Here’s How You Can Buy a Luxury Condo Overlooking the Temple Mount for just $180

October 29, 2019

3 min read

Usually when you think of a lottery, you don’t think of one that involves winning a luxury apartment. Especially not one in Jerusalem. And definitely not one with a direct view of the Temple Mount. But that’s precisely what the Am Yisrael Chai fund is doing right now. The best part is – you can be a part of this incredible holy sweepstakes.

Here’s how it works:

  1. Buy a ticket for $180
  2. Automatically enter to win the grand prize – A luxury apartment in Jerusalem (that overlooks the Temple Mount!!!)
  3. Use this link and get a limited time special offer – two tickets for the price of one!

If you win, you will own the deed to a brand new luxury apartment in Jerusalem with a porch that has a direct view of the Temple Mount.

In other words, from the comfort of your own home, you can see the holy site from the same vantage point as Abraham did before the binding of Isaac as it says:



On the third day Avraham looked up and saw the place from afar. Then Avraham said to his servants, “You stay here with the ass. The boy and I will go up there; we will worship and we will return to you.” (Genesis 22:4-5)

But even if you don’t win the apartment, the money you spend on the ticket will go directly to an extremely important cause that restores and builds the land of Israel. That’s because when the Am Yisrael Chai foundation collects charitable funds, 90% of the proceeds go directly to vital Israeli causes such as:

  1. The Israel Dog Unit This is a civilian unit of Search and Rescue dogs who are called upon by the police anytime someone in Israel goes missing. The K-9 unit boasts many successful finds using their highly trained tracking dogs combined with state-of-the-art monitoring technology. Despite the holy work they do, the training, maintenance and travel fees are all collected through private donations.
  2. Rehabilitating farms hit by fire balloons and incendiary kites from Gaza. Contrary to popular belief, these farmers barely receive the funds needed to replenish their damaged fields and rely on organizations like the Am Yisrael Chai Fund to restore their farmland to its previous glory. After all, there is a direct commandment to plant trees in the land of Israel as it says:
    “When you enter the land and plant any tree for food, you shall regard its fruit as forbidden. Three years it shall be forbidden for you, not to be eaten.” (Leviticus 19:23)
  3. Establishing a center for Haredi (ultra-Orthodox) children with special needs in the city of Emmanuel. Before the center was launched, residents of the northern Samarian town who had children with special needs were forced to travel three hours to Tel Aviv by bus. That’s because most of them could not afford to buy vehicles. But thanks to the Am Yisrael Chai foundation, getting their children basic care doesn’t require their parents to miss an entire day of work.

And these are just a few of the many amazing causes this incredible Fund provides financial backing to. In other words, even if you don’t win the dream apartment, you can rest assured knowing that the money that you spend on your ticket will go to one or several of these incredible charities.

Just think of it as donating to build Israel’s future with a chance of winning a luxury apartment in Jerusalem. Either way, you will make an investment with guaranteed returns, just as it says in Proverbs:

He who is generous to the poor makes a loan to Hashem; He will repay him his due (Proverbs 19:17)

Don’t let this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity pass you by.
Enter the Dream raffle today.

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