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Pending Scriptural Fulfillments of Mount Moriah's Legacy and Destiny

Reader comment on item: Islam, Jews and the Temple Mount
in response to reader comment: Ending Islamic usurpation of places important for other cultures.

Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Dec 9, 2021 at 14:52

Reader Prashant's entreaty here of seeking possessory relief of non-Muslim religious places of worship in appropriate contemporaneous observation as it appears that Islam has lost whatever moral standing once thought necessary for Islam to 'cleanse' the religious landscape in order to promote its self absorbed regency of religious supremacy in a world struggling with calls to worship the one true 'God' in the message from Jerusalem regarding the Gospel of the Jewish Savior, Yeshua HaMashiach, the risen Son of David, Son of God.
When the witnesses of the ascension were sent to the Middle East and beyond hundreds of years before Islam gained any traction in promoting the replacement theology of the Quran, those other religions struggled with retaining their own religious identities when confronted with the life and times of the apostles, especially when they were rejected by their own national identification in Judaic law, then condemned as their Savior was. In a weakened condition of apostasy, as prophesied, Islam was able to be introduced with the religious seduction that continues until today and still resists the truth. This is in spite of the truth that the one place that Islam cannot completely convert is Israel. This the remaining mystery to be revealed to Islam: why not?
The answer remains, as always, in the truth of the Holy One of Israel: it's His witness that cannot be controverted, no matter how one tries to make the Quran contemporary in the modern vein; it does not compute when compared with the Torah and Tanakh. For the moment, that key remains hidden in Mt Moriah,


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