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Interesting Story - Gershon Salomon: Six-Day War and Call To Build Third Temple

Reader comment on item: What If: Fifty Years After the Six-Day War

Submitted by Mike Ramirez, Jun 5, 2017 at 02:28

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"After the Six day War, then-defense minister of Israel, Moshe Dayan, made a terrible decision when he turned control of the Temple Mount back to the Muslim authorities of Jerusalem. Since that time Muslim Arabs have maintained control of this crucial biblical site. Gershon recognized the tragedy of this action and formed the Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement organization. Since that time he has dedicated himself to the vision of consecrating the Temple Mount to the Name of G d, to removing the Muslim shrines placed there as a symbol of Muslim conquest, to the rebuilding of the Third Temple on the Temple Mount, and the godly redemption of the People and the Land of Israel."

Source http://www.templemountfaithful.org/ leadership.php

The Personal Experiences of Gershon Salomon During the 1967 Six Day War
[This is the personal experience of Gershon Salomon, as told by him, during the 1967 Six Day War on the Temple Mount when the G d of Israel called and anointed him to build the end-time holy Temple.]

Before the 1967 Six Day War I was terribly injured as a young Israeli officer in a battle when the Syrian Arabs attacked my unit. G d miraculously saved my life when He appeared in the field of battle with His Angels and called and anointed me to build His Holy Temple on Mount Moriah -- the location of the First and Second Temples -- in Jerusalem.



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