Archive for September 2007

Natorei Karta Leaders Meet Ahmadnejad

September 26, 2007

Members of the Netorai Karta sect met for the third time with the Iranian president. The group’s spokesman said Zionism promotes violence, and that Ahmadnejab is a “man of peace.”
Details at the Jerusalem Post.


JNF May Start Selling Land to Arabs

September 25, 2007

Ynet reports that the Jewish National Fund told the Israeli High Court Monday that it is willing to sell land to non-Jews if the Israel Land Authority will compensate it with other land. The JNF is responding to a petition from Israeli Arabs who want to bid on land in the North. The organization is attempting to reach a compromise for fear that the Court will rule against it and require land to be sold to the highest bidder, regardless of race.
It appears that the role of this Zionist organization is changing!

Video about the Temple Mount Destruction

September 25, 2007

An interview with Dr. Gabriel Barkay can be viewed at Infolive TV. The video includes footage of some of the antiquities dug up by the Waqf.

Second Temple Quarry Discovered

September 24, 2007

A 2,000 year-old quarry was found in the Ramat Shlomo neighborhood of Jerusalem. The enormous size of the stones, equaled only by the stones used to build the Temple Mount walls, lead archaeologists to believe this quarry was used by King Herod’s workers to construct the Temple Mount.
The full story can be read at:
The Jerusalem Post: Archeologists find 2nd Temple quarry
Israel National News: Quarry for Temple Mount‘s Giant Rocks – Found
Haaretz: Antiquities Authority: Archaeologists unearth quarry used to renovate Second Temple
Photos of the site are on display at ABC News.

Jordan Donates Money to Temple Mount

September 24, 2007

King Abdullah II has announced that his government will donate $1.5 million dollars for improvements and preservation on the Temple Mount. According to Haaretz, the purpose is to counter the influence of extreme Muslim groups on the Temple Mount.

Hearings on the Temple Mount Destruction

September 21, 2007

Hearings were held at the Supreme Court to rule on the petition of archaeologists and public officials against the destruction of antiquities by the Waqf on the Temple Mount.
The petitioners were asked to leave the courtroom while the Israel Antiquities Authority presented secret evidence to the court.
Details at the Jerusalem Post Online.

Temple Mount Destruction

September 20, 2007

The Biblical Archaeology Society has a detailed report of the Temple Mount destruction, including photos and videos.