One hundred years ago, he added, the people who spoke about establishing a Jewish state were a tiny minority – yet this is what happened. “The chances for a state 100 years ago were much slimmer than the chance for a Temple today,” he said. “Ofcourse one person cannot do this, so we have united – all of the bodies that focus on this subject and we want to tell the public – we built a state, now it is time for a change of consciousness.”
Comment by Adamantine:
Nothing speaks to me more of the lack of spiritual fervor in Israel than this delay on making use of the Temple Mount.
I am tired of waiting and I would think they should be also.