The Discovery of the Half Shekel on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem from 66 A.D.

For the first time since the destruction of the Second Temple in Jerusalem in 70 ce a half-shekel coin from the year 66 CE was discovered on the site of the Holy Temple Mount. This treasured coin was found in the debris that was thrown out from the Temple Mount into the Kidron Valley by the Arabs when they illegally excavated on the Temple Mount in 1999 and desecrated the holy mountain of G‑d. The dig was carried out with the explicit goal to deny the existence of the Jewish Temples on the Temple Mount by converting the area called “Solomon Stables” (which were never actual stables but rather were an important part of the 2nd Temple complex built by King Herod) into a huge mosque. It caused severe archaeological damage to the ancient layers of the holy mountain, including the remains of the 1st and 2nd Temples. The Temple Mount and Land of Israel Faithful Movement petitioned the Supreme Court in Israel many times in order to immediately stop these barbaric and destructive diggings. Unfortunately the weak Israeli authorities were afraid that if they stopped this horrendous vandalism, it would cause an Arab-Islamic reaction that would soon grow into worldwide condemnation of Israel. Again the Israeli government yielded to human pressure and lacked trust in the Almighty G‑d of Israel with His eternal promises to Israel not to allow any power in the world to gain control over the people and the Land of Israel. — read more

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