Israel Reopens Jerusalem Holy Site After Deadly Attack

Israeli border police officers stand guard outside the Damascus Gate in Jerusalem's Old City, Saturday, July 15, 2017. On Friday, three Palestinian terrorists opened fire from a sacred site inside the Old City, known to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as the Temple Mount, killing two Israeli police officers before being shot dead.

By Published on July 16, 2017

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  • Ryan

    The three terrorists were hoping to start a bigger confrontation that would have erupted into a full scale war. One has to wonder how big a spark will it take to bring about the bigger war.
    The bigger war in the ME could very easily be the war spoken of in Ezekiel 38, something that could again be what it would take to be the setting forth of the first horseman spoken of in Rev. chapter 6.
    The world is, at present, teetering on the brink, how many heart beats away is it?

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