Conflict surrounding the Temple Mount is one of the two major issues that have continued to plague the peace process in Israel. The recent Intifida began when Ariel Sharon attempted to pay an official visit of state to the Har HaBayis. In spite of the toll, which that conflict cost Israel, many issues surrounding the Temple Mount remain unresolved. According to a book by a former Director of the Shin Bet, the various organizations involved in activities related to building the Third Temple are secretly hoping that an extremist group will succeed in blowing up the Dome of the Rock and that this act will precipitate a Jihad against Israel. As a result, the Shin Bet is forced to continually monitor the various groups trying to rebuild the Temple, and the issue remains a festering wound and a smoldering fire beneath the surface of Israeli Politics. It is the intention of this Bill to clarify and resolve the conflicts surround the Temple Mount and to encourage the Knesset to take a proactive approach to resolving the conflicts pertaining to the Temple Mount, before they once more erupt into violence.