To the contrary, There is more than enough proof that a ram temple existed there much before the mosques was built. Even the muslim organisation who are opposed to temple construction have cheated and gone back on their word that if excavations confirmed the existance of a temple, they will give up their claim. ASI under supervision of Allahabad HC and with members of both sides present did the excavations and a complete foundation of the temple was excavated exactly under the debris of the mosque.I will be honest, there is no clear cut solution for this problem. SC works under framework of law. How can you decide for something that was done even before the legal system in India as we know it today was introduced?
Plus what kind of precedence will it set?
Also finding of ASI only proves that an old temple existed on the site. You cann't be sure if that was the alledged Ram's Birth Place temple? Does Ram even has a historical existence or was he a part of subcontinents legend? If he is a legend and a myth then what that temple is all about? IIRC analysis of Ramayan suggest the entire epic was based in modern day Afghanistan. So how can you decide to build a temple in modern Ayodhya, which is not even the suggested birthplace of Ram if you take the epic at face value!
Also, before anyone answers the questions above systematically, lemme put the upshot behind those. I am not seeking the answers for them, it is mainly to drive the point that the entire proposition to establish a temple there is to honor sentiments of majority. Now in the framework of law it is hard to argue base on faith and sentiments and not fact. The only fact are the following:-
1. ASI's analysis suggest existance of an ancient temple but NOT a conclusive proof of birth place of Ram. Existance of Rama and proof of his birth place there is a matter of myth and legends.
2. A Mosque there was existing which was demolished.
3. There were people who were responsible for this and they broke laws.
With this, what decision can any court make under framework of law? Reconstruct a temple which was broken in 16th century or so? And if yes then which temple?
how to distribute land, then on which basis? A claim based on faith? A claim based on a historic event about 4 to 5 century back?
This is why this cann't be decided in SC. ASI has already given their analysis. If its not SC then who can decide? Last resort is to ask people of the country with some moderation in due process. Thats all I am suggesting.
There have been over 50 battles to regain that piece of land by hindus and its control has see-sawed between hindus and muslims in last 450 yrs. Hindus have never ever given up on it and nor will we ever even if it means killing billions. Kasam Raam kee khatay hain, Mandir wahin banayengay.