06 September 2015

Restore Jewish Prayer to Har haBayit!

Erev 23 Elul 5775

להחזיר תפילת יהודים על הר הבית! העם דורש תפילה בהר! אומרים המפגינים


A demonstration, organized by Yosef Rabin, blogger for Arutz 7 and Temple Mount activist, took place in the early evening by the Cords Bridge (Gesher haMetarim) near the western entrance to Yerushalayim, about returning Jewish prayer to Har haBayit (the Temple Mount).

Much spirit was displayed as people chanted, "Restore Jewish Prayer to the Temple Mount" and "The People Demands Prayer on the Mount" in Hebrew.

Mr. Rabin expressed the hope that in the near future, more would be done to arouse the desire for justice for the Jewish People, particularly with regard to central parts of our faith connected to the Land of Israel. As a blogger tracking the Complete Redemption as it goes along in its many phases, I am happy to advertise future events of this nature, so that the people have a chance to express their choice to walk along this special path. It is up to each and every one of us to do our part, especially because the mainstream media won't touch this!

This blog is dedicated to helping see every part of HaShem's agenda come to fruition, including the building of the Temple and praying on it, in addition to the Sanhedrin system of Torah governance and Mashiach.


In other related news, the nascent Sanhedrin is scheduled to go to Har Tzion (Mount Zion) to judge Har Esav (the mount of Esav, in particular the Vatican and its Pope) on Wednesday (Yom Revi'i), 9 September (25 Elul, the day of the creation of the world!) at noon according to the prophet Ovadiah, verse 21. We wait with 'bated breath for the results!

גאולה שלימה עכשיו! Complete Redemption Now!

Oh, yes. I did take that picture. ;)

8 comments:

Batya Medad said...

I've added your blog to my blogroll.

CDG, Yerushalayim, Eretz Yisrael Shlemah said...

Thanks!

yaak said...

Yosef Rabin is a great guy I know from Chicago.

I personally don't agree with going up on Har Habayit for Halachic reasons, but if people are going up, the no-prayer rule is the most ridiculous thing in the world.

גאולה שלימה עכשיו - Amen.

Neshama said...

Great post, keep 'em coming!

CDG, Yerushalayim, Eretz Yisrael Shlemah said...

Neshama, many thanks!

Would you like to be part of a group of Israeli bloggers willing to advertise Har haBayit-oriented events? Yosef Rubin wants to do more of this after the holidays, and the more we advertise for him, more people will participate.

CDG, Yerushalayim, Eretz Yisrael Shlemah said...

Rav Yaak - "...if people are going up, the no-prayer rule is the most ridiculous thing in the world."

Agreed!

Neshama said...

CDG, of course, you can count me in.

CDG, Yerushalayim, Eretz Yisrael Shlemah said...

Thank you, Neshama!