JD: How many Jewish people living in the area of Judea and Samaria; the settlers, how many out there now Winkie?
WM: At the present moment, if we exclude Jerusalem or the newer neighborhoods you would sometimes call East Jerusalem, even though it’s east, north, and south. We’re talking about 470-480 thousand Jews in about 135 different communities, some of them cities with tens of thousands of people, and smaller regional areas, what we call the villages or the community settlements like my own, Shiloh which has almost 400 families which is about close to 3,000 people. If we add Jerusalem Jimmy, which of course we in Israel consider part of the State of Israel not part of some disputed territory or land you’re talking about just over 200,000 Jews who have moved into neighborhoods. We’re talking probably 650,000 Jews, which means we’re basically close to twenty percent of the total population among the Arabs and Jews living in Judea, Samaria, and Jerusalem.
JD: Boy that is not only a prophetically significant group of people but politically they have to be paid attention too as it relates to the governing of the Jewish state of Israel.
Bottom line Winkie, the end game we know comes from God’s word and the land ultimately will be under Jewish leadership when there is a fulfillment of Bible prophecy written by the ancient Jewish prophets. Am I correct?
WM: The Bible tells us the numbers go up and take procession of the land. We should do that for ourselves, we should do that for the benefit of all non-Jews who are living here and can continue to live here in health and economic success and prosperity. It will be a shining beacon for all of the world how a proper country and a proper people work together for the benefits of all.
JD: Winkie Medad from the heartland of the Jewish state in Judea and Samaria Israel.
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Jimmy's Prophetic Prospective on the News
God has given the Jewish people a piece of real estate so that He can fulfill His promise, and He will keep His promise.
Ezekiel 34 reveals that God has given the Jewish people the land of their forefathers. In Ezekiel 36:22 God said He did this for His Holy namesake and He will keep His promise to the Jewish people. In fact He will keep all of His promises to the Jewish people forever.