The Temple Mount is situated in the Old City of Jerusalem. The Bible refers to the Temple Mount as the place where God chose the divine presence to rest (Isa 8:18), and is the site of the First and Second Holy Temples. The location is the holiest site in Judaism and is the place Jews turn towards during prayer everywhere in the world. Lebanon cedar timbers from the First Temple are shown covered in outside storage but left exposed to the elements in the open. In this collect you can see members of the Wakf lookout stationed high on a wall to further the observation of the Jewish group. Click a photo to see it enlarged. You can click the gallery link beneath the photo to see similar photos in the underlying gallery.
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