Rothschild Temple: The Conspiracy, the Call, the Plan to Destroy Al-Aqsa Mosque*
Although there remains controversy as to the location of the Third Temple if at all it was ever built, as is the way of Israeli ‘history’ the decision is Al-Aqsa Mosque. The Temple Mount Faithful have also laid claim to the Ark of the Covenant though this yet has to be found.
By Dr Saleh Al-Naami
The assassination attempt by Palestinian martyr Moataz Hijazi on Rabbi Yehuda Glick, one of the most prominent advocates of rebuilding the Third Temple on the ruins of Al-Aqsa Mosque, is being used to promote a misleading impression.
This impression suggests that the desire to destroy Al-Aqsa Mosque is limited to specific individuals or one group. However, there are several Jewish religious groups that not only call for the destruction of Al-Aqsa, but also embark on taking practical measures to achieve this goal.
The Temple Mount Faithful group is one of the most prominent of such groups which call for the destruction of Al-Aqsa Mosque. Their members play an important role in storming the mosque. It is led by the former military parachutist Gershon Solomon, who openly raises the funds necessary to demolish Al-Aqsa by fundraising from Jewish people in the United States, Canada and Australia.
Solomon insists that the Muslim holy sites are located in Makkah and not in Jerusalem, claiming that Jerusalem is not mentioned in the Qur’an. His group commissioned architect Gideon Harlap to prepare a detailed plan for the construction of the Third Temple on the ruins of Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Temple Institute, headed by Rabbi Israel Ariel, who is one of the most prominent rabbis of the national religious trend, is based in the Old City in Jerusalem. Since its inception in 1995, the group and the member rabbis have been concerned with creating the necessary “doctrinal rooting” in order to give religious legitimacy and add a religious cover to Jewish attempts to harm Al-Aqsa.
Ariel played a significant role in bringing about change with regards to the doctrinal issue of Jews praying in Al-Aqsa. After Israel occupied Jerusalem in 1967, the Chief Rabbinate issued a statement prohibiting Jews from praying at Al-Aqsa Mosque, claiming that the soil contains the remains of ancient Jews and therefore they may not pray in the mosque until the Jewish Temple is rebuilt.
Ariel attempted to convince a number of his fellow senior rabbis of a number of elaborate justifications that permit Jews to pray in Al-Aqsa, but failed at first. However, in early 2000, the number of rabbis who have permitted Jews pray at Al-Aqsa Mosque increased.
Over one hundred senior rabbis singed a statement authorising Jews to pray in Al-Aqsa in July 2008. This drove many Jews to enter Al-Aqsa to pray in it. It is worth noting that the Chief Rabbinate Foundation still refuses to change the original statement prohibiting Jewish prayer there.
The Temple Institution has moved from theorising to practical work. The Maarev newspaper revealed last January that a delegation representing the institution went to Rome to ask the Italian government to return parts of the Second Temple that was “looted” by the Roman commander Titus, who eliminated the political presence of the Jews 2,000 years ago and destroyed the structure.
In addition to the two previously mentioned groups, there is also Hai Vekayam, led by Yehuda Etzion, one of the former leaders of the Jewish terrorist organisation responsible for carrying out a number of killings and assassination attempts against Palestinians and Palestinian icons in the early 1980’s.
Etzion founded this group after serving a prison sentence, which was only four years. He openly and publically reveals his ideas and theories regarding the future of Jerusalem, which has made him a “star” on many talk shows broadcasted on Israeli television.
In the same context, the Movement for the Establishment of the temple, which consists of a number of rabbis from the West Bank settlements and particularly from the US, works on enhancing Jewish awareness regarding the need to work on rebuilding the temple on the ruins of Al-Aqsa Mosque, describing it as the most “legitimate” religious task for every Jew wherever they are.
The movement organises forums and seminars and publishes reports, as well as distributing leaflets wherever there are Jews. Unlike the other groups, the members of which are limited to religious Jews, this movement tries to attract secular Jews as well as right-wing Christian figures in the US, on whom they depend to raise the necessary funds to finance their activities.
The movement is also keen on organising a large annual march attended by tens of thousands of Jews and Anglican Christians towards Al-Aqsa in order to demand the establishment of the temple on its ruins.
For its part, the Organisation for Human Rights on the Temple Mount, founded by Professor Hillel Weiss, one of the Zionist religious trend thinkers calls for the destruction of Al-Aqsa Mosque, and for finding a religious alternative to the existing government. The leadership of the movement consists of 23 members who meet periodically in secret.
Unlike the organisations mentioned above, the Jewish Leadership organisation is a political partisan organisation and an important ideological camp in the ruling Likud party and is headed by Moshe Feiglin, deputy speaker of the Knesset, who is actively participating in the large storming of Al-Aqsa.
In addition to these major organisations, a number of less significant organisations stand out, such as the Women for the Temple Mount, a group that seeks to collect jewellery that will be put in the temple once it is rebuilt on the ruins of Al-Aqsa Mosque. There is also the Jerusalem Forum which is concerned with controlling the largest number of Palestinian homes in the Old City of Jerusalem as possible. This is seen as a preliminary means to enable the Jews to surround Al-Aqsa Mosque from all sides.
The Temple Mount Faithful
The corporate media portrayed Rabbi Yehuda Glick as an ‘activist’ in order to raise solidarity thus sympathy with Western activists, but Glick was a member of this group. He is a U.S. citizen (New Jersey) who migrated to the state of Israel in 1974. Group members aim to rebuild the Third Temple within their lifetime. But what is the Temple Mount Faithful?
The Temple Mount Faithful Organization was established two weeks after the 1967 Six-Day War by Rabbi Zvi Yehuda Kook with the Stern Gang terrorist Stanley Goldfoot, but has been led by Gershon Salomon who is also an officer in the Israel Defense Force. In that timeframe the greatest freemasonic meeting in history took place in London with the Duke of Kent installed as the new Grandmaster. The vision is to consecrate the Temple Mount to God, remove Muslim shrines, and rebuild the Third Temple.
Thomas S. McCall, Th.D. writes;
The Temple Mount Faithful went to great lengths to produce a proper stone according to biblical requirements, and performed the very serious ceremony of anointing it with the specified water from the Pool of Siloam. It was their intention a few years ago to place this consecrated stone on the Temple Mount as the first step in the great task of rebuilding the Temple of God in Jerusalem. Their efforts were met with considerable resistance, however, both from Arab Moslems who feared that such an act would lead to the destruction of the Dome of the Rock, and also from Jewish leaders who disagreed with Gershon on religious and geo-political grounds.
The Temple Mount Faithful tried to install the foundation stone on the Temple Mount, but was stopped by Israeli police. The matter was pursued legally all the way to Israel’s Supreme Court, where it was decided that, in order to preserve religious peace, the stone could not be placed on the Temple Mount. But the stone had already been consecrated and could not be discarded. So it was placed in a prominent site, in a circular parkway facing the American Consulate and not far from the Damascus Gate. It is unmarked, however, and one would never know what it represents unless one were told. Such is the fate of the Temple Mount stone, somewhat in limbo, awaiting the right time and circumstances for installation on the authorized site of the Temple. It is rumoured that they even have trained and dedicated priests (Kohens) of Levitical blood-lines to be prepared to begin the ritual temple services in a moment’s notice. For decades, it has also been reported that young priests or Kohens of Levitical bloodlines have been raised on “covenanted” or “separated locations” in areas of ritual purity prepared to take over the various ritual services of a new Jewish Temple in Jerusalem. –
The one family, the one institution, the one social ideological order, and the one economic force that has affected the Jewish people the most in the modern era has been the House of the Rothschild’s.
Also known as the “The Rothschild Temple” the Third Temple was scheduled to be built in 2012 (the beginning of the Shift of the Ages). Other accounts set Third Temple dedication on the 25th day of Kislev, the first day of Hanukkah, on the famed “Festival of Lights” (the lunar eclipse of December 10, 2011. On September 2, 2010, Israeli Prime Minister Benyamin Netanyahu and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas held a secret conference in Washington and the White House to negotiate the “Final Status” of a Palestinian State. On that same day, in a news brief just before the negotiations began, Aaron Klein reported:
“JERUSALEM – Ahead of the start of today’s Mideast summit in Washington, the Israeli government publicly conceded sections of Jerusalem will become part of a Palestinian state while holy sites would be governed by a ‘special regime’.
That ‘special regime’ might be behind the the first excavation focused on Al- Aqsa. This was carried out by the Palestine Exploration Fund, under the direction of Gen. Sir Charles Warren, during 1867-70 under the auspices of the British crown. This expedition launched the British Freemasonic “Temple Mount project.” In 1884, Warren was one of only nine Freemasons who founded the Quatuor Coronati Lodge, which arose out of a decision taken at the largest freemason gathering two weeks after the 1967 Six-Day War.
Many players involved, but with a guiding human hand as to what Palestinian sovereignty means. To the likes of you and I this is all nonsense, but a nonsense that has pervaded history since colonial Britain and France invaded Jerusalem. However, it is not about what you and I think, it is about what a body obsessed people believe, and with that an intent the veil of which slipped during a CNN interview with Yasser Arafat:
CNN’s Christiane Amanpour asked,
‘Would it be safer and better for you to extend this state of affairs that certain people would say is a sellout?”
‘… I had mentioned and promised my people, my nation, my religions, the Christianity and Islam and I’m not going to betray them. I will continue to liberate all Islamic and Muslim holy places. If not (pointing to himself) another one will come along to liberate it’.”
‘Your people want an economic future’?”
‘We Palestinians our first targets is our land (the land of the holy places)’.
At this point, Arafat leaned towards her and asked her if she knew what the holy places were?
After expressing several choppy thoughts, he suddenly leaned back in his chair and immediately changed his body language. The change was unmistakable. He obviously realized that he had said something that he would not have said, were he in control of the interview. He feigned a quick smile and announced that the interview was over…”
“…another one will come along to liberate it.’
The silence from global leaders over the 2014 massacre of Gazans could be cut with a knife, and the refusal (not denial) to acknowledge the massacre is blatently apparent. Underscoring this is the willingness to see every Palestinian ‘removed’ and the extent to which Israel and it’s historical roots (Egypt) are protected from impunity.