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Why will Mashiach do what the Yalkut Shimoni says he will?

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In the Yalkut Shimoni on Nach 499.2, he writes:

שנו רבותינו בשעה שמלך המשיח בא עומד על גג בית המקדש והוא משמיע להם לישראל ואומר ענוים הגיע זמן גאולתכם

Our Rabbi's taught, at the time that the king Mashiach comes, he will stand on the roof of the Beis Hamikdash and will say to all Israel: "Humble people, it has reached the time of your redemption." (my translation)

  1. Why will Mashiach stand on top of the Beis Hamikdash specifically?
  2. Why will Mashiach be speaking to the humble people?
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