The Temple Mount is Mine is the dramatic story of rulers, religions and conflict, both past, present and future. Holy to Judaism, Christianity and Islam, the Temple Mount in Jerusalem is also the world’s bloodiest and most fought-over site. This two-part documentary not only answers the question as to why the Temple Mount is a source of conflict, but also explores the mystical spell this special place has cast both in historical and modern times.
Some Jews and Christians want to rebuild the temple and the plans for the Third Temple are already on the drawing board. The staff at the Temple Institute in Jerusalem is busy making vats for the temple rituals and clothes for the priests. Talmud students in the Jewish schools in the Old City study the temple rituals so that later, when the temple is actually rebuilt, they will know all the laws.
This informative documentary contains the first film footage shot on and beneath the Temple Mount since the beginning of the Intifada in 2000, and includes two complete programs; In Search of the Holiest Spot on Earth and The Battlefield of Faith.
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Region: One (US & Canada Only)
Running Time: 104 minutes
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