Saturday, 19 September 2015


The prophesy that The LORD God Almighty, The LORD Jesus Christ and The Holy Spirit revealed to me on 1st March 2015 about a distress and a historical confrontation coming to the Temple Mount area of Jerusalem in Israel has been accurately fulfilled as from 13th September 2015 (6 months later).

This started as a confrontation between Muslims (and Palestinians) on one hand and Israeli security forces on the other hand; especially after Israeli Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel had visited the Temple Mount. The Muslims (and Palestinians) groups had blocked Jews and Christians from accessing the Temple Mount area at the onset of Rosh Hashanah (The Feast of Trumpets) on Sunday 13th September 2015. This led to Israeli forces to forcefully remove the blockade and they even entered into the Al-Aqsa Mosque (which is situated at the Temple Mount) to push back the Muslims (and Palestinians) group and then they eventually locked the mosque, thus locking the Muslims (and Palestinian) group inside the mosque. What followed for the next 3 days was a very serious clash and running battles between the Israeli Security forces on one hand and the Muslims (and Palestinians) group on the other hand. This confrontation is still continuing for the fifth day even as I post and share this on 19th September 2015 including on Friday 18th September when Muslims go for their Friday prayer.

While posting the prophesy of The LORD 6 months ago on 1st March 2015, I titled it as follows: A Vision Where I Heard The LORD Say: “They Have Split My Holy Mountain Into Two, As They Fight Over My Mountain; With The Southern Part of The Mountain Going To My Enemy!!!”.

Furthermore, while posting and sharing forth this prophesy of The LORD, I stated as follows: ‘“In this vision of The LORD, I heard The LORD by voice, and He said the following: “They Have Split My Holy Mountain Into Two, As They Fight Over My Mountain; With The Southern Part of The Mountain Going To My Enemy!!!” Immediately after The LORD spoke in such a very profound and a very powerful voice in the vision of The LORD, I then saw a group of people on the southern part of The Holy Mountain “celebrating” over it. These people looked like Muslims, Palestinians and their associates. This Holy Mountain looked like the area in the temple mount (including Mount Olives) in Jerusalem.”’

Meaning that The LORD (The Holy One of Israel, The God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob; Him who has Chosen the whole of Jerusalem) was announcing very clearly and very specifically in that prophesy of 1st March 2015 (6 months ago) that there was a the then an upcoming very serious and historical distress, confrontation and fight coming over Temple Mount; a fight for and over Temple mount. The LORD categorically stated in that prophesy 6 months ago, that these people who will come to essentially “celebrate” over the Temple Mount, meaning protest over it as they claim it and show an act of defiance, would be the people I listed as follows in the prophesy of The LORD back then on 1st March 2015 (6 months ago): “Muslims, Palestinians and their Associates.”

As a result of this historical and very serious distress and fight over  Temple Mount, there has been a barrage of criticism of Israel from leaders of Arab and Muslim nations including Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Egypt e.t.c


NOTE: The second part of this prophesy of The LORD of 1st March 2015, which probably is unrelated to the first part that has been fulfilled, has not yet been fulfilled, but will be fulfilled soon at the Timing of The LORD. The second part of this prophesy as was revealed to me by The LORD and I consequently posted and shared across concerns The Israeli President Reuven Rivlin.


(i)-‘“Palestinians clashed on Friday with Israeli security forces in Jerusalem and the occupied West Bank after the Islamist movement Hamas called for a “day of rage” over tensions at the Al-Aqsa mosque site. In Jerusalem, three police were injured as a firebomb struck their van in the Jabal Mukaber district and eight Palestinians were arrested, including at least three youths, police said. Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets as protesters pelted them with stones in city neighbourhoods around the Mount of Olives, including in Shuafat refugee camp.”’

(ii)- ‘“The Red Crescent said a total of seven Palestinians were wounded by live fire and 44 by rubber bullets. The protesters adopted the same slogan everywhere. “By our soul and our blood, we sacrifice ourselves for you Al-Aqsa,” hundreds of them gathered in Nablus and the Gaza Strip chanted. Known to Muslims as Al-Haram al-Sharif (the Noble Sanctuary), the compound houses the famous golden Dome of the Rock shrine and Al-Aqsa mosque. As the location of Judaism’s biblical temples, it is known as the Temple Mount to Jews, who are allowed to visit but cannot pray there to avoid further raising tensions.”’

(iii)- ‘“Police said they had an intelligence warning that Arab youths were planning fresh confrontations and decided to keep them away by limiting the age of worshippers to 40 and above for men. In Jordan, thousands of protesters rallied in the capital Amman and other cities to denounced Israeli “violence” at Al-Aqsa. Israeli authorities fear further trouble ahead when the Muslim feast of Eid al-Adha coincides on Wednesday with the solemn Jewish fast of Yom Kippur.”’

(iv)- ‘“Police spokeswoman Luba Samri said police entered the al-Aqsa mosque compound early Tuesday morning to disperse a group of protesters who had holed up inside the mosque overnight. The protesters threw rocks, fireworks, concrete blocks and a firebomb at officers, she said, adding that two Palestinians were arrested and five police officers were lightly injured. She said that a firebomb thrown from within the mosque at police ignited planks of wood stockpiled by the protesters. Mosque officials later extinguished the fire. Police released photos showing piles of charred rubble outside the mosque.”’

(v)- ‘“On Monday night Jordanian King Abdullah II warned Israel to restore calm. "Any more provocations in Jerusalem, will affect the relationship between Jordan and Israel; and Jordan will have no choice, but to take action, unfortunately," he said.”’

(vi)- ‘“Clashes between Arab youths and Israeli police broke out Sunday at one of the holiest sites in the world for both Muslims and Jews. The confrontation at the al-Aqsa mosque complex in Jerusalem began just hours before the start of the Jewish New Year. Israeli police said they received intelligence on the eve of Rosh Hashanah that masked demonstrators were barricading themselves inside the mosque, while erecting barriers outside to prevent anyone from entering.”’

(vii)- ‘“Israeli officers said that "rioters" hurled rocks and fireworks at them in an attempt to keep them at bay, but the confrontation spilled from inside out onto the streets of the Old City of Jerusalem, where it went on for hours. The Palestinian news agency Ma'an told a different story reporting that Israeli forces "stormed the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound shortly after dawn prayer, firing rubber-coated steel bullets and stun grenades, leading to the injury of several worshipers."’

(viii)- ‘“Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas condemned the police action and "the aggression of the Israeli storming of al-Aqsa this morning, with troops and occupation police," according to Haaretz. "It is a duty and a right to take action against lawbreakers to allow freedom of worship in this holy place," countered Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. "We will act firmly against stone-throwers, Molotov cocktails, and pipe bomb throwers or those who use any other means." Israeli Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan said it "requires all of us to think about the arrangements that are in place there."’

(ix)- ‘“Israel on Friday prevented Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah from entering the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, where strict security measures have been in place following days of violence.”’

(x)- ‘“Clashes also broke out at various other points across the capital Friday. Three Border Police officers were wounded when their vehicle was hit by a petrol bomb in the Jabel Mukaber neighborhood early Friday evening. The policemen then fired on the rioters, wounding one person. In an unusual move, the Knesset Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee convened an emergency session Friday, and okayed the call-up of several hundred Border Police reservists.”’

(xi)- ‘“The violence began Sunday when police, acting on a tip from the Shin Bet security service, raided the Temple Mount and found pipebombs and other improvised weapons, apparently prepared in advance for an organized riot. Despite Israeli denials, Palestinians are claiming that Israel plans to make changes to the status quo at the Temple Mount, where Jews can visit but are prevented from praying. PA President Mahmoud Abbas said this week that Israel would not be able to change the status quo. “Al-Aqsa is ours, the Holy Sepulcher is ours,” Abbas said, referring to the Old City church that Christians believe is the site of Jesus’ crucifixion. “They do not have the right to pollute them with their dirty feet, we do not allow them and we will do everything possible to protect Jerusalem.”’

(xii)- ‘“Saudi King Salman has appealed to UN chief Ban Ki-moon and members of the Security Council for “urgent measures” after clashes at the Temple Mount and al-Aqsa Mosque, state media reported late Wednesday. Salman “expressed strong condemnation of the dangerous Israeli escalation” at the holy site where Palestinian protesters clashed with Israeli police for three straight days, the Saudi Press Agency reported. “He called for serious and speedy international efforts and for the intervention of the Security Council to take all urgent measures to stop these violations,” it said. Salman added that the “attack on worshipers” violates the sanctity of religions “and contributes to feeding extremism and violence in the world.”’

(xiii)- ‘“King Mohammad VI of Morocco on Thursday joined the growing chorus of Muslim leaders expressing outrage over Israel’s “violations” at the site, and discussed the issue with officials from the Palestinian Authority, Qatar and Jordan, Israel Radio reported. Muslim protesters fear Israel will seek to change the rules governing the site, with far-right Jewish groups pushing for more access and even efforts by fringe organizations to erect a new temple.”’

(xiv)- ‘“According to the report, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reiterated his previous condemnation of Israel, and warned Jerusalem it was making a very serious mistake that could prove harmful to the entire region. On Tuesday, Erdogan urged the United Nations to act against Israel’s “breach” of the sanctity of the mosque in Jerusalem, and reportedly told the UN chief that Israel’s actions were “unacceptable” and a cause for “serious indignation” in the Muslim world.”’

(xv)- ‘“The police said its forces had entered the site after protesters began throwing stones and firecrackers at the Mughrabi Gate, the access point for non-Muslim visitors to the site. Police said that protesters had wedged open a door to the mosque, which officers had later closed, allowing visits to the Temple Mount to continue as scheduled.The UN, US and EU have urged restraint on both sides amid the latest clashes, while Jordan, which has custodianship rights over Muslim holy places in Jerusalem under its 1994 peace treaty with Israel, has warned that bilateral relations are at stake. Israeli security forces claim to find pipe bomb after entering flashpoint compound, clashing with Palestinian youths who barricaded themselves within Al-Aqsa Mosque.”’

(xvi)- ‘“According to the police, Palestinian youths barricaded themselves within the Al-Aqsa Mosque, located within the compound. They reportedly attacked security forces from its entrance, pelting them with stones and firing flares, prompting a rare police raid. The police also said they found a pipe bomb at the site. Police raid Temple Mount compound on eve of Rosh Hashanah. September 13, 2015. Israel Police Later on Sunday morning, Agriculture Minister Uri Ariel visited the complex, together with Jewish activists. The visit ended without incident, although scuffles broke out between Palestinian schoolchildren and police officers blocking the gates leading to the site.”’

(xvii)- ‘“Responding to the clashes, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Israel would "use every means at its disposal to preserve the status quo and law and order in the Temple Mount." He added that it was Israel's "right and duty to act against rioters to protect freedom of worship" at the site. Israel's security forces would "move aggressively and immediately against those throwing stones, firebombs or pipe bombs," Netanyahu said in a statement. Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said he "strongly condemned the aggression of the Israeli storming of Al-Aqsa this morning, with troops and occupation police." The Jordanian government urged Israel to stop any action that could destabilize the status quo at the Temple Mount. A spokesperson called on Israel to stop what it termed "provocations" that could harm the holy site. The Muslim Brotherhood movement in Jordan announced it would be holding a demonstration in Amman later Sunday in the wake of the event. According to Israel Police, groups of Palestinian youths were planning to clash with security forces and disrupt visits to the holy site on the eve of Rosh Hashanah, and prepared to barricade themselves within the mosque, blocking its entrances with bookcases, metal bars, heavy ropes and even nets.”’

(xviii)- ‘“The police eventually cleared the entrance to the mosque, removing the makeshift barricades set up by the Palestinians, and even claimed to have sealed the mosque with some rioters inside. "This morning's incident is severe and is being examined by the relevant authorities," said Jerusalem Police's chief, Moshe Edri. The police "make every effort to permit freedom of worship for all religions and denominations in Jerusalem, but will continue to show zero tolerance to any attempt to disrupt the order and harm the status quo in the Temple Mount," he added. Israeli police firing stun grenades and tear gas clashed with rock-throwing Palestinians who barricaded themselves inside Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque on Tuesday, police and witnesses said, in the third day of violence at the sacred site. Masked Palestinians hurled flares at the security forces, who said they were trying to secure the plaza outside Islam's third holiest shrine to stop a Palestinian attempt to disrupt visits to the compound on Jewish New Year.”’

(xix)- ‘“The White House said it was deeply concerned about the violence at the site, revered by Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary and by Jews as the Temple Mount and called on all sides to "exercise restraint and refrain from provocative actions and rhetoric". King Abdullah of Jordan said the Israeli actions were provocative and could imperil ties between the countries, state media reported on Tuesday, and Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemned the raid. "If this continues to happen ... Jordan will have no choice but to take action," King Abdullah, whose father King Hussein signed a peace treaty with Israel in 1994, said.”’

(xiix)- ‘“Khaled Mashal, head of Hamas's political bureau, had a phone conversation with Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas regarding events at the Temple Mount. Violence erupted beyond the Temple Mount. In the early afternoon, around 170 Palestinians were rioting and throwing stones and firebombs at the border fence next to Tul Karm, more than 100 kilometers from Jerusalem.”’

(xiiix)- ‘“An American Jewish umbrella group on Friday lambasted the UN Security Council’s statement about violence on the Temple Mount issued the day before, saying it was “one sided,” and “unacceptable” in its denial of Jewish connection to the holy site. The Security Council on Thursday expressed “grave concern” about ongoing violence on the contested holy site known to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary, or Haram al-Sharif, and to Jews as the Temple Mount. The statement said Muslims at the site “must be allowed to worship in peace, free from violence, threats and provocations” and that “visitors should be without fear of violence or intimidation.”’

(xivx)- ‘“Israeli Ambassador to the UN Ron Prosor chastised the Security Council for omitting mention of Palestinian violence at the flashpoint site, for only using the Arabic name for the Temple Mount, and for neglecting to mention “the deep connection of the Jewish people to the Temple Mount, and the right of all to visit the site.” The Conference of Presidents of Major American Jewish Organizations, in turn, echoed Prosor’s statement by saying in a statement that it was “unacceptable that the members of the United Nations Security Council continue to lend themselves to the denial and denigration of the Jewish connection to its holiest site as well as the historic associations of Christians to the Temple Mount.” It criticized the Security Council for neglecting to mention “that the violence was organized and initiated by Palestinians.”’



Headline: Clashes Between Palestinians, Police Rock Temple Mount on Eve of Rosh Hashanah

2- Ynet News

Headline: Temple Mount clashes continue for third day

3- Al Monitor

Headline: Temple Mount violence escalates

4- Middle East Eye

Headline: Tensions flare, protests intensify over Al-Aqsa Mosque compound

5-Times of Israel

Headline: Saudi king seeks ‘urgent’ UN action on Temple Mount clashes


Headline: Palestinians, Israeli police clash at Jerusalem shrine for third day

7- CNN

Headline: Clashes at al-Aqsa ahead of Rosh Hashanah

8- World Tribune

Headline: Saudi  king  makes ‘urgent’  appeal  to UN,  White House  after  Temple Mount  clashes

9- South China Morning Post

Headline: Palestinians and Israelis clash over Al-Aqsa mosque after Hamas calls for ‘Day of Rage’

10- Times of Israel

Headline: Jewish group pans UN’s ‘one-sided’ Temple Mount statement

11- The New York Times

Headline: Clashes Damage Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, and Jordan Warns Israel

12-Todays Zaman

Headline: Turkey condemns Israel over Jerusalem holy site violence

13-Times of Israel

Headline: Israel stops Palestinian PM from visiting Temple Mount

14-Times of Israel

Headline: Egypt’s Sissi condemns ‘violations’ on Temple Mount

15-Israel National News

Headline: Jordan: Temple Mount 'A Place of Worship for Muslims



Precious Jesus, 

I acknowledge today that you are LORD and savior of all mankind, 

and today I have recognized my shortfall,

I repent and turn away from all sin. 

Please cover me with your precious blood, 

and establish your word in my life,

that I may be found in righteousness and holiness 

and write my name in your book of life 

and baptize me with the power of the Holy Spirit 

in the mighty name of Jesus Christ. 


Shalom!!! Shalom!!! Shalom!!! 

Your Brother in Christ and A Servant of The LORD

Prophet Kevin Mirasi

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