Mount Zion and the Temple Mount are two very different things. Mount Zion is one of the hills that the ancient city of Jerusalem was built on or near. Zion came to be synonymous with the city and most of the time when people refer to "Zion" they are talking about the city of Jerusalem. However, it is also used to refer to the Biblical Land of Israel, as well, and in modern usage it came to represent Israel as the nationalist movement to found a Jewish homeland was Zionism- Zion in this since definitely meant a Jewish homeland, a parallel to the Biblical Land of Israel.
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In this instance, to correct and adequately clarify what music and leng both said, yes, the four comments I left were both necessary and sufficient in length. I wouldn't call it an essay, though. And certainly not a work comparable to the Pentateuch. It's a few thousand characters...
The first five books, although it can be called the Torah are usually called the Pentateuch
It can also mean the continued narrative from all the 24 books, from the Book of Genesis to the end of the Tanakh (Chronicles). If meant for liturgic purposes, it takes the form of a Torah scroll, which contains strictly the five books of Moses.