In October 2016, UNESCO passed a resolution denying any connection between Judaism, Christianity, and the most sacred place for these two monotheistic religions, describing Jerusalem as an occupied territory, and the Temple Mount as well as the WAILING WALL, under their Arab and Muslim name alone. The “Haram al Shariff” and the “Al Buraq wall” “Unveiling Jerusalem” offers a journey through time, from a political controversy, in search of Salomon’s and Herod’s Temples, and traces that they may have left behind in history.Many experts, historians and archaeologists, bring their testimony, on images and exclusive documents.
Did those Temples exist, on what used to be called ” Temple Mount “, as they appear in Jewish, Christian and Muslim holy scriptures, or are they, as the Palestinian Authority would like to believe, a legend, intended to allow Israel to monopolise places that historically do not belong to the Jewish state ?
Animated reproductions in three dimensions of the two Temples and their interior, a meticulous investigation, and the accompaniment of famous historians and archaeologists, make it possible to answer this question in a spirit of tolerance and peace.
Pierre Rehov’s Latest Masterpiece, ‘Unveiling Jerusalem’, Goes in Search of a Temple and the Truth
Following UNESCO’s controversial decision to rename the Temple Mount of Jerusalem, celebrated documentary maker Pierre Rehov has announced his latest and yet another remarkable piece of work, ‘Unveiling Jerusalem’. Illustrated by never seen before images and 3D animations as well as testimonies from clerics, politicians and experts, the film will soon be available to the public on multiple networks.
‘Unveiling Jerusalem’ is not merely another documentary, but a valuable visual document that shows the intimate connection of the Temple Mount to the three monotheistic religions of the world. Based on facts and interviews with well known scholars, historians and archaeologists, the documentary is a journey through time in search of the cultural heritage of Israel. It is also visually enticing, giving a clear picture of the two Temples and their interiors in the backdrop of a spirit of tolerance and peace.
The renaming of the Temple Mount to its Arabic name “Haram Al Sharif”, as well as the Wailing Wall to “Al Buraq wall” raises important questions. UNESCO’s renaming act also denies, despite evidence to the contrary, any connection of Jews and Christians with the most sacred place, the Temple Mount. Its resolution also describes Jerusalem as an occupied territory.
Rehov’s new work goes in search of Solomon’s and Herod’s Temples. It delves deeper into the question of whether the temples are merely legends concocted, as the Palestinian Authority claims, or whether they did exist on what used to be called the Temple Mount, as described in Jewish, Christian and Muslim scriptures.
Pierre Rehov has been described by Dr Phyllis Chesler, Professor Emeritus of psychology, a Middle East Forum fellow and author, as “a resistance fighter [who] resists the Islamist propaganda wars against Israel, the Jews, and the West by making films that document the truth.” Through ‘Unveiling Jerusalem’, Rehov has taken another step towards his ultimate aim: to find a real path to peace and harmonious coexistence. He 2008, he was embedded in the US 4th cavalry in Iraq, being the first French reporter to cover the conflict from the US side.
Born in Algeria, Rehov forayed into unmasking lies and propaganda as no one else has done before. His previous works include celebrated documentaries such as ‘The Road to Jenin’, ‘Silent Exodus’, “Suicide Killers” which was considered for an academy award, ‘From the River to the Sea’ (best documentary at the Liberty Film Festival in 2006), ‘The Path to Darkness’, ‘Beyond Deception Strategy’ and ‘War crimes in Gaza’.
“Recently I had a privilege to preview “Unveiling Jerusalem”, the new documentary film by Pierre Rehov. Having been a fan of his works for years, I had a very high expectations, and the film both met and surpassed what I imagined it would be. The sharp, perceptive and out of the ordinary angle the author takes, when approaching the subject of the Jewish connection to Jerusalem and in particular to the Temple Mount, is matched by the superb work with the camera and editing. It is a treat both for the soul and eye, for those who are willing to open their mind to the facts of history. It will be the thorn in turn, for those who are fancy themselves as a fantasy writers, who think they can replace the history with their invented novels.”-Yulia Kushner