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Who Decides for the Jewish People - European Jewish populations or the Israeli citizen?

Reader comment on item: Europe's Jews vs. Israel
in response to reader comment: Civilizationist Parties

Submitted by MTovey (United States), Jan 28, 2019 at 17:26

Strange: that from a Zionist perspective, anti-Semitism from the more global audience of nations seem to be building up to the euphoric attitudes that compelled decisions leading to the displacement of the Jewish nation from their midst, only then to deny them the only place where they actually have a heritage right to be. Think this is not so?

When Allenby strode into Jerusalem, was this not due to the British thinking they would be the best arbiters to determine where a Jewish population should reside; or a fulfillment of the Tanach to the Jewish Nation? Or later, reconfiguring the Middle East in the same way Yugoslavia was re partitioned? The attitudes of that time morphed into the 'final solution', in which whatever lack of any compassion for the Jewish people became a worldwide obsession; this being true when seeing 'replacement theology being taught as if it were Biblical when the letters of the Scriptural reasons advocating for Israel's return seemed void in irrational human reasoning. This is exactly what we are seeing today: the Iranian military is the classical example, mimicking the Aryan prognostications of the past with chilling intentions underlying world politics of self-destruction in precise form. Read the Tanach, in Hebrew.

Russian Putin is ready to go; but what needs to happen before he does?

It is written that the Israel people are promised a return: but not all of them seek aliyah. Only a remnant are to receive that promise; only a remnant who seek the promise of Psalm 122:6 are to be guaranteed a place in the future Kingdom of the Son of David. Does anyone see that promise to the Jewish people before they believe the Tanach that promises Israel's LORD flashing out of Zion?


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