Jerusalem hosts month of Temple activities

Tuesday, July 10, 2007 |  by Staff Writer

A full range of activities focusing on the history and future of Israel's Temple to the Almighty will be held in Jerusalem this month.

Israel National News reported that the activities will include seminars with leading experts and rabbis, exhibits of rebuilt Temple artifacts, and walking tours on and around the Temple Mount. Many of the tours will also look at the events of the past 60 years that have moved Israel closer to the day of the construction of the Third Temple.

The activities have been scheduled to coincide with the period of mourning leading up to Tisha B'Av (July 24), which is the Hebrew calendar date on which both the First and Second Temples were destroyed.

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