In case we need another reminder (we don’t but UNESCO and the rest of its bigoted hypocritical fellow-travellers do), here is a glaring example of the Jewish history of the Temple Mount.
How much clearer proof can there be than a MUSLIM inscription describing the Temple Mount as a JEWISH site, calling it the site of “Bayt al-maqdis” – Bet Hamikdash in Hebrew, the Holy Temple.
Read the following blog post, and then share widely.
Our researchers are privileged to work on many projects throughout the year in addition to their work with us at the Temple Mount Sifting Project. Assaf Avraham and Peretz Reuven have been working on understanding the 9th/10th century Arabic inscription at Nuba and have finally shared their work with the public.
The inscription bears witness to the fact that the Dome of the Rock structure was originally named “Bayt al Maqdis” referring to “The Holy Temple.” Link is to video and press release. This is big news because it is proof from within the Islamic faith that early Muslims knew that the Temple Mount was the site of the Jewish Temple and that they perceived the Dome of the Rock as a reestablishment of the earlier Temple.
Press Release: The Writing on the Wall
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