Allegedly, American-born rabbi Yahuda Glick was shot multiple times at point-blank range by an Arab assassin because of his Temple Mount activism – yet he “miraculously” survived and is doing remarkably well despite being filled with so many bullet holes.
The radical rabbi has even now been elected as an MP to the Israeli Knesset – not for some fringe party as we would expect – but as candidate #33 on the list for Netanyahu’s mainstream Likud.(Freemasonic number 33?!? Who writes this stuff?).
Turns out the “extremist” Glick is actually an ecumenical liberal quite comfortable with the leftist positions of “reform” Judaism – accepting reject the Bible, have women rabbis, approve of sodomite “marriage”, etc.
Glick and his apostate buddies want their future “temple” to be that abomination of paganism described in Ezekiel chapter 8.
Quite an animated fellow – waiving his broken arms around like crazy and jumping up and down despite having no stomach and only half a lung left.
MP Glick’s “miraculous” survival is now “proof” validating his vision to re-build the temple (on the site of a Roman legion fort).
Interesting questions about the alleged shooting are raised here:
The anti-Zionist vitriol of that site is a big distraction- it discounts everything as the biased ravings of a lunatic. And certainly not all the allegations seem valid [especially the supposed dummy (no need to fake that – just frame a patsy and then shoot him)], but nevertheless some inconsistencies do raise doubts.
Is Glick part of a hoax? I don’t know what to think at this point. I find his story difficult to accept at face value knowing that psyops are going on all the time and neither governments nor the media can be trusted to tell the truth.
In Jerusalem there was a section nearby the Wailing Wall but outside the walls of the city and called the ‘City of David’ where Hezekiah’s tunnel and the Gihon spring are located. It turns out that this is the true location of ‘Zion’ where the temple was actually located.
The implications of this discovery are enormous. Read the rest of this entry »