Not in Jerusalem.
In Egypt. Three temples:-
This week the Ministry of State for Antiquities (MSA) and ARCE
launched a comprehensive restoration project to clean and restore the
Mut precinct, as well as to develop the area surrounding it, so that
it cam be opened to the public next year. MSA Minister of State Mohamed Ibrahim explains that the development work will take a year l and will include a comprehensive cleansing of the temple's walls; restoration of the reliefs and establishing a visitors' centre displaying illustrations of the temple in antiquity,as well as its original plan and restoration and excavation works carried out from 1976 up to the present.
...Meanwhile on Luxor's west bank restorers and workmen are hard at work
at the temple of the goddess of rebirth and femininity, Isis, at Deir
Al-Shelwit, four kilometres south of Medinet Habu. A development
project similar to that at the Mut Temple is now being conducted by
the MSA in collaboration with ARCE at the Isis Temple so that it too
can be opened to the public next year...
Going upriver along the Nile, another development project is being
undertaken by Egyptian restorers at the Hathor Temple on Philae Island
south of Aswan. On the east side of the Isis Temple archaeologists are cleaning, consolidating and restoring the blocks that once formed the temple to Hathor built by king Ptolemy VI and extended in the reigns of Ptolemy
VII and the Roman emperors Augustus and Tiberius.
Oh, well. Maybe next year in Jerusalem? ^