October 19, 2017

A Jordanian spokesperson says that the Jews must not be allowed on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem because it provokes the Moslem world

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JD: The Jordanian cabinet member made a statement this week, Jews on the Temple Mount are a problication to the Moslem world. This is strong rhetoric but does not lead to something good in the future I don’t believe.

DD: Well no Jimmy, and we’ve seen an increasingly hard line coming out of the Jordanian regime over the last half year or so particularly since the incident in Haman involving the Israeli embassy there. And this isn’t surprising but it certainly isn’t comforting to the Israeli’s they need a good quiet border with Jordan. They don’t want any threats from Jordan. And the Jordanians the Moslem leaders in Jordan are the official keepers of the Temple Mount for the Moslems. So, their position is very very important what they say about the Temple Mount.

So, the Israelis are not happy about that but again it’s what we’ve been hearing all along from Yasser Arafat on down that Jews have no right up there, they have no historical connection, there was never a Temple up there, all things that are rather absurd but things that they do say and whether they believe them or not they at least say them.

JD: David Dolan with the details on this story of Jews on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem provoking the Moslem world.

We report this information because it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.

For 3,000 years Jews have been going to the Temple Mount to worship at the sacred site for the Jewish people. That started with the building of the first Temple by King Solomon. Since there has been no Temple on the Temple Mount for the last 2,000 years the Jews go to the Western Wall to pray and worship. However, in the last 20 years Jews have ascended the Temple Mount to visit the location of the two previous temples and the location for the next two temples in the future.

Now Jordan says those Jews on the Temple Mount provoke the Moslems and they must not be allowed to go on to the Temple Mount. Ancient Jewish prophets wrote 2,500 years ago and said that would be the case in the last days, that’s Zechariah 12:2. Zechariah the prophet was actually saying that Jerusalem would be a cup of trembling and as you define that apocalyptic passage you come to the understanding that Jerusalem will be in the last days very controversial. The enemies of the Jewish people the Moslem world will want to take control of this piece of real estate that actually dates back to the time of the Garden of Eden.

Jordan’s statement calling for no Jews to be on the Temple Mount is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.