This is good news for the Pro-Third Temple party, Otzma Yehudit. That’s because the latter will likely enjoy the votes of the like-minded Noam party who shares many similar outlooks except one – the Third Temple.
Moshe Feiglin’s Zehut was the only party head in the current elections who openly calls for building the third Temple and has placed it on his party’s platform. The catch was that Feiglin’s Zehut party had to drop out of the race.
Speculation abounds as to whether Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s highly unusual order to brief rival Benny Gantz on current security issues is a sign that the Jewish state is preparing for a major conflict on one or more fronts.