Will an EARTHQUAKE shake Israel to its foundations and shake the world? Would the destruction of the Western/Wailing Wall and the demolition of the “Dome of the Rock” and Al-Aksa mosques, by an ACT OF GOD, serve as a further notice that it is time to build the Temple? The Western Wall would have served its purpose and an earthquake could clear the way for major changes: That Israelis have a new attitude and act accordingly, saying: “Let’s move to where we should be praying: in the Temple on the Mount! From the temple!”
I believe that a miracle, a supernatural disaster (a blessing in disguise), will take care of the militant Muslim symbols of the occupation. I am not calling any individual to blow up mosques! However, if the Israeli government finally gets down to business and decides to exercise Israeli sovereignty over the Temple Mount, I would gladly encourage them to restore Judaism’s holiest site to Jews. After all, this June will mark the 40th anniversary of the initial liberation of the Temple Mount during the Six-Day War, a missed opportunity to reclaim the most sacred land of the Promised Land of Israel for the People of Israel.
Despite this public record, I have been deported from Israel (as reported on the front page of The Jerusalem Post, January 8, 1996) for alleged involvement in a plot to “damage the mosques.” Before my deportation, I was held in the corrupt Russian Compound in Jerusalem for three weeks as a religious-political prisoner. I am still fighting against this injustice and, with God’s help, I hope to return and receive Israeli citizenship.
Barry Chamish, in his book, Caterers and Carpetbaggers in the Promised Land, attributes my unjust deportation to an article published in The Traveler magazine in Jerusalem, where I expose a plot between the Vatican and Germany to seize the Temple Mount in the Old City for their nefarious purposes.
The Temple must serve as a national reminder that God is the center of our existence and must be our focal point. It is understood that the mere presence of a Temple does not necessarily mean that the Presence of God is with us. Twice the glory of God left the Temple and Judah was scattered. To avoid making the same mistake again, we must ensure that God finds a stable home in our loving hearts and minds, not just welcome, but invited to stay (Jeremiah 31:33).
Will the sacrifices begin soon? Is the Cornerstone laid and the Temple rebuilt? And will Europe’s new Antiochus Epiphanes break into the Temple and proclaim himself “God”? Supposedly, the Pope wants Jerusalem to become an “international city”; actually, he plans to make it his cult headquarters based on fucking UN Resolution 181! Who would rise up and oppose this intrusion? Who would denounce this flagrant violation of Israeli sovereignty? Who would speak against this madness? “Elijah…” – the main spokesman between Two Witnesses who will testify from Jerusalem before a world court.