Skip to comments.Lawsuit Demands Bank Loans for ‘Building the Third Temple’ (Israel)
Posted on 05/08/2014 11:06:25 PM PDT by Olog-hai
An Ethiopian immigrant is suing Israels major banksbecause they are denying him loans that he is seeking to build the Third Holy Temple (Beit Hamikdash).
The Temple was the spiritual center of the Jewish people for millennia; the destruction of the first two temples marked the exile of the Jewish people twice, first to Babylonia and then to Rome. The destruction of the Second Temple rendered the Temple Mount a ruin, and was later taken over by first the Christians, and then the Muslims, who built two mosques on the site of the Temple. [ ]
However, the immigrant does not have enough money to file the lawsuit. Under Israeli law, anyone seeking damages in a civil suit must pay court fees of 2.5% of the amount they are seeking. The rule exists to prevent nuisance lawsuits from flooding Israeli courts.
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Sounds like some kind of a nitwit, or a conman, (or both) to me.
Somehow, some day.
Then, look out....
Whoever they are they need to join the Temple Institute and Rabbi Chaim Richman, and don’t forget to consult Dr. Joseph Good. Study the plan a few years.
OMG. If we had this, we would reduce medical costs by $500 billion per year, and put 95% of ambulance chasers out of business.