Israeli Group Issues Temple Tax Coin Featuring Image of Trump

Organization preparing for Third Temple likens Trump to Persia’s King Cyrus, who approved Second Temple

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The rich shall not give more, and the poor shall not give less, than the half shekel, when you give the Lord's offering to make atonement for your lives. – Exodus 30:15

One of the various Israeli groups preparing for the building of the Third Temple has issued a half shekel Temple tax coin featuring the images of Persian's King Cyrus and US President Donald Trump.

Cyrus allowed the Jews to return to the Land of Israel following their captivity in Babylon, and facilitated construction of the Second Temple.

The Hamikdah Betzion (The Temple in Zion) organization believes that Trump's December 6 declaration recognizing Israel's sovereignty in Jerusalem set him on a similar path.

"This is a historic act for which the Jewish people is grateful," Prof. Hillel Weiss, chairman of the group, told Israel National News.

But Weiss cautioned that Trump must not stop now if God's full blessing on his administration is to be bestowed: "The Trump Declaration must continue with a declaration of the role of the Jews in establishing the Temple in its place. Only then will President Trump's international ambitions come true in the Middle East."

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