|By PR Newswire||
|January 28, 2014 08:40 AM EST||
EUGENE, Ore., Jan. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- "Jerusalem and the Lost Temple of the Jews." A breakthrough film forecasts a major sea change in Middle East hostilities. New emerging facts suggest a potentially unsuspected outcome:
*Evidence proves the entire temple mount was actually the Roman fortress Antonia.
*The Wailing Wall long thought to be the western wall of the temple was only a retaining wall
*The water source for the priest's temple rituals could have only come from the Gihon springs
The question of how will the tenuous Middle East crisis come to an end may have its answer in this stunning documentary.
The Jewish people have long sought to rebuild their temple on the supposed Temple Mount complex. Yet, they are unable to do so, because residing on that hallowed ground sits the Muslim's Dome of the Rock shrine. Consequently, the angst created by the monumental impasse has spread to the entire Middle East affecting the whole world.
For hundreds of years the Jews have painstakingly petitioned God pleading with Him to allow them to rebuild their temple; their eyes riveted on the thirty-five acre parcel just above their most holy Wailing Wall. The ongoing saga of unanswered prayers has not abated an intense desire to rebuild the temple; destroyed by the Romans. Yet the mounting tension with outbreaks of violence between Arabs and Jews occurring daily, seems to be without end.
But, the outcome may be quite different than anything ever expected. Klein says, "After studying the area for over 40 years, I came to realize I had been duped by the conventional view. I am certain the evidence provided in this documentary is unmistakably valid and factual."
Archeological discoveries, eyewitness account, expert witnesses, and historical writing have combined to present a clear picture and perhaps an answer to the untenable situation.
Ken Klein Productions has produced another bombshell film. Ken: I can honestly say that "Jerusalem & The Lost Temple of the Jews," in just a short period, has become a "Best-Seller" at Amazon, Netflix and his titles are scheduled to appear in retail stores in summer of 2014. Watch for it.
Albert Nader, President, Questar, Inc. Chicago Distributor.
Contact: Ken Klein, Ken Klein Productions
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