Who will build upon the Temple Mount? Will an Islamic Temple stand on the hill? During this Sukkot festival Israeli's will call upon their government to remove the Islam enemy from their Holy Mountain and then Rebuild the temple there.
Starting at the Western Plaza, in front of the Western Gate, many Israeli faithful will continue on to the Pool of Siloam in the City of David. This yearly pilgrimage honors an ancient custom that extends back to the days of King Solomon. The Festival of Sukkot is one of the most exciting holidays in the life of Israel.
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With the help of G-d
September 22, 2010
Temple Mount Faithful to March on Sunday During Sukkot
The Festival of Sukkot is one of the most exciting holidays in the life of Israel. It is one of the three festivals of which G-d commanded Israel to make a pilgrimage to His Holy Temple in Jerusalem. He called Israel to come to His holy place so that they would know His love for His people, and that they would show their love to Him. In this festival G-d calls His people to be filled with joy in the land that He gave them in an eternal covenant. This is also the festival during which King Solomon completed the building of the First Temple. He dedicated and anointed it in an exciting ceremony, during which the Ark of the Covenant was brought up from the Tent of David and located into the Holy of Holies (1 Kings 7:51; 8:12).
The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement will make their annual Sukkot pilgrimage to the Temple Mount on Sunday, September 26, 2010/18 Tishrei 5771. We will begin marching at 10:30 AM (Israel time), starting at the Western Plaza, in front of the Western Gate, and continue on to the Pool of Siloam in the City of David.
Along the way, we shall call upon the Israeli government to stand strong against the mounting pressure coming from the entire world — led by Barak Hussein Obama, the President of the United States — to divide the Land of Israel, and to establish a foreign Palestinian terrorist state in the midst of the Promised Land given by G-d in an eternal covenant to His people Israel. Never in the 4,000 year history of the people of G-d did any government leader ever give away the Temple Mount, the holy city of Jerusalem, or the holy land of Israel to foreigners and enemies of the G-d and people of Israel. Jerusalem has never been the capital of any nation other than the people of Israel. The words of Nehemiah, who led Israel after its redemption 2,526 years ago, ring so true today, as he spoke boldly to Geshem, the Arab, and his companions:
"Then I answered them, and said to them, The G-d of heaven, he will prosper us; therefore we his servants will arise and build; but you have no portion, or right, or memorial, in Jerusalem." (Nehemiah 2:20)
Tens of millions of Jews gave their lives to liberate the Temple Mount, Jerusalem, and the holy land of Israel, and to protect these holy places from evil foreign control. The G-d and the people of Israel will not now allow them to be given away in order to create another Islamic state, especially after the G-d of Israel regathered His people back to the land of Israel from all the corners of the world, reestablished the Kingdom of Israel, and once again made Jerusalem the eternal capital of Israel. All these godly end-time events were part of G-d's plan to redeem the world through His people Israel. The Temple Mount Faithful Movement will very clearly state and swear in front of the holy hill of G-d, just as our forefathers did: "If I will forget you Jerusalem I will forget my right hand…." The Temple Mount, the holy city of Jerusalem, and the holy land of Israel will never fall again, and we shall never move from here again.
After the demonstration we shall march to the ancient City of David, calling upon the government of Israel to rebuild the Temple of G-d on His holy mountain, and to not divide the holy city of Jerusalem and the holy land of Israel. We shall then arrive at the ancient Siloam Pool, the same place where our forefathers marched during the Feast of Sukkot in the times of the First and Second Temple. There we shall perform the traditional "Beit Shoevah" celebration and "Nisuch HaMay'im" ceremony, exactly as our forefathers did when the Temple was standing. They would draw water from the pool with stirring prayers and then march back to the Temple Mount to pour out the water on the altar, dedicating it to G-d and praying to Him for much rain on the land of Israel.
This is going to be an important event which will bring to the attention of everyone the godly significance of this special time that we are now experiencing, as well as the expectations of the G-d of Israel for His people to keep and protect from any dangerous evil plans the Temple Mount, Jerusalem, and the holy land which He gave them in an eternal covenant. During Sukkot we are going to call upon the government of Israel to remove the enemy from the holy mountain of G-d, and to immediately rebuild the Temple, just as G-d is calling us to do.
Everyone is called to participate in this march, to be part of a major historical event that will be an important step towards the rebuilding of the Temple and the completion of G-d's end-time plans. We are calling everyone to stand with the Faithful Movement and to help her bring to pass in our lifetime all the end-time plans of the G-d of Israel.
May the G-d of Israel bless you and your families this coming year. May G-d make this the year of the rebuilding of His Temple and the coming of Mashiach ben David.
With deep appreciation and love to all of you,
Chairman, The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement
The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement
P.O. Box 18325, 4 Aliash Street, Jerusalem, Israel
Telephone: 02.625.1112 / FAX: 02.625.1113