For thousands of years Jews prayed facing towards the Temple Mount.
In Morocco they turned to the East, in Moscow they faced South, in Iraq they faced West. In every generation Jews all over the world yearned for Jerusalem and the Temple Mount.
Today we are separated from the Heart of the Nation. The closest access to the Temple Mount is outside its Western Wall.
The Poet says, "I remember my father's eyes, I shall not forget how he looked East from Morocco towards the Temple Mount."
Jews prayed fervently dreaming of the return to the Temple Mount.
In the midst of suffering and on joyous occasions, Jews longed to return to the Temple Mount.
Throughout history Jews carried the dream of Jerusalem and the Temple Mount in their hearts.
The Temple Mount is now closed to all Jews and Christians.
Open Access to the Temple Mount Now.
Prayer and tears at the Western Wall