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The Western Wall – The remains of the Herod’s Temple
The Western Wall – The remains of the Herod’s Temple
The Western Wall – The remains of the Herod’s Temple
The Western Wall – The remains of the Herod’s Temple
The Western Wall – The remains of the Herod’s Temple
The Western Wall – The remains of the Herod’s Temple
The Western Wall – The remains of the Herod’s Temple
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The Western Wall – The remains of the Herod’s Temple

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  • The Western Wall is NOT the remains of Herod's temple. It us only the retaining wall for the Temple Mount itself. The Temple -- both of them -- lies in destruction.
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  • 1. The Western Wall – the remains of the Herod’s Temple
  • 2. The Temple of Solomon (the first Temple) was built on top of Temple Mount in the 10th century BC, but in the year 586 BC, it was destroyed by the Babylonians. The Western Wall – the remains of the Herod’s Temple
  • 3. The Western Wall – the remains of the Herod’s Temple The remains of Herod’s Temple, is the perimeter wall known today as the Western Wall.
  • 4. The Western Wall – the remains of the Herod’s Temple Today, the Western Wall is also a Jewish national symbol where most important ceremonies, both religious and secular, are celebrated at the Western Wall Plaza.
  • 5. It should be noted that the Western Wall is the only site part of Temple Mount that Jews visit for religious purposes and worship. The Western Wall – the remains of the Herod’s Temple
  • 6. The Western Wall – the remains of the Herod’s Temple His view was that Jews should look to Temple Mount as a historical site that was tied to Judaism and not a religious site.
  • 7. Some Palestinian clerics however have questioned the holiness of even the Western Wall. The Western Wall – the remains of the Herod’s Temple
  • 8. Visit www.HilalPlaza.com To Get the “ Jerusalem is OURs” – The Centuries Old Christian, Islamic, and Jewish struggle for the "Holy Lands" E-BOOK

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