“It is a Biblical obligation to build it.” According to Rabbi Chaim Richman, the institute’s international director, the temple would stand in the present location of the Dome of the Rock, a Muslim shrine.Muslims revere the mount as the Haram al-Sharif, or Noble Sanctuary.He wears soccer cleats and knee socks and is surrounded by a smattering of soccer balls that read 'USA', in reference to this summer's World Cup.
Richman retired from competitive eating in January 2012; thus, Man v. After retiring from competitive eating, he lost 60 pounds (27 kg).
Also he has lost weight in order to participate in other roles that acquired a person with smaller body weight.
And he has fans who love him one way or another or both ways.
But Richman did not set a target date for breaking ground for the construction project.
The temple will be built, he told JTA, when “the world will want us to build the temple.” “The Jewish people have a responsibility to all of humanity, including Islam,” Richman said.