This is a vision about transforming the Temple Mount from a place of contention
to truly God's Holy Mountain, a house of prayer for all people (Isaiah 56:7).
It represents the prophecy of Zechariah 14:9 of the One God worshipped by the
entire world in peace together. This vision is proposed by observant Jews based on
background papers researched over five years. Of particular importance is one,
published in Tehumin, the leading periodical of Jewish law in Israel,
about the Role of the Prophet
in specifying a precise location on Mount Moriah for a rebuilt Temple.
In Torah, prophets, Talmud, and Jewish history, the first and second temples were not just
for the Jewish people, but for the entire world (see
The Universal Temple).
References in sacred Jewish texts to the role of non ...