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The last 2000 Ethiopian Jews are preparing to immigrate to Israel which
will mark the first and only time an entire country's Jewish population
will leave their homeland and travel to the land of their forefathers,
traveling to what they claim to be God-given land.
Operation Moses in 1985, when as many as 20000 Ethiopian Jews left for
Israel, many of them by foot through Sudan saw the first immigration of
these Jews of Ethiopia to the Jewish state of Israel.
In May of 1991, 15000 Ethiopian Jews were crowded into a series of non
stop air flights over a 36 hour period of time into Israel in what was
called Operation Solomon - most likely the greatest airlift in history.
Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News
As 2000 Ethiopian Jews prepare to travel to the Jewish state of Israel
the last chapter for these Jews will be completed and will result in the
fulfillment of Bible prophecy for the last days.
In 1985, 20000 Jews from Ethiopia made their way, many by foot to Israel
and fulfilled their obligation as a Jew to return home to the land of
their forefathers during what was called Operation Moses. In May of 1991
a special airlift called Operation Solomon brought 15000 Ethiopian Jews
to Israel. Now, the last of the Ethiopian-Jewish community is preparing
to travel to Israel as well.
The ancient Jewish prophet Ezekiel foretold of a time when the Lord
would bring all Jews from the four corners of the earth back to the
homeland, the land of the Jewish forefathers, Ezekiel 34. In fact,
another Jewish prophet, Zephaniah wrote 2500 years ago that the Lord
would bring the Ethiopian Jews back home as well, Zephaniah 3:10. The
return of the Ethiopian Jews is only part of the entire Jewish world
coming back to Israel and establishing a Jewish state which is foretold
in Ezekiel 37:7-8. Out of 108 nations of the world over the last 100
years Jews have been coming home and the remaining Jewish worldwide
community will do the very same thing in the near future.
Operation Moses in 1985, Operation Solomon in 1991, and this next and
last immigration of Ethiopian Jews to Israel is indeed a fulfillment of