Among the most exciting moments in this process of Redemption is watching the pieces come together. Anyone can do this. (You don't have to be a prophet!) Just by being an observer of the human scene,...current events, talk radio, internet news and daily experiences,--all this can be eye-opening about how the Rebbe's prophecy is being fulfilled.

Sunday, March 17, 2013

Thousands Dedicate a New Torah Scroll To Rebuild the Third Temple.

Many thousands of Jews around the world have just completed writing a Torah scroll for the Third Holy Temple which they anticipate will be rebuilt imminently in Jerusalem. For thousands of years Jews have been praying for the Temple to be rebuilt. This goal has taken on new immediacy in light of the prophecy of the Rebbe in 1991 that the world has entered the era of the Redemption. Rebuilding the Holy Temple is a high point of this new era, and will usher in a time of universal peace and prosperity for all mankind.

"The message is the Torah is for the Third Temple. That is the only message." - Alexander Levin, President, World Congress of Russian-speaking Jewry

Israel National News

New Torah Scroll Written by More Than 200 Thousand Jews

A new Sefer Torah, written by over 200 thousand Jews, was dedicated at the Western Wall.
 By Yoni Kempinski
First Published 3/14/13

A new Sefer Torah (Torah scroll) was dedicated at the Western Wall in Jerusalem this past Tuesday, which was Rosh Chodesh Nissan.
Arutz Sheva attended the dedication ceremony of the unique scroll, which was written by over 200 thousand people from all continents over a seven-year period. The project began in 2006, during the Second Lebanon War, and over 100 thousand soldiers wrote letters for the scroll as well.
The project was led by Igor Kolomoisky, President of the European Jewish Union (EJU), Vadim Rabinovich, Co-chair of the European Jewish Parliament (EJP) and Head of All-Ukrainian Jewish Congress, Genadiy Bogolubov, businessmen, and Alexandr Levin,  President of the World Congress of Russian speaking Jewry.

The goal of the project, the organizers told Arutz Sheva, is to write a Torah scroll for the Third Temple.
The scroll, said organizer Nachman Steinberg, reached “every corner in Israel where there are soldiers. Most of the Sefer Torah was written by soldiers. Jewish people abroad and in Israel were part of the project as well.”
The project was initiated and sponsored by the same people who were responsible for the rebuilding of the Hurva Synagogue in Jerusalem.
The Hurva Synagogue was destroyed when it was hit by a Jordanian shell during the 1948 War of Independence. It was rebuilt and restored in its original 19th century style, reopening in 2010.

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