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October 6 -10, the Temple Institute will be celebrating Maimonidesí 6th of Cheshvan (Oct. 10th) ascent to the Temple Mount with articles posted daily describing the Rambamís life and times, his visit to Israel and the Temple Mount, and the commandment of Mora Mikdash - showing reverence for G-d on the Temple Mount. To keep abreast of our daily article, visit this page, join us on Facebook, or follow us on Twitter.

To begin day one, and learn about Rambam's early life in 12th century Spain and North Africa, click here.

To read day two, and discover what awaited Rambam in the land of Israel, held by the crusaders, click here.

To proceed to day three, and read in the Rambam's own words of his perilous journey through Israel and his ascent to the Temple Mount, click here.

To go to day four, and learn about the Rambam's own reflections on his ascent to the Temple Mount, click here.

On day five, view a four minute video shot stop the Temple Mount, where we recreate the Rambam's historic visit, and learn about the Rambam's life in Egypt. Click here.

Click here to download our Week of the Rambam artwork.

 

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