The first revolt ended 3.5 years later in 73 AD when the fortress of Masada was destroyed by the Romans who took the 10,000 soldiers of the tenth legion to build a huge siege ramp just to destroy 900 rebellious Jewish zealots. Each man killed his family, then one killed the rest before killing himself. Hundreds of thousands were killed in the Jewish communities of Cyprus, Cyrene (Libya), Aegipta (Egypt) and Mesopotamia (Syria and Iraq) at war. So that your days and the days of your sons may be multiplied on the land which the Lord swore to your fathers to give them as long as the heavens remain above the earth. Abraham bought this land as a burial site (Genesis 23: 15-20). The cave was used as a burying site (Genesis 23: 1-4, 9; 25:8-10; ; 50:4-13). Under Ottoman rule and previous Arab empires, the land belonged to the state.Pagan temples and the tomb of Pompey were destroyed. The city of Jerusalem was destroyed after the second major revolt (132-135 AD). Judea was renamed Palestine and the land was completely ploughed under. In 306, the capital was moved to Byzantium (Constantinople). After 500 years the Jews rule Jerusalem and Judea for the next 80 years. (Deuteronomy 11: 21) So if there are still heavens above the earth, Israel owns the land no matter how many times God evicts them for disobedience. Abraham sent all his other children to live east of the land of Israel. Only a very small percentage of land was privately owned, while the rest was registered for private use if taxes (tithe) were paid and if it did not lay fallow for three years.Abraham's nephew, Lot, became the father of the nation of Moab and Ammonites (Jordan). Esau became the father of the Edomites (Idumeans) who lived in the south east of Israel. The Israelites lived in Egypt until a new Pharoah made them slaves. 13 high priests served in this portable temple over 490 years. The Babylonians breached the walls of the city on Tammuz 17. 300 high priests served over 420 years, most served less than a year. They became refugees in the surrounding nations and their status has been unresolved since.This temple actually existed in two phases according to the Jews. It served for 39-40 years in the desert and 14 years in the Promised Land in Gilgal. A stone structure of the same dimensions replaced the wood, but it used the same furniture and roof for 369 years. After Samuel's death it was set up in Giv'on for 44 years. Tradition states that many died during the Yom Kippur services. Believing that the war against the Jews would be quick, the Arabs encouraged the Palestinians to leave despite the assurances of the Jews. About 430 years after the flood, God called Abraham out of Ur of the Chaldees (modern day Iraq). Spain defeats the Muslims and 200,000 Jews are expelled. In 1891 Grand Duke Segai orders the expulsion of 14,000 Jewish families living in Moscow.
The second temple was completely destroyed after the first revolt (70 AD) by general Titus. Standing on a mountain near the southern Dead Sea, God promised Abraham this land as his possession.
This temple was built by Zerubabbel and Joshua the high priest after they returned from Babylon. After the sixth crusade Muslims retained the Temple Mount and Christians have access to their holy sites. Now they remain in refugee camps in the neighboring states without rights or opportunities or education for the past 60 years.
Herod the Great remodeled the temple from 20 BC - 63 AD. In the 2003 war with Iraq the neighbouring states would not take Palestinian refugees who had been living in Iraq.
Herod also built the town of Caesarea and the fortress of Masada, which included a palace. They are hated by their own people who are very happy to pay them to be suicide bombers.
The second temple was destroyed by the Romans on 10 August 70 AD (9th of Av) three weeks after the walls of Jerusalem were breached by Titus on Tammuz 17. The Holy Roman empire orders crusades to liberate Jerusalem. Since Israel has no incentives to help them and cannot be expected to be anything but suspicious of them, they are in dire straits.