The need to preempt Iran and export gas to Egypt was the reason the government gave to push through its controversial plan for Israel's natural gas. Now, this reason may no longer exist.03:48 31.08.15 | 1 comments
The reality is that the temple is controlled by an Orthodox Rabbi, so those wishing to visit it must comply to the rules or Orthodoxy. If non-orthodox are allowed to practice as they wanted, Orthodox Jews would no longer be allowed to pray there based on their rules. And everybody prays outside of the temple, since the inside of the temple is considered too holy for Jews of today to enter. And since this holy temple was the temple of orthadox Jews who did animal sacrifices and prayed separately, why should people who decide to change the rules many generations later be allowed to corrupt the sanctity of our holy temple?