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Hard Place Stop the desecration, Temple Mount activists call Makor Rishon The Dome of the Rock is getting a facelift, and the Wakf has placed the scaffolding direction on the Even Shtiya the most holy spot in Judaism. Temple Mount activist groups
With the rising gold prices, even gods seem to be feeling the pinch. From Tirupati to Siddhivinayak, gold offerings have dropped in every temple...Even Tirupati's Sri Venkateswara Temple, arguably the richest in the world, is feeling the heat.
Ilan Evyatar In recent weeks, there have been a string of incidents that should have sparked outrage across the Jewish world but instead were met with stony silence. On a number of occasions, Jews seeking to exercise their basic human rights such as
Monday published a statement expressing support for the Waqf the organization responsible for managing the Temple Mount on behalf of Muslims in addition to the recent renovations currently being carried out on the al-Aqsa mosque. The statement was
Hotovely explained that police decided on their own to institute harsher limits on Jewish prayer, following visits to the Temple Mount by MKs and other public figures. Hotovely also expressed concern that Rabbi Yisrael Ariel, the founder of the
Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies/Unocad SRL The menorah, originally painted a rich yellow, on the Arch of Titus in the Roman Forum. Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies, via Unocad SRL The Arch of Titus in the Roman Forum. So the
Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies/Unocad SRL The menorah, originally painted a rich yellow, on the Arch of Titus in the Roman Forum. Yeshiva University Center for Israel Studies/Unocad SRL The Arch of Titus in the Roman Forum. So the
Some members of Toronto's renowned Holy Blossom Temple are incensed at a recently negotiated deal that will see Rabbi John Moscowitz step down next month, the Toronto-based Globe and Mail newspaper reported in its May 26 edition. Under the accord,
Wise Temple dies at 92 Florence Zeldin, teacher, writer and wife of Stephen S. Wise Temple's founding rabbi, Isaiah Zeldin, died May 20 at 92. Zelden, born to immigrant parents on Aug. 13, 1919, in Brooklyn, N.Y., graduated from New York University.
The wall built to demarcate the area belonging to the temple from the Mylapore Club, which is seen in the background. Photo: Priyadharshini Tenants hand over acres of land belonging to the Kapaliswarar Temple. Recently Kapaliswarar Temple was in the