Matthew 24:15 “So when you see the abomination of desolation spoken of by the prophet Daniel, standing in the holy place (let the reader understand)…” -Jesus
The future Temple is in the news…
US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman was present at the Bnei Brak headquarters of the Achiya organization. This is a nonprofit ultra-Orthodox charitable organization. Achiya serves children with learning disabilities. During the photo op, Achiya presented Ambassador Friedman with a poster. The poster was of the Temple Mount. Instead of the Muslim golden dome, the real estate in the picture was replaced with the Jewish Temple.
Enter spin control by all parties involved…
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“Ambassador Friedman was not aware of the image thrust in front of him when the photo was taken. He was deeply disappointed that anyone would take advantage of his visit to Bnei Brak to create controversy. The US policy is absolutely clear: we support the status quo on the Haram al-Sharif/Temple Mount.” -US embassy in Jerusalem
“The management of Achiya wishes to apologize to the American Ambassador in Israel, Mr. David Friedman, and to the US Embassy in Israel. An employee from the Achiya organization handed the ambassador a poster that was not approved by Achiya, the embassy, or the ambassador.”
“We wish to thank Ambassador David Friedman and the embassy staff for the professionalism and generosity they showed in the visit to Achiya to highlight the important work we do to change lives for the better. To our regret, the event was overshadowed by a cheap political act. The employee responsible for that has been identified and has apologized, and we will deal with the issue internally in the organization.”
“We want again to thank the ambassador for his time and apologize from the bottom of our heart for this unnecessary incident.” -Achiya Spokesperson
I am calling my shot. The Temple will likely be a bargaining chip in the “Peace Plan”. The Temple is going to happen, Jesus said.
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