Historic Number of Jews Ascend the Temple Mount

by Avi Abelow
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The Jewish holiday of Sukkot is one of three Jewish holidays when Jews are commanded to go up to the Temple Mount. Since the Temple was destroyed over 2,000 years ago, and the majority of the Jewish people being in exile for most of those years, unfortunately, few Jews today follow through on going up to the Temple Mount on those three holidays.

However, little by little, Jews are returning to follow our ancient customs as they were intended, including returning to go up to the Temple Mount on this holy holiday of Sukkot.

This year was the first time that I personally made it up to the Temple Mount during the Sukkot holiday.

and I was not alone. Whereas last year’s high was 747 Jews going up to the Temple Mount on the first day of Sukkot (in the Jewish year of 5782), this year that number was just about dubled, with 1,397 Jews going up (in the Jewish year of 5783).

This is absolutely historic!

These are amazing, historic numbers!

In addition to the many Jews from across Israel and abroad who went up to to our holy Temple Mount, the High on the Har organization escorted a number of important VIPs, including Jordan Peterson, Ben Shapiro, Matt Levin of Pumpidisa Band, legendary Jewish singer Gershon Veroba, Machon Shilo’s Rabbi Avi Grossman, and Israeli MK Itamar Ben Gvir.

Jordan Peterson and Ben Shapiro on the Temple Mount
Jordan Peterson and Ben Shapiro walking on the Temple Mount, with the Mount of Olives in the Background
Singer Gershon Veroba with High on the Har Rabbi Yehuda Levi and Dr. Dr. Melissa Jane Kronfeld
MK Itamar Ben-Gvir
Matt Levin of Pumpidisa Band

Anyone interested in booking a life-changing tour of the Temple Mount with High on the Har should visit their website and contact them.

May we merit to see more and more Jews go up to our holy Temple Mount with each day. This is one of the important steps on how we bring the geulah/redemption.

My Previous Visit Just days Ago on the Eve of Yom Kippur

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