Was the Jewish Temple Actually on the Temple Mount?

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A once thoroughly debunked theory that the two Jewish temples did not stand on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem is currently gaining traction in the Christian world.

A new Cry for Zion video explains why we know the Temples were on the Temple Mount and that it is essential for Christians to connect with the Jews' holiest site.

Cry for Zion, a nongovernmental organization of Jews and Christians advocating Jewish rights to the Temple Mount, features Doron Keidar, the founder of Cry for Zion, and John Enarson, the organization's Christian relations and creative director. Their motivation for producing the video was generated in reaction to Robert Cornuke's best-selling book titled Temple: Amazing New Discoveries that Change Everything About the Location of Solomon's Temple, published in 2014. According to Cornuke's theory, both Jewish temples stood further south in an area now known as Ir David (the city of David). Instead, a massive Roman fort stood on what is now known as the Temple Mount.

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