Out of all the places on earth, the G-d of Israel chose the Temple Mount as the place to reveal the fullness of His Presence on earth.
Jacob referred to the Temple Mount as the "Gateway to Heaven," yet few Jews express the desire to pray there today.
When all the nations desire to and are allowed to pray on the Temple Mount, war will end, per Isaiah 2.
In 1967 when the Temple Mount was liberated by Jewish soldiers, hareidi rabbis went to Dayan and instructed him to tell Levi Eshkol to give the Arabs the Temple Mount since, "The People of Israel have no interest in the Temple Mount." They also said the UN should be notified that, "We have no interest in the Temple Mount."
Only a few thousand Jews per year show interest in the Temple Mount by going up on the Mount. Meanwhile millions of Jews pray with their faces against a retaining wall known as the Kotel.
Many Torah-learned rabbis ascend the Temple Mount halachically and teach others to do so correctly.
Jews are arrested by Israeli police for praying or even moving their lips while on the Temple Mount. For instance, recently an elderly Jew was arrested for saying a blessing before drinking his bottled water on the Temple Mount.
Arab kids play soccer on the Temple Mount.
Arab wakfs continue to routinely destroy artifacts and remnants from the Holy Temple on the Temple Mount.
Religious Jews are consistently prohibited from ascending the Temple Mount by the Israeli police.
Arab men and women purposely block Jews from ascending the Temple Mount, hence the Israeli police close the Temple Mount to Jews to prevent any "trouble."
The Prime Minister has failed to include the Temple Mount in the "Heritage Plan," which is a plan for sites of Jewish historical, cultural, and religious significance to receive funding for improvements for access, upkeep, and beautification of the sites.
Arab propaganda saying that a Jewish Temple never stood on the Temple Mount is gaining validity.
Do you care about any of this? If so, what are you doing about it?
Learn more about the 4th Annual Temple Mount Awareness Day at: http://www.templeinstitute.org/temple-mount-awareness-5773.htm