OOPS – THE DESTRUCTION OF (ENLIL) YAHWEHS TEMPLE : 9TH OF AV (12TH AUGUST)

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A DAY THAT IS

”DESTINED FOR TRAGEDY

(ENLIL) YAHWEH’S UNLUCKY DAY 
GOD OF THE OLD TESTIMENT 
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PICTURE
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Excavated stones from the Western Wall of the Temple Mount (Jerusalem, Israel), knocked onto the street below by Roman battering rams in 70 CE
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When the Israelites accepted the false report that the land of Canaan (Israel) would be “impossible” to conquer, the people wept over the false belief that God was setting them up for defeat. The night that the people cried was the ninth of Av, which became a day of weeping and misfortune for all time
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Tisha B’Av (help·info) (lit. “the ninth of Av”) (Hebrew: תשעה באב‎‎ or ט׳ באב) is an annual fast day in Judaism which commemorates the anniversary of a number of disasters in Jewish history, primarily the destruction of both the First Temple by the Babylonians and the Second Temple by the Romans in Jerusalem.

Tisha B’Av is regarded as the saddest day in the Jewish calendar and it is thus believed to be a day which is destined for tragedy.[1][2] Tisha B’Av falls in July or August in the Western calendar.

The observance of the day includes five prohibitions, most notable of which is a 25-hour fast. The Book of Lamentations, which mourns the destruction of Jerusalem is read in the synagogue, followed by the recitation of kinnot, liturgical dirges that lament the loss of the Temples and Jerusalem. As the day has become associated with remembrance of other major calamities which have befallen the Jewish people, some kinnot also recall events such as the murder of the Ten Martyrs by the Romans, massacres in numerous medieval Jewish communities during the Crusades and The Holocaust.
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LINK
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tisha_B%27Av
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