Temple Mount Ban Lifted

Temple Mount | Jerusalem, Israel

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Monday lifted the ban on Knesset Members and cabinet ministers visiting the Temple Mount.


The Likud’s newest MK, Rabbi Yehuda Glick, praised the Prime Minister’s decision, adding that he hopes Arab Knesset Members from the Joint List party won’t take advantage of the lifting of the ban to spread anti-Israel invective on the Mount.


The ban had been in place for eight months, and applied to both Jewish and Arab Knesset Members. Netanyahu had instituted the ban on advice of then-Police Chief Yohanan Danino, in an attempt to reduce tensions at the beginning of the terror wave last year.


This move is just another sign that events in the Middle East are lurching toward the fulfillment of the biblical prophecies that will come to pass in the times just ahead.


The Bible prophesies the sharing of the Temple Mount between Jews and Muslims, and also foretells an interim peace agreement between Palestinians and Israelis. Will both of these things happen? Absolutely! How long till we see these things? We’ll have to wait and see.

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