Now you can see a glimpse of blueprints and a computer animation of the San Hedrin Chamber Of Hewn Stone. Here is the link to View the Sanhedrin Chamber of Hewn Stone.
Source: The Temple Institute video on you tube.
Nov. 3, 2009 - Sanhedrin To UN: Goldstone Will Bring Judgment Upon You!
The Sanhedrin has warned the UN General Assembly not to hold a plenum debate this Wednesday on the anti-Israel Goldstone Report.
In a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-Moon and the UN's member states, the Sanhedrin warns that continued consideration of what it calls the "hostile, fallacious, and malicious" Goldstone document will bring upon the world the catastrophic events described in the Bible's Book of Joel, Chapter 4.
Source: by Hillel Fendel with Arutz Sheva (Israel News).
The present-day Sanhedrin Court decided Tuesday (2-27-2007) to purchase a herd of sheep for ritual sacrifice at the site of the Temple on the eve of Passover, conditions on the Temple Mount permitting.
Professor Hillel Weiss, a member of the Sanhedrin, told Haaretz on Tuesday that the action, even if merely symbolic, is designed to demonstrate in a way that is obvious to all that the expectation of Temple rituals will resume is real, and not just talk.
Until the day when the nation of Israel can once again go up to the Holy Temple in freedom, all we can do is everything possible to prepare for that day. That is the spirit behind the Sanhedrin's decision to acquire a herd of sheep. Comment from The Temple Institute.org March 9, 2007.
Source: Haaretz-Israel News 2-28-07 http://www.haaretz.com/hasen/spages/831646.html
A council of Non-Jewish observers of the seven laws of Noah has been selected and will be ordained by the reestablished Sanhedrin in Jerusalem this coming January.
Source: Jewish World Ezia Halevi
The Sanhedrin's Decision Regarding the Holy Temple, the Temple Mount, and Jerusalem:
The Sanhedrin calls upon all groups who work in the area of Temple and Temple Mount-related research and activity, to begin to prepare detailed architectural plans for the construction of the Holy Temple, towards the goal of its establishment in its proper place. The Sanhedrin will establish a forum of architects and engineers whose goal will be to implement this decision, so that detailed working plans are effectively brought to an operational stage. The Sanhedrin calls upon the Jewish people to contribute towards the acquisition of materials for the purpose of rebuilding the Holy Temple; the gathering and preparation of prefabricated, disassembled portions of this building to be stored and ready for rapid assembly, in the manner of King David. These contributions will be consider "chulin," i.e., non-sacred, for the purpose of the planning and construction of the Temple.
Prof. Hillel Weiss
R. Chaim Richman (Spokesmen for the Sanhedrin)
The disengagement plan, involving the uprooting of Jewish communities in Gaza and Samaria and the abandonment of these areas to a foreign entity, is in direct contradiction to the Torah of Israel.
The re-established "Sanhedrin" convened to hold its monthly meeting this week, with the question of the Holy Temple's precise location the main topic on the agenda. The Sanhedrin heard expert testimony on the various opinions as to the exact part of the Temple Mount upon which the Holy Temple stood.
The opinions were delivered by rabbis, professors and archaeologists, all experts in the matter of the Temple Mount. A final presentation on the matter will be given to the Sanhedrin by a subcommittee now in formation. The subcommittee will thoroughly examine the various opinions, and present its findings to the Sanhedrin, which is then to make a decision on whether the site can be determined.
(Dov Stein -Secretary) http://www.thesanhedrin.org/en/legal/psak5765Shevat30.html
The Sanhedrin meets to discuss topics that they should rule on. Topics included the restoring of the Davidic monarchy and lost Jewish tribes from around the world.
Source: Arutz -7 News 1/14/2005.
The rabbis held a festive ceremony this past October 13th, the 28th day of the Jewish month of Tishri, inaugurating the Sanhedrin as Judaism's supreme legal body.
Source: Arutz-7 News 1/14/2005.
R. Chaim Richman Spokesmen for the Sanhedrin