Actually, I'm saying the Last prophet the Israelites waiting for, which the Israelites conflated into the concept of Messiah of Israel is Muhammad (S). Anybdoy familiar with the Old Testament understands the concept of 'Messiah' and how it was used for many different personalities as well as objects. The Messiah is not even mentioned in the first five books of the OT, meaning the Pentaceuch, meaning the Torah, but the Last Prophet, whom the Israelites were surely waiting for, even during the time of Jesus, is. It is simply conflation, and such things happen when people commit 'tahreef' with the Book of God. Not only does it earn a person hell, it causes a whole lot of confusion and mis-understandings. This is precisely the reason why the Israelites were rendered into confusion regarding the matter. It is the same Son of Man, as well as Paraclete, that the Christians conflated with Jesus. They rendered themselves into confusion with the concept of the 'return' of Jesus.So you are claiming that Mohammed is the messiah, and the dome of the rock is the final Temple? All I can do is shake my head incredulously.
Nor is the Dome of the Rock or the Temple the 'final' Temple. The 'final' Temple was and is the 'first' Temple, meaning the original House built by Abraham (AS), meaning the Ka'aba. There is a reason that one of the directives of the Torah regarding the altar is that it faced southward. The Temple of the Israel was built by Solomon and it served as a place of worship for Israel, but when the Israelites performed their obligations at the Holy of Holies, they were facing south, whether wandering in Canaan or settled in Jerusalem. The Temple was a masjid, like the masjid established in Medina, which faced southward as well, towards the Ka'aba and it was the central point of the movement of the Israelites, just as Masjid An Nabawi was for the Prophet (S) and His Companions (R). All this means that it never was the Dome of the Rock or Temple and never will be.
If a 19th century Jew, or any human being for that matter, accomplishes or accomplished what our Prophet (S) accomplished, then maybe his claims to being that prophet of Israel can be taken seriously, but until then... People have many reasons to not believe in Muhammad (S), but not fulfilling any of the conditions necessary of being a Prophet (S) is definitely not one of them. Of course, the Israelites that lived around the Hijaz made many such 'false' and 'spurious' conditions of what qualifies as being a Prophet, such as the demand that the sacrifice be swallowed by a fire from heaven, so there is nothing surprising in the claims today that Muhammad (S) does not fulfill these imaginary conditions...In our mind Mohammed is a fake prophet because he did not fulfill any of the conditions necessary to be a prophet, and a great many men just like mohammed claimed prophethood to the jews.
We have to sift the fake from the true, many jews until the 19th century made many of the same claims as Mohammed, all fake, Mohammed is nothing new.
As an aside, you seem to be suffering from a multi-personality disorder. How do you speak of 'we', when you don't believe in God, per your own words, and these conditions of prophethood which you claim he must fulfill, are 'divine' conditions?But this is all bedsides the point. The point of the last post was to show you in the Quran, the actual significance of the Temple of Jerusalem and the surrounding areas. The Muslims consider it blessed, just as the Jews and their Prophets are our Prophets. It was in this land that miracles were performed and many Saints lived and died for the sake of God, and many probably still alive today. Only God knows...