Archaeologists Yonathan Mizrachi and Anthony Aveni, studying the structure since the late 1980s, believe the site was used as a celestial observatory. The entrance way to the center opens on the sunrise of the summer solstice.
Since its inception, the party representing the ultra-orthodox sector in Israel has voted in favor of giving away parts of Israel’s land in hopes of ‘peace’. But the rabbi who now dictates the party’s policies did a 180 and has instructed the party to oppose any future withdrawals.
When he speaks to Christians visiting the Gush Etzion region, as they stand on a hilltop overlooking Bethlehem, he will say to them, “Look at your shoes. Take these shoes off and box them up when you get home. The bottom sole of your shoe touched where King David touched.”
Much of the conference will be dedicated to the seven principles incumbent upon all mankind given to Noah after the Biblical flood. A lecture on the subject will be given by the chairman of Brit Olam – Noahide World Center Rabbi Oury Cherki.
These allegations have been compounded by accusations made by a former TIPH officer, suggesting that mission officials are embroiled in fraud and perjury, which they spare no effort to cover up, including by smuggling TIPH members out of Israel to evade punishment.
A highly respected rabbi recently spoke in Jerusalem, labeling US President Donald Trump a “Messianic figure” who will fulfill his campaign promise of making America great by purifying the country in preparation for the Messiah while fighting the United Nations, which the rabbi identified as Gog.
Haaretz newspaper became the focus of widespread criticism for publishing an ope-ed article on Wednesday that called religious Zionists, “more [dangerous] than drivers in car-ramming attacks”. Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu lost no time in calling on Haaretz to apologize.
The Israeli police, in direct contravention of the law are preventing the Sanhedrin from holding a reenactment of the Passover Temple Service. At stake are basic human rights, with the Israeli police giving in to the threat of Islamic violence.
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