Verzoek aan Netanyahu voor Herstarten Pesach-Offer!
Laatste citaat vorige blog: Het is aannemelijk dat het Mozaïsch Verbond zal worden ‘versterkt’ en daarmee de tempelrituelen en de offers worden hervat. Om de offers te doen ophouden (Dan. 9:27), zullen ze uiteraard eerst moeten worden hervat.
De volgende brief werd onlangs verzonden aan Benjamin Netanyahu.
Lees vooral ook de opmerking van Rabbi Hillel Weiss in de laatste alinea van dit artikel en vergelijk dit met de uitleg van het woord ‘naos’ op bladzijde 40 en 41 van het boek ‘De Opname: ná de Antichrist… maar vóór Gods Toorn’ (online te lezen/downloaden op homepagina van deze blog).
27 maart 2021 = 14 nissan (erev-Pesach: betekent ‘avond voor Pesach’)
A group of prominent rabbis sent a letter to Prime Minister Netanyahu, requesting that a Passover offering be allowed on the Temple Mount.
LETTER TO NETANYAHU: PASSOVER IS TIME FOR FREEDOM
To the esteemed Mr. Benjamin Netanyahu,
We bless you that you should have great success in the upcoming elections. May it be the will of the Lord of all, whose Holy presence dwells in Zion and whose chosen city is Jerusalem, that you should continue to lead the State of Israel and the people of Israel in the coming years for good.
The harassment of you personally and the people of Israel in general by internal and external parties such as the criminal court in The Hague requires that harassment of all types be put in its place. This can be done through a statement and action that signals to all governments, friends, enemies, and all parties competing in the elections where Israel has been heading since the dawn of history.
We are going to worship God, the God of Israel, the Creator of the world in the place that God has chosen. From there comes light and instruction to the whole world.
Law, justice and law, love and kindness.
The duty of worship and the right of worship of the people of Israel as in the days of the Exodus from Egypt is the clearest expression of the Exodus of the people of Israel into the world of freedom. With this message, all the harassers will be silenced.
Therefore, we ask you to allow us, as the representatives of the Jewish people, to carry out the Passover sacrifice this year and every year from now on to illustrate and observe the freedom of worship on the 14th of Nisan in the evening.
We ask that you speak out about this publicly in the coming days, stating openly that the State of Israel, the state of the Jewish people, intends to allow Jews, by virtue of their religious and national rights, to maintain a measured and modest freedom of worship on the Temple Mount. This message is especially important in the days before Passover, our time of freedom, and to give time to properly prepare one Passover sacrifice that will be for all of the nation of Yisrael while signaling to the whole world that the God of Israel has granted us the Exodus from Egypt and commanded us to perform the Torah commandments intended to bring Israel and all nations to freedom. To do this, we must perform the main national mitzvah; the Passover sacrifice!
Sincerely and with great respect
The United Temple movements for the Temple and the Temple Mount, in the name of the whole house of Israel
Rabbi Israel Ariel President of the Temple Institute
Rabbi Baruch Kahana, head of the priestly watch
Rabbi Aryeh Lipo, Secretary
Rabbi Hillel Weiss, the former spokesman for the Sanhedrin, emphasized that a Temple structure is not needed in order to bring the Passover sacrifice and a temporary altar that can be assembled and disassembled in one day would suffice.