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    • Temple Mount: Its History and Future
      • The prophet Zechariah prophesied that a great earthquake will split the Mount of Olives, which is located east of the Temple Mount, creating a new valley through the middle of it (Zechariah 14:4). These earthquakes will apparently destroy the present Temple Mount and require the building of a new one. The prophet Ezekiel was given a vision describing a new millennial temple in great detail (Ezekiel 40-44).
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  2. Temple Mount in Bible Prophecy. by Jim Haeffele. The Temple Mount in Jerusalem has been an area of major global and religious conflict over the last 2,500 years. Many wars have been fought to seize control of this religious site.

  3. May 11, 2021 · The Rabbis are interpreting this fire on the Temple Mount as a harbinger of Zechariah’s prophesy. Rabbi Yosef Berger, rabbi of King David’s Tomb on Mount Zion weighed in saying: “The Arabs may have seen this as a victory but the fire last night will continue until it consumes them,” Rabbi Berger said.

  4. May 11, 2021 · This is prophecy precisely as described in the Bible. That fire is God using the Arabs to begin clearing the Temple Mount in preparation for the Third Temple. But Mitzvoth (commandments) are not theoretical. We need to continue what God began and begin the work of Geula (redemption).”.

  5. Feb 14, 2019 · Perhaps what politicians should do is reference prophetic sources which describe in great detail the end-of-days Temple Mount agenda for all concerned. When most people think of the Temple Mount they consider one building; the golden Dome of the Rock built by the Muslims in the Seventh Century.

  6. The Temple Mount Dilemma - Bible Prophecy Revealed. (123)29min20077+. The Temple Mount is the main roadblock to a comprehensive Middle East peace agreement. Moslems refuse to give it up. Jews refuse to concede it as a negotiable item.

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