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  1. August 29, 2009 11:43 am

    The Wailing Wall should be recognized by the Jews as more holy than the spot where now is the mosque with the golden dome on the Temple Mount. On the latter place Abraham offered, but he got the animal in the bush on the edge of the mount where now is that Wailing Wall. Of course the site where God answered and provided the goat is more holy than where Abraham made an altar. On the flat surface of the mount no animal could be caught.
    When Abraham got the message to offer Isac he had to acknowledge that not he was master over his son. At the time what belonged to the gods had to be offered, thrown into the fire. The story ended well or in other words there was confirmation from Above that every individual person is a free being, subject only to God. However religious and political Palestinian leaders urge youth or compell young ones to terroristic suicide actions.
    The above information can be added free to your site and perhaps then you will like also to mention the following suggestion: Give back the other mosque on the Temple Mount to the christians and build at an empty spot a Psalms House of stainless steel and glass in the form of two raised folded praying hands, because the psalms poetry is common heritage of Jews, moslims and christians. Each denomination may sing, recite and musicize these marvellous songs on sabbath, friday and sunday, while on the other days together.
    p.s. On my website I put a few years ago a shortened translation of Joost van den Vondel’s Lucifer, a theater piece on ambition of man. Perhaps someone likes to make a tv version of it.

  2. Aimee permalink
    September 16, 2009 7:19 pm

    Can you tell me how those who put the prayers in the wall are compensated? I know that many would do it for free but I also know the need of support etc. Do you give to them in some way? I like the idea of being able to give to Rabbi’s that are taking the time to do this.

    • munerallc permalink*
      October 12, 2009 9:45 am

      Aimee,
      First, let me apologize for the delay in responding to you. Currently we have a partnership with Chabad and they put the prayers in the wall as volunteers. A lot of people have the same concern as you, so we’re currently working on a new version of Send a Prayer that will allow you to donate money to those volunteers.

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