The beginning of destruction of Al Aqsa on the 16th of March 2010 ? : Rabbi Vilna Gaon Prophecy


Sources : http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/1131599.html

http://israelmatzav.blogspot.com/2009/11/third-temple-on-its-way.html

http://beltwayblips.dailyradar.com/story/if-the-vilna-gaon-was-right-the-3rd-temple-is-on-its/

http://209.157.64.201/focus/f-religion/2428550/posts

http://www.haaretz.co.il/hasen/pages/ShArtStEngPE.jhtml?itemNo=941834&contrassID=2&subContrassID=5&title=‘The%20Messiah%20brought%20the%20first%20immigrants%20’&dyn_server=172.20.5.5

If the 18th-century rabbinic authority the Vilna Gaon was right, on March 16, 2010, construction will begin on the third Temple. His projection states that the auspicious day will coincide with the third completion of the Hurva Synagogue in Jerusalem’s Jewish Quarter.

The great day is at hand: On March 15, the reconstructed Hurva Synagogue, considered the most important house of prayer in Jerusalem will be rededicated. It was last destroyed in the War of Independence.

However, during the reconstruction process, the Hurva has become a bone of contention between ultra-Orthodox and other Jerusalemites.
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The conflict is over what kind of institution the Hurva will be. A group of secular and national-religious Jerusalemites say that if the state does not act quickly, the Hurva will become another ultra-Orthodox synagogue, where women and tourists are unwelcome.

“The government has invested millions in the restoration of the synagogue. It is a place of special value to tourists. The Jewish Quarter has dozens of synagogues and it doesn’t need another one,” said Tehila Nahlon, an activist.

The debate reflects wider issues of identity facing the Jewish Quarter, which has become increasingly ultra-Orthodox in recent years.

City councilwoman Rachel Azariya said, “The Hurva must not become just another synagogue, and the Jewish Quarter just another Haredi neighborhood.”

The Hurva, whose name means “ruin,” was initially built by disciples of Rabbi Judah Hahasid in the early 18th century. It was destroyed shortly thereafter by Muslims demanding the return of loans given to build the synagogue. After it was rebuilt in the mid-19th century, it became the most important synagogue in the country, but it was blown up in 1948 by the Jordan Legion a few days before the fall of the Jewish Quarter in the War of Independence.

In 2001, after years of debate, the government decided to restore the building.

The historic building, whose famous dome one more dominates the skyline of the Jewish Quarter, has now been meticulously recreated, including furnishings and wall frescoes.

MY personal commentary : And if we don’t do something RIGHT NOW they will destroy it !! and by the way , the coward and treacherous arab governments still didn’t make ANY SORT OF REACTION against the joining of our Islamic holy sites to the list of ” jewish heritage ” !!!

-Hussein M. Azmi.

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