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Rabbi Nosson Scherman



20 Sep 2015

The Temple Mount

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Matzav writes about a recent UN Security Council statement regarding the temple Mount. However, the statement does not use the words "Temple Mount."

The National Council of Young Israel (NCYI) is questioning the objectivity of a statement issued on Thursday by the United Nations Security Council in relation to a recent spate of violence perpetrated by Palestinian Arabs on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. In expressing its concern and urging restraint, the UN stated that Muslims “must be allowed to worship in peace, free from violence, threats and provocation.”
http://matzav.com/young-israel-questions-bias-in-un-statement-about-quelling-violence-on-the-har-habayis/

The members of the Security Council expressed their grave concern regarding escalating tensions in Jerusalem, especially surrounding the Haram al-Sharif compound, including recent clashes in and around the site.

The members of the Security Council called for the exercise of restraint, refraining from provocative actions and rhetoric and upholding unchanged the historic status quo at the Haram al-Sharif — in word and in practice.
http://www.un.org/press/en/2015/sc12052.doc.htm


Chabad org describes the Rosh Hashanah reading for day 2.
"G‑d commands Abraham to sacrifice his son on Mount Moriah (the Temple Mount) in Jerusalem." http://www.chabad.org/parshah/article_cdo/aid/3084/jewish/Rosh-Hashanah-Torah-Readings.htm


Sam Shamoun wrote about the sacrifice in an article titled Abraham and the Child of Sacrifice - Isaac or Ishmael?

President Obama discusses G-d being ordered to sacrifice Isaac starting at the 3'05 minute of a video which can be accessed here.

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