JD: They refer to the Temple Mount only as a Moslem site and solely as a Moslem site. They ignored all of Jewish history. That does not bode well for the future does it?
DD: Well it doesn’t and its just historically wrong. I mean haram sharif that means the sanctuary haram al sharif is the noble and the Moslems have called it that for 1500 years. The Mount of the holy house for over 3,000 years that’s just a fact. The Bible of course focuses on that and to leave that name out entirely in this resolution supported by I think 134 countries not supported by the US, Australia or Canada and a few other countries Guatemala that moved their embassy to Jerusalem also opposed it. But most UN member states supporting it and most European nations supporting it. The Israeli Ambassador simply said look lets recognize the Jewish connection to this as well here. By the way the Israelis are lamenting the fact that the Democratic Ambassador to the UN will probably be far less supportive of Israel than President Trump’s Nikki Haley. So they’re watching that side of it as well.
JD: David Dolan explaining how the United Nations declared that the Temple Mount in Jerusalem is a Moslem site and at the same time completely ignoring Jewish history.
We report this information because it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.
Let me set aside the UN declaration on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem and remind you of what God’s word says about this very sacred piece of real estate. In II Samuel 5 God gave Jerusalem to the Jewish people as its political capital and that forever. II Samuel 6 God makes Jerusalem the spiritual capital for the Jews and then God gives King David the city of Jerusalem as its eternal capital when He gives David the Davidic Covenant. Now that should negate the United Nations Declaration. The ancient Jewish prophet Zechariah said that the Messiah Jesus Christ will come to Jerusalem to build His kingdom Temple from which He will rule and reign forever, that’s Zechariah 6:12 & 13. The United Nations resolution is not absolute. God’s word is absolute.