The Jerusalem Temple Rebuilding
The holy place always refers to the Jerusalem Temple. But there has been no Temple for an anti-Christ to stand in since, as Christ foretold at the very beginning of His discourse (Matt. 24:2), the Temple would be left without one stone upon another," not "thrown down." Titus dragged a plow over Jerusalem in 70 A.D.
In 1958, however, a new "Hechal" (temple) Shlomo on the highest hill in Jerusalem was dedicated. Two of the three million dollars cost was donated by a British chain store operator, Isaac Wolfson (National Jewish Post, 5/16/58, etc.). The building of this temple had been pledged by a delegation from 550 Orthodox synagogues in the U.S.A. which visited Israel (London Jewish Chronicle, 4/2/54). It is called a "world center of Judaism." Rabbis of the whole world are expected to receive their orders from this Temple establishment.
Perhaps this very temple will be the future place where the "abomination of desolation" foretold by Daniel (Chapter 11:31) is to take place.