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Why Islam Cannot Claim Jerusalem - Temple Mount Prophecy Already Fulfilled from Time of Romans Before Islam Arrived

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Submitted by M Tovey (United States), Jul 23, 2022 at 22:21

This observer refrained from commenting on this particular topic section for the obvious reason that Islam could not/does not have prophetic probable cause to claim the Temple Mount for reasons that predate Islam and that writings of its existence were extant long before the Muslim ideologies thought about how to stifle the Messianic message already in the annals of the societies Islam seeks to replace.
But now that the next prophetic chapter is about to befall Abraham's legacy in ways that too few really understand, Islam's claim is going to be challenged again in ways that will startle even the most dedicated followers of Temple Mount protections could ever presume. Certain adherents of Islam seeking to welcome the al-Madhi at some time in the future think they have the answer; but they do not really know the question.
Where does the third temple get built and who is responsible for protecting it from destruction: anyone?

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