‘Israel’s link to the Temple Mount is a foregone conclusion’

February 8, 2017

CHANGING HISTORY: UNESCO ruled that Islam has the dominant claim on the Dome of the Rock and the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, despite the archaeological and historical evidence and facts showing more links to Judaism and Christianity and Islam being only 1,300 years old. Picture by Andrew Shiva.

FAKE FACTS: Benyamin Netanyahu, Israeli Prime Minister, who said denying Israel’s links to the Temple Amount was akin to striking down the connection between the Great Wall of China and China, and Egypt and the Pyramids. Picture courtesy of the US State Department.

PRECISE RECORDS: Israeli author and journalist Avi Lipkin referred to the Old Testament Babylonians in their recording of history in clay and other evidence to the Jewish Temples is mentioned in the backlink video interview between Israel News Live and Dr Roddey Brown.

 

 

HAS the Western World’s self-loathing become that bad that it denies its own cultural and religious heritage?

In October last year, The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO), declared the Temple Mount and the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem as a Muslim heritage site whilst ignoring the ties of the Christian and Jewish religions. Twenty four nations voted for this ruling, with six voting against and 26 abstaining.

Reflecting back four months on, the penny may have begun to drop that the selective changing of historical facts could have huge consequences to those who have believed this over a lifetime.

The ruling recognizes the importance of the site to Christians, Jews and Muslims but it makes no reference about why it is important to Christians and Jews and it seems to avoid archaeological evidence to suggest that it pre-dates the birth of the Islamic faith.

Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu said at the time of the ruling: “The absurd theatre by UNESCO continues. Today this organisation made another bizarre decision. Saying to the people of Israel have no connection to the Temple Mount and to the Wailing Wall is like saying the Chinese has no connection to the Great Wall of China and Egypt has no connection to the Pyramids. In this absurd decision, UNESCO has lost the bit of legitimacy it had, but I believe the historical facts are stronger and the truth will win.”

Israeli author and journalist Avi Lipkin says the Babylonians of the Old Testament destroyed The First temple in Jerusalem in 586BC and they kept very precise records of all the booty they took from it and that the evidence is there with that ancient people. The European Union use the Babylonian motto of “Many Tongues, One Voice”.

Lipkin said: “Only somebody who is misinformed doesn’t recognise that there were temples and this is holy to every Jew and every Christian. The Christians should be riled about this. In many ways I am very surprised that the Christian world isn’t rising against UNESCO.”

A book was published in 1994 called the Lost Temples by Dr Ernest Martin implying that the Jewish people forgot where their temples were – referred in the Biblical Old Testament.

In an interview with Israeli News Live, Dr Roddey Brown claims that to accept this ruling without challenging it would imply that the Western World’s heritage is based on a huge lie.

Dr Brown said: “If you talk with theologians, historians, archaeologists – they are not even going to have a discussion with you – it is a foregone conclusion.

“Where the Dome of the Rock where the Temple Mount sits, it is 35 acres square up there. That site is the traditional location of Solomon’s Temple, Zerubbabel’s Temple from the Book of Haggai. Four hundred years later you have Herod and the Romans, they come in, and then you had Herod’s temple. Now 2,000 years later supposedly this is not the place – what sits up there today is a monument, a shrine to Islam.

“If we take that premise and the premises from Islam that the Jews were never there, which means if the Jews weren’t there, Jeshua (Jesus) wasn’t there, so if he wasn’t there, Christianity wasn’t there and now you have a new form of replacement theology. It is replacement theology repackaged and if the Christians are deceived and accept this, then they too are being replaced and not just the Jews this time, so it becomes a really big issue.”

 

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