People for a Bill to Build the Bet HaMikdash

April 4, 2014 The Rabbinate of Israel Now Permits Jews With Orthodox Rabbinical Permission to Go Up on the Temple Mount




PURPOSE

The purpose of People for a Bill to Build the Bet HaMikdash (PBBB), is to gain political approval, in Israel, for the building of the Jewish Temple in its proper place, through passing a bill in the Knesset.(Note: It is the intention of this bill to build the Third Temple on the location of the earlier Temples, and not to move or destroy the Al Aksa Mosque or to prevent Muslims from praying on the Temple Mount.

THE VAAD HAMOSHIACH

Our organization is working to help the Yorshim, (all male descendants), of King David to regain control of the Temple Mount.

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THE DIRECTORS

The Directors of People for a Bill to Build the Bet HaMikdash are:
Israel ben David
Boruch Fishman


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We Are an Amutah!


"People for a Bill to Build the Bet Hamikdash" is now part of the amutah Canfai Nsharim L'maan H'khal. After two years in judgment,and less than 2 months after requesting a blessing from Rav Avadia Joseph, the Chief Sephardic Rabbi, we received approval from the Israel Government. Part of our approved goals includes returning ownership of the Temple Mount to the all male descendants of King David, for the purpose of building the Third Temple.


Our Activities

We are currently working with Jerusalem lawyer Nahptali Wartzberger to perfect our bill to build the Third Temple. Afterwards, we will ask Naphtali to request M.K. Eldad to help us prepare the bill further, and then to bring the bill before the Knesset.

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THE BILL

Our organizational goal to submit a bill to the Knesset to win approval for building the Third Temple.

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Note: The word "Bet," is a transliteration of the Hebrew word for house. It can also be written as "Beit," "Bais," "Bait," or less commonly as "Beis." The term "Third Bet HaMikdash can also be written as "Third Temple," and is identical in meaning.


Plans to Build the Third Temple

Breaking News:

Winter 5775PFBBM is planning a proposal to build the old southern wall of the Temple Mount. The wall will be a perpendicular extension of the eastern wall from where the Hasmonean southern extension meets the old eastern from the time of King Solomon. The wall will protect Muslims praying in the courtyard north of the Al-Aqsa mosque from inadvertently coming the disgrace to the Holy presence of praying with their back to the area where the Holy of Holies stood (under the Golden Dome). Muslims are commanded to pray towards Mecca since the days when the Angel Gabriel ordered the prophet Mohammed to pray towards Mecca. In the Jewish religion, however, from long before the Muslim religion existed, the prophets said that when two people prayed in two different directions on the Temple Mount, it was as if they were testify8ing to the existence of 2 G-ds. The proposed southern wall, which will stand just south of the raised portion of the Temple Mount, will prevent this problem. Jews visiting the Temple Mount will walk just north of this wall, in an area of the old Temple Mount outside the courtyards of the temple, and Muslims will have more privacy in the areas surrounding the mosques.

Succoth 5775PFBBM successfully brought the water from the Shiloah Pool onto the Temple Mount. The water was poured onto the Temple Mount, in memory of the ritual, in an area outside the precincts of the old Temple Courtyard by two Kohanim

Our organization engaged in letter writing to members of Knesset, this past year, to express our disagreement with members of the right who wanted to link building the 3rd Temple with removing the mosques and Muslims from the Temple Mount. We hold that the mosques should stay, only that the Temple Mount through to the northern boundary of the ancient Temples should be recognized as the rightful property of the House of David for all Israel. The Temple can be built in the center of the Temple Mount without removing a single mosque (The Dome of the Rock is not a mosque). We know of no mitzvah that will be violated by this approach. We greatly regret the Jewish blood that was shed this past year because of conflict that we believe was generated by activities of members of the right who had previously expressed their desire to remove Muslims and the mosques from the Temple Mount. Especially we wish to remember Rabbi Moshe Twersky, a possible relative of one of the founders of our organization and a descendant of King David.

People in Need of Rephuah

Rabbi Chiam Goldberg of Givat Shaol will make Kabalistic prayers for Rephuah. Rav Goldberg has received blessings for his work from Rav Yitchak Caduri z"l and Rav Mordechai Eliyahu z"l with many miraculous stories of success. To schedule a rephuah please send a donation and explanation of the problem below. Contributions will be used to provide Shabbus meals for families in Givat Shaol. Rav Goldberg provides food for 500 people each Sabbath.

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News:

Tshri 5774 (September 2013) PFBBM has successfully brought the water from the Shiloah Pool onto the Temple Mount and poured it out there in memory of the Nisuch Hamayim

Fall 5774 (2013)PFBBM is asking M'K Moshe Fieglin to bring our bill to build the Third Temple before the Knesset. We have also sent an email to Arab M"K Tibi explaining that the bill will not change the status of the Al-Aqsa mosque or other mosques on the Temple Mount. We explained that our bill will also provide the opportunity for complete evaluation and strengthening of the Temple Mount foundations. We were disapointed when Dr. Tibi subsiquently publicly likened the aliyah of Jews to the Temple Mount to a bacterial infection.



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