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God's Holy Mountain
A vision for the Temple Mount (Al Haram Al Sharif)
A study project of the Interfaith Encounter Association

The world holds dark assumptions that fervent dreams by different faiths for the Temple Mount (الحرم الشريف) must lead to conflict.

We pretend that these dreams no longer matter, but past regional peace initiatives have fallen apart in disputes about the Temple Mount.

Join us in unveiling the prophetic calling of God’s Holy Mountain through close religious study, and in seeing:

The Temple Mount is not a problem but the place for Jew, Muslim, and Christian to fulfill Zechariah’s prophecy: “On that day, God will be one and His name one.”

News and Forums Expand this section
"Whose Mountain is this?", a street activity for the 9th of Av took place on July 20, 2010 -- click links for Ynet coverage [English] and interview on Channel Two, Israeli TV [Hebrew, scroll down for link].
Documentary film screening, presentation and discussion of God's Holy Mountain took place in Jerusalem on June 9, 2010 -- see details and picture album here.
The Project's launching event took place on June 18, 2009. See Reuters' coverage as well as video available here.
"A New Vision for God's Holy Mountain" was published in the Washington Post on June 10, 2009, available here.

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To purchase prints or note cards, please email us at ohr@interfaith-encounter.org.
An image of the note card is shown here.
About the painting

It is a normal future day on the Temple Mount (الحرم الشريف) in Jerusalem. Jews, Muslims and Christians, entering through the Gate of Mercy, are waiting for ...

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The stream and a possible extension of the Temple Mount

About the vision

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 ...

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