“The time has come to build a Jewish synagogue on the Temple Mount.”
(Tola’at shani) is usually translated as crimson wool but the actual term refers to the worm which is the source of the dye used for the Temple curtain, as well as the garments of the High Priest:
“The Arabs thought they were repeating that but what they failed to understand was that according to the prophecy, it is precisely this fire which signals the return of the Temple.”
Two rabbis are taking practical steps to prepare for Ezekiel’s vision of a reinstated Temple service.
“We are here on the Temple Mount, sending up a prayer for the healing of the entire world,” Rabbi Lipo said. “The Temple is the crown, just like tefillin on the head of a Jewish man.”
“We need to understand the big picture” Bennett said adding “today we are in (the era of) the Third Temple.”
On Tuesday, the day after the holiday of Tu Beshvat, the fruit from the first trees and grapevines planted by the Sanhedrin will be fit to be used in the Temple.
‘Israel’s Reaction to Trump Deal Mirrors Book of Ezra Right Before Temple Construction’ Yehuda Glick says
“just as some ‘wept loudly’ while at the same time others yelled ‘shouts of joy’ , the nation couldn’t “tell the difference between the voices of the shouting of happiness and the voices of the nation crying.”
Rabbi Glick was motivated by a vision of the Temple Mount as a House of Prayer for All Nations. He did not object to Muslims praying on the site and was even filmed praying alongside Muslims at the site.
The location is very accessible from the modern city of Jerusalem. It may seem incredible that these treasures could remain hidden for 2,000 years in such a publicly accessible spot but Moskoff sees this as part of the story.