One of the most troubling aspects of the recent violence and terror in Israel is the battle between truth and lies. Lies against Israel are easily accepted in every form and majority of forums, including major news outlets and governments. However, one of the most disturbing claims are those denying the existence of the Jewish Temples and the Jewish nation’s connection to the holy site. As worrying as this claim is, the current developments against Israel were anticipated thousands of years ago in the Jewish mystical text called the Zohar as part of the End of Days process:

“…The descendents of Ishmael will go up at that time (End of Days) with the nations of the world against Jerusalem…” (Zohar 1:119a)

The Jewish Temples were, until now, a universal truth chronicled in the Jewish Bible, the Koran and the New Testament. Nonetheless, the Jewish claim of a historical connection to their holiest site is being denied in mainstream press and in the international political arena. The New York Times recently published an article that claimed there is no corroborative archaeological evidence to substantiate Jewish claims of Temples on the Temple Mount. To deny this would seem incredible. However, in an almost close call, a recently shot down proposal at the UN sought to cancel out all Jewish claims to the Temple Mount by Arab nations, including the Palestinians. FULL REPORT