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According to the article, the heifer, which is 6 months old now, must be at least 3 years old before it can be used in a ritual sacrifice.
[Arutz-7 article below says 2 years old.] Here is more confirmation of this fascinating development.: Tuesday, March 18, 1997 Date: 97-03-18 EST From: [email protected] (Arutz-7 Daily News) [Israel] Sender: [email protected] 9. The birth of a red heifer (cow) in a farm in the religious youth village of Kfar Hasidim (near Haifa) has excited sectors in the religious community.
To attempt to tear down and replace these Muslim shrines with a Jewish Temple is impossible in today's political and religious climate.
The very idea of doing so at any point in the future constitutes a seemingly unresolvable problem.
From: RED HEIFER BORN - OPENS WAY FOR THIRD TEMPLE 3/16/97 - Sunday Telegraph (London) According to London's Sunday Telegraph of March 16, 1997, a team of rabbinical experts have confirmed the birth of a red heifer.
Such an animal is necessary for purification of the temple site according to Numbers 19:2-7.
However there is another opinion, beginning with Maimonides, that God deliberately has moved Jews away from sacrifices towards prayer, as prayer is a higher form of worship.
Until then, the cow will be carefully watched to ensure that nothing occurs to invalidate its status.
According to Biblical law, the cow's ashes are used for purification from certain forms of impurity, and is therefore a prerequisite for the renewal of Holy Temple service.
This prayer is a formal part of the thrice daily Jewish prayer services.
However, not all rabbis agree on what would happen in a rebuilt Temple.