November 22, 2017

An Israeli official told Israel to prepare for one million Jewish settlers

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JD: What is the population of Judea and Samaria, the Jewish settlements at this point in time?

WM: Jimmy, I hope the listeners and you remember that in 1967 there was zero Jews beyond what we call the green line and yet no Jews were allowed to live in that area. At the present moment according to my calculations to be conservative about four hundred and sixty to four hundred and seventy thousands Jews in what we call Judea and Samaria. And in the new neighborhoods of Jerusalem built up after 1967 there are about two hundred and ten thousand Jewish Israeli’s. We’re talking about six hundred and twenty-five thousand Jews approximately at the present moment living outside the form of green line of the state of Israel which puts the hope of a million Jews not that too difficult to reach in the very near future.

JD: You and I know the bottom line we’ve read the word of God and it absolutely guarantees that there will be a population of Jewish people in Judea and Samaria and it will reach over one million, that’s an absolute don’t you agree?

WM: I agree, it’s always good Jimmy to have God on your side and the Bible as a testimony. But some times there are people who need to be convinced they have a lack of faith some times and if we’re able to talk to them in a language they understand that’s even better.

JD: Winkie Medad with the details behind the headline of one million Jewish settlers in the future in Israel.

We report this information because it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.

Winkie Medad reported to us that in fifty years the state of Israel has grown from no Jewish settlers in Judea and Samaria to over six hundred thousand today. This growth has come from the fact that most Jewish settlers are religious and they have an expanding birth rate.

The Israeli political leader to warn the state to prepare for one million Jewish settlers in the near future is consistent with what the ancient Jewish prophets wrote some twenty five hundred years ago. For example, Ezekiel wrote in Ezekiel 34 that the Lord would bring the Jewish people back into the land actually into Judea and Samaria. Ezekiel 36 speaks of a land that God promised the Jewish people and it’s referring to the area of Judea and Samaria. In fact, God told the Jews that he would plant them in the land of their forefathers and he would do this for his holy namesake, Ezekiel 36:22. There will be more than one million Jewish settlers in the future in Judea and Samaria.