B.K. Karni: Israel to host ‘mini-Israel’ for pilgrims

B. K. Karnis has been chosen as the architect for the new Jewish “mini-state” that will be created at the entrance to the Temple Mount and other sites around the country, the government announced on Wednesday.

In the coming months, Israel will host a number of international and local events, including the opening of the Temple and the opening ceremonies of Jewish synagogues and Jewish communities, the announcement said.

The announcement was made by Chief Minister Naftali Bennett, who will preside over the creation of the “state of Israel” in the next few weeks.

In October, the new state was established by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in the wake of a deadly Palestinian terrorist attack in October 2016 on the holy site.

In December, Bennett said the “historic state of Israel is being created.”

The official announcement comes two weeks after the United Nations voted in favor of creating a “State of Israel,” which would become the sole entity in the Middle East.

In February, Bennett also said he would like to create a “stateless state” where there would be no “national borders, no borders with Israel.”

Bennett has long called for a stateless, Jewish state and has said that “a state is something we are supposed to create,” adding that he wants to create it “from scratch” and “not in a time of crisis.”

But there have been numerous attempts to create such a state in the past.

In the early 1990s, the United States attempted to create the state of the United Arab Emirates in the Arabian Peninsula, which collapsed due to the collapse of the Gulf Cooperation Council, an international grouping of countries.

The United Arab Emirate’s president in 2002, Sheikh Zayed Al Nahyan, said he believed the new nation would be the most stable country in the region and the most peaceful.

He also said the new country would be “the only one that will not have any territorial issues and will not be influenced by any other state.”

“This is the only nation that we know of that will have the best security, the highest levels of protection, and the best level of human rights and democracy,” he said.