I’ve mentioned the on-going sifting operation of the Temple Mount debris before (here and here), but I haven’t noted a relatively new video about the project. The video is about 5 minutes long and gives a good overview of what they are doing and why. If you’re interested in participating in the “excavation,” but don’t want to go alone, there’s a group going with the Associates of Biblical Research this summer.
Temple Mount Sifting Project: Video
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