March 20, 2007

Jewish settlers plan to return to their settlement which was evacuated by the Israeli government

Evacuees from a Jewish settlement in the Northern part of Israel that the Israeli government evacuated during the Disengagement operation in the summer of 2005 say that they have Israeli public support to return to Homish and resettle this controversial piece of real estate.

In a recent poll, over half of the adult Israeli population say that the unilateral disengagement from Gaza and the settlements in Northern Israel was a mistake and sixty-eight percent believe an additional withdrawal from Judea and Samaria will lead to a rise in terrorism. Forty-two percent of the Israeli body politic say that the Israeli government should allow the evacuated settlers to return and resettle their demolished communities, which is what the former residents of Homish are planning to do.

Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News

As displaced Jewish settlers make plans to return to their demolished communities in Judea and Samaria, the prophetic scenario for this real estate comes better into focus.

In the summer of 2005, the then PM of Israel - Ariel Sharon- gave the order for the IDF to evacuate Jewish settlements in Gaza and a number of these communities in Northern Judea and Samaria. The Israeli government caved in to pressure from the US and the EU to give up this land that had been settled by mostly religious Jews who did so according to their understanding of Bible prophecy written by ancient Jewish prophets. PM Sharon in fact referred to these settlers as having a "messianic complex", their reason for resisting the Israeli government's disengagement from these lands. Now, the Jewish settlers are planning to return to their demolished communities again to build on land that they believe God has given them as He had promised in Bible prophecy.

They quote the ancient prophet Ezekiel who wrote 2,500 years ago that God would give them the land of their forefathers, that's Ezekiel 36:11, and that He would do so because He swore by His name He would do so, that's Ezekiel 36:22. In fact, the entire 36th chapter of the book of Ezekiel has 35 references to God's promise to the Jewish people about the land that would be theirs in the Last Days.

Resettlement of an evacuated Jewish settlement in Northern Judea and Samaria is indeed evidence that Bible prophecy will be fulfilled.