The Judaism of today isn't the exact same one as a hundred years ago. Rabbinic answers take modern reality into consideration.
Let's say that in 1956 or even in 1966, a Jew had gone to Rav Min-HaHar, who was a very well respected National Religious rabbi of that time, to ask a question about where to live. He was the Rabbi of Bayit Vegan, Jerusalem when we lived there. Let's say that the Jew had asked Rav Min-HaHar that if it was permissible to live in Shiloh, the resting place of the Mishkan, Holy Tabernacle. In 1956 or 1966, the Rabbi would have told the Jew that although his intentions are good, it's just impossible for a Jew to live in Shiloh. Jordan, not Israel rules there, and Jordan doesn't allow Jews to live in that country.
|Temple Mount Institute|
Food for thought....