BIN: Mount Zion, a site of great importance to the Jewish people, is almost entirely owned by the Vatican. It happens to also be a focal point of a political battle being fought, oddly enough, underground.
Harry Moskoff is an executive producer and writer of The A.R.K. Report, an account of his research into the location of the lost Ark of the Covenant. Moskoff is a devout Jew who uses archaeology to investigate his Biblical theories and is preparing to film a documentary that will investigate what lies below some of Jerusalem’s holiest sites.
When he launched his investigation, Moskoff was shocked to find resistance from nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) that tried to prevent him from accessing the site.
“This is a political battle being fought on the battlefield of archaeology, but the archaeological sites are also the Biblical sites. They are hijacking the science of archaeology for what is really a religious battle.”
“The Vatican fought for years to gain control of Mount Zion, their main interest lies in the room where the Christians believe the Last Supper was held. The previous Pope promoted a political agenda that advanced the Palestinian cause because he wanted to gain control of the site”. more …
Opinion: The previous pope to Francis was Benedict who at one point thoroughly enraged the Muslim world when in 2006 he quoted a phrase from 14th century Byzantine emperor Manuel II Palaiologos during his Regensburg lecture. The quote said:
“Show me just what Muhammad brought that was new and there you will find things only evil and inhuman, such as his command to spread by the sword the faith he preached.”
After mending ties in 2009, Benedict was greeted by Muslim leaders at the Temple Mount:
Benedict’s tradition of support for Arab Palestinians was a continuation of Pope John Paul’s embrace of Yasser Arafat:
In 2000, speaking in a mosque in Palestinian-held Ramallah, Yasser Arafat declared, “No one will succeed in removing us from our land, including Jerusalem, and the Palestinian flag will fly from the Temple Mount and from the churches in Jerusalem.”
When John Paul II ascended to the Temple Mount in 2000, he also wasn’t welcomed by Israeli officials, but by representatives of the Palestinian Authority:
It was the Pope’s implicit recognition of Islamic hegemony. It was taken to mean that Islam and Christianity superseded Judaism and have the right to “inherit” its holy places.
On June 26th, 2015 – the Vatican signed its first treaty with the “State of Palestine”. Since then, the Vatican has taken a stance as the ally of the heads of the Palestinian Authority in the place most holy to the Jewish people.
January 12, 2017 – Pope Francis welcomed Mahmoud Abbas to the Vatican:
January 14, 2017 – The first Palestinian embassy on European soil was open at the Vatican, on the eve of the 70 nation Paris peace talks.
On December 6, 2017 Pope Francis spoke against President Trump’s declaration of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital: “I make a heartfelt appeal so that all commit themselves to respecting the status quo of the city, in conformity with the pertinent resolutions of the United Nations.”
So the Vatican supports Arab terrorists in order to fulfill its desire to control Jerusalem’s most important site: the Temple Mount.
A cup of drunkenness (Zechariah 12:3) indeed.