Netanyahu uses Temple Institute sukkah

Temple Institute Co-founder blesses PM Netanyahu with 'unparalleled world peace and harmony' next year.

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PM Netanyahu's Temple Institute sukkah
PM Netanyahu's Temple Institute sukkah
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Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu will use a sukkah brought from the Temple Institute, printed with original artwork depicting the Holy Temple.

Temple Institute Co-founder and International Director Rabbi Chaim Richman, a weekly Arutz Sheva contributor, said, "Thirty years ago, before we established the Temple Institute, few people knew what the Holy Temples looked like."

"After decades of painstaking research and educational activities, including the commissioning of original and exact artwork, the vision of the Third Holy Temple is closer than ever. Our educational outreach has become so mainstream that today, the official State sukkah is adorned with our images.

"We are humbled that after two thousand years of yearning, we have returned and rebuilt the Jewish State, where the Prime Minister of Israel is proudly seen embracing his heritage, surrounded by images of the Holy Temple.

"I pray that the Prime Minister receive his arba minim (Four Species) next year in a fully rebuilt Jerusalem, with the rebuilding of the Third Holy Temple, in an era of unparalleled world peace and harmony as prophesied by all the prophets of Israel."