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Projection of Islamic Dominion on Temple Mount

Reader comment on item: Israel and the Temple Mount's Five Muslim Rivals

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jun 3, 2021 at 10:36

Change of government notwithstanding, the evolving perception of who makes the rules to rule on the Temple Mount is still in flux as there is a promised day of rage pending (unless there was a pause proposed for reasons unknown; but really, is that likely?) Whomever is thought in Arabic circles to be the 'protector' of al-Aqsa [ per Dr. Pipes comments, 'To reflect the importance of the Hashemite connection to Al-Aqsa and its day-to-day management, the visit of the Crown Prince to the Temple Mount was scheduled for an Islamic holy day']; this is countermanded by the non-Arabic contention of the Iranian Islamic Regime's desire to gain dominion over Jerusalem in order to impose their own form of Islamic control on the Temple Mount and potentially perfect their projection of power over a defeated Israeli government, even if it is now infused with Arabic participation and further potentially representing 'Palestinian' interests. Truly, does the Iranian Islamic Regime care about the 'Palestinians'?
The Eleven days of May projected more than what anyone knows. So many inflections of promised predetermination of Tanakh events in Israel occurred and barely anyone noticed, let alone have any one understand when the timing of the next events is in view.
The pressure is mounting on the Mount; and now that the government of Israel thinks they may have a plan, they are not the only ones who have plans. In fact, according to the Tanakh, the plans of He (HaShem) that truly rules in the affairs of men is very close to accomplishing one of the most singularly astonishing promises: Zephaniah 1:1-7. This is what Israel is promised and what the plans of dominion by the Islamic Waqf are facing, let alone the hordes of Hamas, Hizbollah, still waiting.
After that comes the contenders from further north and east. How Zionist does this sound; anyone?


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