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‘The Temple Mount is in our hands’

Habayit Beyadenu.” These three Hebrew words — “the Temple Mount is in our hands” — have defined one of modern Jewry’s most historic moments. Toward the end of the miraculous Six Day War, shockingly, in addition to the return of the Old City of Jerusalem, after thousands of years the Temple Mount was back in […]
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Tehilla R. Goldberg

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