THE KARAITE ISRAEL MOSQUE OF ASCENSION
AND THE TEMPLE OF KEDAR MINISTRIES
(The Original Kedar-Rite of the Karaim)
(THE PROPHET MUHAMMAD AND THE TEMPLE OF REPENTANCE)
THE RESTORATION OF ISRAEL
King Solomon instructed the Children of Israel concerning the process of restoration during the times of exile. Through a divine petition it states that when the Israelites cry out in repentance while FACING THE LAND OF ISRAEL, THE CITY OF JERUSALEM AND THE TEMPLE, THAT GOD WILL THEN BEGIN TO RESTORE THEM.
I KINGS 8:47-48
and if they have a change of heart in the land where they are held captive, and repent and plead with you in the land of their captors and say, ‘We have sinned, we have done wrong, we have acted wickedly’; and if they turn back to you with all their heart and soul in the land of their enemies who took them captive, AND PRAY TO YOU TOWARDS THE LAND YOU GAVE THEIR ANCESTORS, TOWARDS THE CITY YOU HAVE CHOSEN AND THE TEMPLE I HAVE BUILT FOR YOUR NAME, THEN FROM HEAVEN,YOUR DWELLING PLACE, HEAR THEIR PRAYER AND THEIR PLEA AND UPHOLD THEIR CAUSE. AND FORGIVE YOUR PEOPLE, who have sinned against you; forgive all the offenses they have committed against you
The Solomonic Petition clearly states that those repenting must face THE LAND OF ISRAEL, THE CITY OF JERUSALEM AND THE TEMPLE OF GOD.
WITHOUT A TEMPLE THERE CAN BE NO RESTORATION OR ACCEPTANCE OF REPENTANCE
However if there is no Temple then the process of repentance and restoration cannot begin as one cannot face a Temple that does not exist. Just as one cannot perform a sacrifice in a Temple that does not exist.
THE GOOD NEWS IS THAT THERE IS A TEMPLE OF REPENTANCE:
The Mosque built in honor of the Prophet Muhammad's purifying ascension is known as Beyt Maqdis which is the same as the Hebrew Beyt Migdash which refers to the Temple. The Prophet Muhammad ascended from the Holy of Holies and in honor of his ascension the Caliph Omar and his Priestly Israelite companion Kab Al-Ahbar built what with later renovations became known as the Dome of the Rock. As mentioned above it is referred to as Beyt Maqdis which is the same as the Hebrew Beyt Migdash referring to the Temple. This is the Temple of repentance known as the Temple of Kedar.
THE TEMPLE OF KEDAR IS THE TEMPLE OF REPENTANCE:
The Prophet Isaiah stated that the Flocks of Kedar would be made acceptable on the Altar of God : The Prophet Muhammad is a descendant of Kedar the second son of Ishmael and therefore the Flocks of Kedar are the followers of the Prophet of Kedar which is Muhammad. Therefore it is only by accepting the Prophet Muhammad. and repenting in facing the Temple of Kedar that an Israelite can be restored and ascend in acceptance.
All the flocks of Kedar shall be gathered together unto thee, the rams of Nebaioth shall minister unto thee: they shall come up with acceptance on mine altar, and I will glorify the house of my glory.
THE MINISTRY OF THE KORAN
Nebaioth is the eldest son of Ishmael and therefore the Ministering Rams of Nebaioth refers to the Ministry of the Koran.
The Prophet Isaiah foretold that it would only be those who join the flocks of Kedar by following the Prophet of Kedar that will be accepted in repentance at the Temple of Kedar. These will receive the ministering and guiding gift of Ishmael(Nebaioth) which is the Holy Koran.
THE WILDERNESS OF ISHMAEL:
We are currently living in a time known to the Rabbis as the Ishmaeite Exile or Wilderness of Ishmael. During this time the Lord logically sent an Ishmaelite Prophet as a means of guidance and repentance. In order to complete the days of the Ishmaelite Exile and fulfill the purifying requirements of the Wilderness of Ishmael the true Israelites must repent at the Temple of Kedar:
THE PROPHET MUHAMMAD'S ASENSION - (AL-ISRA IS ISRAEL.)
The Prophet Muhammad's purifying journey of ascension which took place at the Holiest site of the Israelites in Jerusalem is known as Al-Isra and is recorded in the 17th Chapter of the Koran entitled Al-Isra which is translated as Israelites. The true Israelites are those of Al-Isra meaning those who honor the ascension of the Prophet of Kedar and repent before the Temple of Kedar.