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For archaeologists, the 3,000-year-old holy site is both an El Dorado and a Holy Grail, for the Israeli-Palestinian conflict precludes a scientist’s pick and shovel ever breaking its ground.

“What we do here is the result of certain political developments,” Barkay explained as we sat in the shade.

The Jerusalem Islamic Waqf, the institution overseeing the al-Aqsa Mosque compound, carried out excavations on the Temple Mount between 19 as part of the construction of a subterranean mosque in an area known as Solomon’s Stables.

Tens of thousands of tons of dirt — roughly 400 truckloads — were excavated by heavy machinery, without the supervision of archaeologists, and were dumped outside the Old City.

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“What we do here is the result of certain political developments,” Barkay explained as we sat in the shade.The Jerusalem Islamic Waqf, the institution overseeing the al-Aqsa Mosque compound, carried out excavations on the Temple Mount between 19 as part of the construction of a subterranean mosque in an area known as Solomon’s Stables.Tens of thousands of tons of dirt — roughly 400 truckloads — were excavated by heavy machinery, without the supervision of archaeologists, and were dumped outside the Old City.{{{{{format} | name = Kansas City Missouri Temple | display_name = Kansas City Missouri | number = 137 | image = Kansas City Missouri Temple 11| image_caption = Temple in June of 2012 | image_width = cite web |url= |title= Kansas City Missouri Temple Open House and Dedication Dates Announced |date= January 19, 2012 |type= News Release |work= Newsroom |publisher= LDS Church |accessdate= 2012-10-15 cite web |url= Open house dates are extended for Kansas City Missouri Temple |date= April 6, 2012 |newspaper= Church News |accessdate= 2012-10-15 | president = John W.Hardy | status = Operating | location = Kansas City, Missouri|Kansas City, Missouri, United States | region = Missouri | country = United States | continent = North America | address = 7001 Searcy Creek Parkway | preceded_by = Quetzaltenango Guatemala Temple | followed_by = Manaus Brazil Temple | temple_id = kansascity | website = | notes = Announced at the 178th Semiannual General Conference.cite news |url=

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nid=299&sid=4436980 |title= LDS Church plans temples in Rome, 4 other locations |date= October 4, 2008 |publisher= ''[[KSL-TV|KSL.com'' |accessdate= 2012-10-15 |first= Carole |last= Mikita cite news |title= Groundbreaking planned for Mormon temple in Northland |last= Burnes |first= Brian |newspaper= The Kansas City Star |date= May 8, 2010 |page= A5 |url= For three of the world’s faiths, the Temple Mount bears special sanctity and significance.At the far end of a fabric-roofed Quonset hut, home of the Temple Mount Sifting Project, Professor Gabriel Barkay rummaged through a small heap of tiny potsherds set on a low table.He removed his glasses and stared at a tiny piece of brown clay — one of thousands plucked from the soil — and wiped some dirt from its surface.He’s a grandfatherly sort, with a salt-and-pepper beard and a gravelly voice tinged with an Old World accent in English.Barkay, currently with Bar-Ilan University, got his start in archaeology on a salvage dig on Mount Zion when a road was paved for Pope Paul VI in 1964.

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nid=299&sid=4436980 |title= LDS Church plans temples in Rome, 4 other locations |date= October 4, 2008 |publisher= ''KSL-TV|KSL.com'' |accessdate= 2012-10-15 |first= Carole |last= Mikita {{cite news |title= Groundbreaking planned for Mormon temple in Northland |last= Burnes |first= Brian |newspaper= The Kansas City Star |date= May 8, 2010 |page= A5 |url=

For three of the world’s faiths, the Temple Mount bears special sanctity and significance.

At the far end of a fabric-roofed Quonset hut, home of the Temple Mount Sifting Project, Professor Gabriel Barkay rummaged through a small heap of tiny potsherds set on a low table.

He removed his glasses and stared at a tiny piece of brown clay — one of thousands plucked from the soil — and wiped some dirt from its surface.

He’s a grandfatherly sort, with a salt-and-pepper beard and a gravelly voice tinged with an Old World accent in English.

Barkay, currently with Bar-Ilan University, got his start in archaeology on a salvage dig on Mount Zion when a road was paved for Pope Paul VI in 1964.

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