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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

Kotel Crumbling Sign Time to Ascend Temple Mount!

There have been lots of news reports and pictures posted of enormous rocks, boulders falling from the Kotel, Western Wall. And there are numerous theories about why this is suddenly happening.
  • illegal, dangerous, unsupervised digging by the Wakf
  • mini-earthquakes/tremors
The Kotel, Photo by Batya Medad
Or can we take this as a hint  that Gd is getting angry that most Jews still prefer the less holy outer wall, support wall for the Temple Mount, Har Habayit?

Is it that everytime a Jew calls the Kotel "the holiest site for the Jewish People" something cracks just a tiny bit?

The Temple Mount, Photo by Batya Medad

The Temple Mount, Photo by Batya Medad

The Temple Mount, Photo by Batya Medad

The Temple Mount, Photo by Batya Medad

The Temple Mount, Photo by Batya Medad
Of course, nothing can be proven, but let's first begin correcting our speech. The holiest site in the world for the Jewish People, Jewish Religion is The Temple Mount. Gd returned it to us in 1967 during the miraculous Six Days War, 28th of Iyyar.


Mr. Cohen said...

Whether or not Jews should ascend to
the Temple Mount is a question that
can only be decided by senior Rabbis.

It is not a decision that ordinary
Jews can take into their own hands.

Jews ascending the Temple Mount may
start an unecessary WAR with Muslims
who outnumber us by more than 1,000 to 1,
and also have the unconditional support of:
the entire international news media,
Hollywood, the entire academic world,
the United Nations, the European Union,
and many large non-profits organizations.

Was Daniel an Orthodox Jew?


Was Isaiah an Orthodox Jew?


Was Ezekiel an Orthodox Jew?


Was Jeremiah an Orthodox Jew?


Was Ezra an Orthodox Jew?


Was Nehemiah an Orthodox Jew?


Was Joshua an Orthodox Jew?


Refuting the Fans of Vashti:


Who are the Palestinians?


Batya Medad said...

Choose your own Rav, and even among the most Torah observant there are differences of opinion.

Its Asur said...

Its Asur to go up to har habayis .
Chiyuv Kares

not worth the risk


Batya Medad said...

You can follow your rabbi, but don't tell me what to do.

CDG, Yerushalayim, E"Y Shlemah said...

You tell 'em, Batya.

I wonder when H' will tell the rabbis what you already sense.

Thank you for this post!

CDG, Yerushalayim, E"Y Shlemah said...

Also, we still need to pay attention to the preparation beforehand. Mikvah, always mikvah according to how the WOMEN do it. Men, listen up!

Alan said...

Batya Medad > You can follow your rabbi, but don't tell me what to do

It hurts my feelings to say anything nice about Batya Medad, but she's correct.

Reference I Chronicles 13:1-14

King David solicited advice from Army junior officers, to decide which Levites would be doing which job in the Holy Services

It says right there: he didn't let the Cohan'im make the decision

Alan said...

If Herod was good enough to employ people to build that wall, then young men in Shiloh today, are good enough to be employed by Bibi to maintain that wall.

Before it is anything else, the Kotel is a stone wall. All the normal methods of repairing and conserving masonry structures should be routinely utilized to shiputz it