On Tisha b'Av (29th July 2001), the day which commemorates the destruction of both temples, 2587 years since the destruction of the First Temple in 586BCE and 1931 years since the destruction of the Second Temple in 70CE, the Temple Mount Faithful Movement will go up to the Temple Mount.
Yesterday the Israeli Supreme Court made an important decision as a result of the petition submitted by The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement.
Yesterday the Israeli Supreme Court made an important decision as a result of the petition submitted by The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement. T
A fast day for the Faithful Movement and Israel in Jerusalem and around the Temple Mount
On the 17th Tamuz, Sunday 8th July 2001, the Faithful Movement, the Israelis and Jews all over the world will commemorate the day of the sacking of Jerusalem by the Romans in 70CE.
On Monday, 21st May 2001 The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement with many other supporters will hold its annual Jerusalem Day march to the Temple Mount. The event will start from the tank on Ammunition Hill at 10:00AM.
For the first time since the destruction of the temple, a model of the temple was brought to the Temple Mount by The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement.
You are invited to march with The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement to the Temple Mount and to participate in the ceremony of the anointing of the cornerstone for the Third Temple.
JERUSALEM - 12 October 2000. The intense media war had already been raging for two weeks. Now, tank fire and helicopter rockets have been unleashed - against Yasser Arafat's governmental and broadcasting positions. Today's missile attacks on Palestinian government targets in Ramallah and Gaza City sent the clearest message possible that the Barak government, reflecting the anguished feelings of most of its Jewish citizens, has abandoned all hopes of ever signing a workable peace accord with the current Palestinian leader.
JERUSALEM, Israel, 31 August 2000 (Newsroom) -- As Israeli and Palestinian leaders continue their pursuit of an illusive peace agreement, the question of who will control Temple Mount -- sacred to Jews, Christians and Muslims -- looms as the biggest obstacle to a settlement.
Israeli President Moshe Katsav demanded on Wednesday that the government stop the destruction of antiquities on the Temple Mount, adding that he could not shake off the impression that the Waqf's goal is not only to reinforce Muslim control of the Mount, but "to erase every Jewish trace" there.
Caretaker Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak on Thursday finally requested police to meet with Islamic Waqf officials in Jerusalem and halt the reported destruction of antiquities on the Temple Mount.
Fresh eye-witness accounts indicate the Muslim Waqf has added a new tunnel accessing the ancient Hulda Gates corridor to its growing list of "archaeological crimes" on the Temple Mount.