In a recent video taken during Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles), Israeli videographer Moshe Nisimboyim took a tour of Jerusalem’s Old City comparing the turnout at the iconic Western Wall to the Temple Mount.
To his surprise, Nisimboyim noticed that the Western Wall was completely empty on a holiday where just a year ago, it would have been packed with a festive overflow of crowds.
AN UNEXPECTED MOMENT IN HISTORY
Upon his arrival at the wall, he suddenly heard a large group of people singing from a bridge above him. When he looked up, he noticed Jewish Pilgrims on their way to enter the Temple Mount. This marked the first time since the founding of the modern state of Israel that there were more Jewish worshippers on the Temple Mount than at the Western Wall.