't David know, they're negotiating Theresa. And Arafat tar turns to Bill Clinton and says that there was no Jewish temple that ever existed on the Temple Mount. And according to the Clinton, that's when he kind of knew that that the negotiations were dead in the water because if you can't both at least acknowledge the historical facts, then how can you possibly understand why the Temple Mount would be so important to you both. And and so, but at that time in that period, the Jordanians we're not denying the existence of the Jewish temple that will come later, and they and the narrative and the nineties, and and in fact, that's what's amazing, right? Is that there's plenty of Islamic references to Solomon's temple to the Jewish temple. And some of the earliest sources, but yet now it's a source of contention. And and something that's supposedly the Jews made up that they had their temple. They're interesting. The copper scrolls then are actually more dangerous now in terms of. Of than they were at the time..

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"temple mount" Discussed on WLAC

WLAC

13:48 min | 3 years ago

"temple mount" Discussed on WLAC

"And we are back with Shelly niece. The author of the copper scroll project in ancient secret fuels the battle for the Temple Mount before the break Shelley were describing this one of the central characters in this incredible story, John allegro who sort of a maverick researcher in the in this field of Dead Sea scrolls study was able to the spirit the copper schools back to Manchester England and kind of a macgyver day a technique of opening the scrolls using some dentists, tools and so forth. And then quickly realized what what was inscribed on these scrolls. It was a treasure map. Let's get into a little bit more detail about exactly what this treasurer entails. Right. So so when he opens it he sees that it's written and twelve Collins. And by the way, you know, there's never been what he was looking at is just there's no there's no other ancient metal document like this. I mean, it's not as if this anything like this ever been found in Israel and much less that that the copper scroll what he sees is that it's it's twelve columns. Verbal treasure map and describing sixty plus locations. And it's really dry. I mean, if you read the copper, scroll which. At that point with John Allegra was was a special privilege that really no one else would find out what the copper call said for three years. But. Now translations and and transcription transcriptions of the copper scroll down, but it's a really dry inventory. And so to me, that's one of my favorite parts of it. Because it's what leads authenticity. You know? It's not a story. It's not a legend. It's not telling you who wrote. That's why or how it is almost like you were we were able to find someone's personal record of note that that these islands were being hidden, and that they would be able to find their scroll their record and and retrieve the items one day, and so pretty much each each of the list and each of the cons. It'll say. Where to go and just a brief sort of note on like a note to self because really it's not super helpful the way to cover scrolls written because it'll stay in markets courtyard, or you know, besides the steps leading to the east forty cubits. So it's just these these little notes of reference not extremely detailed. And then it will say how deep today which sometimes is up to twelve feet, and and how deep they bury these items, and and then it'll say what you'll you'll find. And and it's usually gold, silver, or some sort of ritual vessels ritual vessels. All right and gold and silver. Does do the copper scrolls quantify the amount of gold the amount of silver? Yes. So it's difficult to know. You know, what an ancient talent was whatever the copper scroll was written. But isn't ancient? Helen is what we think, and it's about seventy pounds. Then. Coppers girl at the amounts listed on the copper, scroll would be the equivalent of a hundred sixty tons of precious metal one hundred and sixty tons of gold and silver or just gold. Gold silver bronze, and sometimes the copper scroll doesn't exactly say what was buried. It'll just give the quantity or the amount. So if we add up all of those units, a hundred sixty eight tonnes of of something precious, silver seems to be the most abundant thing, which I find interesting because in the bible and makes reference to Solomon's temple and says, you know, that there's a tradition that Salomon and Solomon's temple silver was his communist rocks, but silvers the most dominant but on several occasions, you know, it's not just gold or silver. It'll say things like like that it's sanctified it'll use word. They also give it a holy aspect. You know that this treasure sanctified or that it was a retired ties. And sometimes it will say vessels, my favorite is at one point. It says priestly vestments, and so it's just all of these things that, you know, this is no normal. This is no normal treasurer. This is also sacred treasure. Right. So vestments ritualistic vessels gold and silver. You mentioned earlier Solomon's temple. So. Are these treasures belonging to the first temple Solomon's temple? So they definitely belonged to I. Well, most scholars would agree that the temple first second first couples I can temple or the tabernacle. Like, those are the only three places in Jewish history. That would have had access to such large amounts of treasure. So most scholars believe that it would be second temple treasure. And when I say that scholars are agreeing on something like this that alone is a is a miracle evidence. All right. You know, that there would be some sort of scholarly consensus that the copper scroll authentic, but it's pointing to to real treasure that existed in history because otherwise this is a document that has no legendary value, no biblical value. So that's why you know, you can't really deny that. And it was hard to inscribe, and it was expensive to describe describes all of those hints definitely point to that. This is something something real this isn't a product. And and there's just no where else injuries that would have had such a large amounts of. Of silver and gold, and and certainly because of the items that it's listing points for the temple on its own way. Never overtly. It never is saying we don't have the word ark of the covenant and the copper scroll, we it's. But you know, so much about the Dead Sea scrolls in this could be a whole other show. But they never directly say things they never directly say that there s scenes they never directly named their leader. They say teacher of righteousness or their enemy. They say, we could priest, you know, so a lot about, but that's he's grows. His last two people just scratching their heads and trying to put the historical clues together. They don't make it easy. But there are hints of the temple all over the coverage crawl with the covenant, for example. It doesn't say the covenant. But it does in according to some translations say gleaming chamber or or treasures of the house. And so. There are these sort of little hints that to me feel like temple furniture ample furniture. If for any listeners, but now a little bit of Hebrew behind priestly vestments. There's it looks like there appears to be a letter you would which would make a possessive. So it would turn it into my priestly vestments. So giving some hit that the author of the copper scroll from the priestly class. So whether or not it was Solomon's temple the second temple the person who my books about jam Barfield, and and the book chronicles his research, and and his and his theories he strongly believes that this points to the first temple. But most scholars believe that points to the second. We and we will get to Jim Barfield who is the central figure in this amazing story Shelley niece. My guest the author of the copper scroll project in ancient secret fuels the battle for the Temple Mount. Now, the first temple was destroyed by the Babylonians before they took. Of any of the tribes of Israel into captivity. And the ark of the covenant sort of disappears into the mist of time at that point. If it's the second temple the treasurer of the second temple. It's unlikely that it would be making any illusions to the ark of the covenant is is that fair to say, yes. As far as we know the holy of holies in the second Jewish temple was the we have Roman outside historical records for that thing that. Pay whenever he might say jury, son. He actually did something that was unforgivable in the is as religious Jews, then he entered the holy of holies, and he was just astonished to find it and be so yes. So as far as we know the aren't gonna cover that never made an appearance in the second temple. But the jury is still out as to whether the dark covenant is being alluded to in the copper scroll. And if it is, and that would be highly suggested that we're talking about the first temple. I want to get back to join allegro for a moment though, after he realizes what he is reading. What prevented him from just grabbing a shovel and going back and start digging on his own, right? So this is where it gets interesting and little conspiratorial as well. But so so allegro. Yes. He's writing off letters. And he's saying these girls are red hot. We've gotta get a shovel. We've gotta start digging. He he does think of Kumaon he thinks of other places. He's able to not only translate the copper, scroll hindsight. But also start coming up with ideas and matches that he feels could be could be places for the copper, scroll burial locations and. The thing is is that every Dead Sea scroll. And it's turned out to probably be a mistake. But every Dead Sea, scroll was assigned to a certain scholar and the way that that sea scroll scholarship works for decades was that that scholar who was assigned to that school was the only one who could publish its contents. And so or you know, if if they a student under them, but the copper scroll technically was not assigned to lead grab it was assigned to another Dead Sea, scroll editor named Joseph Milic, and they had very different attitudes towards the copper scroll which can be seen and sort of the copper scroll history. So allegro, you know, champion the copper scroll believed in its contents believed. It was pointing to real treasure and pub and had a translation immediately available and it was his first priority Justice. Milic was there when the copper scroll was found. And so that's probably why he was given the authority to be the one that would publish the copper scroll. He also was probably the best of the Dead Sea scrolls editors I mean, in terms of just his his skill level was probably higher than goes. But still it took him three years to to get around to publishing the copper scroll. So can you imagine being John allegro? And and knowing that you had this amazing powerful document that you wanted to show what the world, and and you couldn't you weren't allowed to so although eventually, you know, Donald let grows relationship with the rest of the team gross tense. He does go ahead. He waited three years. But he did go ahead and publish his his his translation before Milic which was seen by the Dead Sea scrolls team is just an unforgivable sin, and there is but but now like debris. Really downplayed the copper scroll. He he was. He was a Catholic priest and he he just felt like maybe because it didn't have any any like ethical value for whatever reason. T- associated it with temple folklore. And so for him. He said that the copper scroll was a prop in an ancient legend and. You know, in some ways that may have been helpful for the time period because that one are raising the Judean desert at this time looking for Dead Sea scrolls. Can you imagine if word got out that there was gold and silver buried deep level throughout the desert, or I mean, so in some ways, it might have turned out to be a protective measure that had cats, you know, Ron from right, right? But but now the copper school schools. How were they being at this point because they are alluding to Solomon's temple or a temple and this then connects to the Temple Mount the Jordanian authorities. Then must be getting very nervous because this copper scroll can confirm the existence of a temple on the Temple Mount. I mean for many people..

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