It has been a long time since Christians should not be taught and told anymore on why the Jewish state is legitimate in the light of the prophecies. Unfortunately, this is still necessary, because the false Christian doctrines which attempt to substitute for Israel in spirit represent such a proportion of the Christian world that one still cannot neglect these groups of people and we must continue to fight for their sake in order to open their eyes.

But among those who accept the prophecies, the question often arises as to what kind of prophecy allows a country visibly as depraved as the modern zionist state to still exist? How can we consider a State, which is one of the most atheistic and the most soiled by all sorts of sins to be the fulfillment of biblical prophecies in accordance with the will of the Almighty?

The question is indeed legitimate, and if we are in the Spirit and we look at Eretz, we quickly realize that no real feeling of spiritual cathartism is gaining our soul, on the contrary.

Who owns the Holy Land?

It is imperative to note that the sole owner of the Holy Land is YHWH himself and not the Jewish people, or more broadly, the Israelites, or any other people. This is the one piece of land where, from the beginning, the Lord of this world, Satan, has no right of disposal. And it pleased YHWH to have reserved this Land for the Chosen People from the beginning until the end of time. When from time to time, against his original will, he is forced to exile his disobedient sons, the country temporarily finds itself in the hands of other nations.

Zionism

Tivadar Herzl, German-speaking journalist of Hungarian Jewish origin, born in the vicinity of the Great Synagogue on Dohàny Street in Budapest, but living in Vienna and working for a Viennese newspaper, was on assignment in Paris when the famous Dreyfus affair was taking place. He saw the officer Dreyfus, accused of treason, being stripped of his post and rank in public, when his sword was broken. Herzl was shocked when he saw a panting crowd gathered at the scene shouting, “Death to the Jew.” He was amazed that barely a century after the French revolution and the proclamation of the human rights, the French people were still at this level of primitivity. As it later turned out, the culprits were Dreyfus’s senior Christian French officers, and the French army’s secret documents were handed over to German officers through a Hungarian aristocrat, Count Eszterházy. They were the traitors who chose a Jew as their scapegoat. It was the vision of Dreyfus’s humiliation and the rage of the people that gave birth to the concept of the modern Jewish state in the mind of Tivadar Herzl in Paris at this precise moment in history. He realized that we need a country where we enjoy self-determination, where we can defend ourselves with arms and live in peace with one another.

Zionism, from Herzl to this day has always been traditionally atheist and socialist. This is mainly an initiative coming from mostly assimilated and non-believing Jews who felt in this Europe before the pogroms and the Holocaust that something very unhealthy was in preparation and that the time had come to leave and return to our ancestral homeland.

This eventually came to fruition a bit late in 1946, when the State of Israel was finally proclaimed.

Anti-Zionists

Many know that the world’s greatest anti-Zionists are often Jews, and those who officially count as Jews by blood are fierce enemies of the Jewish state. (For example György (Georges) Soros (also Hungarian) – proclaimed persona non grata in Israel, undesirable person, being a supporter and declared financier of Arab terrorist groups. He was also used as a “detection dog” during his teenage years by the Nazis in Budapest under the war. He helped his Nazi masters to expropriate the valuables left in the apartments by the Jews who had been deported. See the interview videos on this subject available on youtube where he explains and confesses his past himself almost with pride.

There is another form of Jewish anti-Zionism which is not based on atheism, but on the contrary takes its roots in religious extremism. Here too, it is the Hungarian forms of Jewish orthodoxy who stand out from the crowd and which are the fiercest opponents to zionism. The Orthodox current of Szatmár (from the Hungarian region of the same name) fundamentally refuses to allow anyone to establish a Jewish state in the Holy Land. For them, only the Messiah has the power to bring the state of Israel back to life. Until then, no Jew has the right to do so. However, the return of the Jews to the Holy Land is, also according to them, authorized and even recommended. These ones work in favor of the prophecy of the return as well, but in a different way, completely neglecting the political and administrative side of the issue. They are the ones who enjoy the security system, military protection and social benefits of the zionist state, but who refuse to contribute to it, to work or to serve in the military. Or rather, it is their wives whom they send to work for them, because a man naturally has to study the texts from morning to night. During this time, they expect their wives to go and earn their common bread, while managing to maintain a clean and decent household and to take care of their 5 to 13 children per family on average.

Szatmar orthodoxy is the most prevalent current in the world. They mainly inhabit the cities of Antwerp, New York and Jerusalem and are one of the main problem for zionists perhaps even more than the Palestinians themselves.

Within this orthodoxy developed the neturei karta current, “defenders of the city” who do not limit themselves to peaceful resistance, but militate violently against the State of Israel. They are the ones who, dressed in Palestinian flags, burning Israeli flags while themselves funding Arab terrorist groups that shed Jewish blood and often appear alongside the leaders of Israel’s main enemies. They are the ones who indirectly commit fratricide, thus violating a law much more fundamental than the one of the prohibition of establishing a Jewish state in place of the Messiah. These are vulgar murderers who according to our common laws, and their rabbinical ones at the same time, deserve immediate death by stoning. They are naturally all the more blind to this obvious fact, as their extreme talmudic delusions surpass those the average of the other religious movements.

An Orthodox worthy of the name and in harmony with himself, if there is one, only allows himself to profess his anti-zionist views in a downward and moderate manner. A Jew worthy of the name will never make a pact with the enemy and criticize his brother in public or incite his hatred and destruction. And if he feels the urge to burn an Israeli flag, he will do it with his family behind the curtains and not in the streets before the eyes of the whole world.

Order / promise of return

This chaotic situation, where it is humanly very difficult to say who is right, must be seen from the point of view of the Lord. Because all touch directly or indirectly fundamental truths coming from YHWH and most of the parties have a good excuse for their devia-zionist behavior.

According to the will of the Lord and following the destruction of the sanctuary, around 70, the Jewish people began the longest exile in its history which lasts to this day. However, according to the prophecies, the people must return to their original homeland before the return of the Messiah.

Here we have to do with a people who have fallen into two extremes. Some have abandoned the practice of their religion and are angry with their Creator for not understanding how the Creator allowed them to suffer so much. They have often chosen to abandon their identity which they consider to be the source and the cause of all their troubles.

On the other hand, we find Jews who follow religious precepts to the letter. These precepts which may be based on the Torah, the revealed Word of YHWH, have been greatly deviated from it by a multitude of superfluous and human teachings. It is precisely these disguised teachings and precepts which constitute the veil which has come to cover their hearts and eyes and which prevents them from recognizing the Messiah in Yeshua. Among them, the persecutions and sufferings endured over the centuries only increased their religious fundamentalism in order to regain the sympathy of Elohim. Here we are talking about this slightly dumb brother who will study like a beast to and be the top of the class to prove that he is the opposite. He is the community’s brainy, like the smurf wearing glasses in the Belgian cartoon, the one who even does what is not expected of him in order to please the papa smurf. It is he who will continue to wear a schtreimel and a very black kaftan (fur hat and long black tunic) even after having left his cold Russian steppes and having lived for a long time under the blazing sun of the Middle East. He is persuaded to do the right think by afflicting himself that way because this is what the great “wises” of Israel asked him to do 150 years earlier. And no one could enumerate the many absurdities which are still contained in the rabbinical literature. Nevertheless, his devotion remains touching, for he is so convinced that this is how he pleases the Father.

It is clear that none of the parties are no longer fulfilling the original role, identity and path that Elohim assigned them, especially since the Messiah was not recognized in Yeshua. Yet the promise, the commandment, the prophecy of the return to the Holy Land at some point is still valid, for the rejection of the People has never and will never occur (see Romans 11, if it is still necessary to draw attention to this).

Imagine a father being forced to kick his sons out of the house because they are unable to obey the rules. Then, before letting them go, he orders them to return home before sunset because danger is approaching. The sons may wander all day long, some of them going even further from the precepts of the father and others trying to guard them with increasingly delusional and unnecessary zeal. Neither really comes back to the Word of the Father, but both feel the danger of night coming and hurry to get back home. Which according to his own atheist or religious motives and intentions, but the important thing is that they all come back. Even if they do not do so with proper repentance, the main thing is that they remain alive and safe from the dangers of the dark.

Israel, as a secular state, which in many ways is also influenced by antichrist forces, at least has the advantage of reuniting the flock before it gets lost for ever. Thus, the Eternal allows this gathering to take place temporarily under foreign flags, such as the socialist and atheist Zionism. So those who criticize the secularism of Israel rightly do so, but they simply have no vision that the return to Eretz could not happen otherwise in the case of many Jews. And instead of criticizing, you should rejoice, for lack of anything else, to at least see this law fulfilled, that of returning to the Promised Land. Those who accept Israel, on the other hand, often fall into the other extreme. These many times fall into the sin of idolatry of the Jew or that of the fulfillment of the prophecies. And even if they do not consciously accept the sins, they still tolerate them by casting the veil on the sins of Israel. Instead of remedying them by exposing sins, and by announcing the path of healing which is Christ, they simply remain silent. So this ostrich-like approach of the issue only makes the situation worse.

And the religious Jewish community will one day have to realize that most of their secular brethren did not give up the faith simply because of anti-Semitism. Many have been dissuaded from remaining in the faith because of the visibly human talmudic doctrines and laws which are inherently very foreign to the original Jewish mentality. A sober and lucid Jew will never fall into orthodoxy and this is not a question of faith. Anyone who has any idea of ​​the things of the Lord will soon realize that rabbinical Judaism is filled with both intellectually and spiritually unacceptable doctrines, laws and demands! And since there is no other alternative to remaining Jewish, many prefer to go out into the wilderness of the world and use their talents to succeed in life and survive the best they can. Their goal will be to ensure the best possible education for their children so that they too can survive in a world which is completely alien and hostile to them. Money does not buy happiness, but is often a great help and a means of survival. This view is humanly understandable, and the leaders of the current Zionist state operate on this principle. As long as there is enough money and weapons, everything is fine. These are their idols, for now.

The Palestinian question

According to some, it seems that there are no Palestinian people today. But that is not the question. They might very well exist, better be the direct descendants of the ancient Philistines, than they would remain just as alien to the Holy Land as they were originally. The Philistines, their alleged ancestors, have themselves always been intruders and usurpers whose presence in the Holy Land and hostility to the Jews was a direct consequence of the sins of Israel. So I don’t really understand the debate and above all I don’t understand why no one preaches this fundamental truth instead of discussing and explaining historical things unnecessarily?

Or rather yes, the Palestinians have indeed existed since Roman times, when the desire of the empire of Israel to de-Judaize went so far as to rename the Holy Land, Palestine and the Jews who lived there, Palestinians. In the 1930s, encyclopedias defined Jewish settlers as Palestinians, and the accompanying flag of Palestine was essentially the same as today’s Israeli flag, white background with the blue Star of David in the middle. So, if you will, the Palestinians still exist, that has been one of our nicknames for over 2,000 years.

But from the perspective of Arabs called Palestinians, it is the story of the Canaanites, not that of the Philistines, that is much more interesting. As it is clear from the story of Rahab at the time of the first conquest, that the former tenants of the Promised Land were also not very happy to see the Israelite people disembark. However, from Rahab’s words, we know that the Israelites’ arrival and intention to take possession of the land did not come upon them unexpectedly. The people heard of the arrival of the Jews and were afraid, as we read in Joshua 2: 9 : “I know that the LORD has given you this land and that a great fear of you has fallen on us, so that all who live in this country are melting in fear because of you.”

Many people still invest in real estate today. They buy flats in city centers while their children are still minors to allow them later to have a place to live when reaching the adult age. Until then, they rent their apartments to amortize their investment but also so that the property is maintained and does not lie fallow. The same sort of thing happens with the Holy Land.

Then the Lord spoke. He put on the hearts of the Canaanites that the time had come. True, they certainly did not get the message just when the time came, when the Jews were already surrounding Jericho, but their ancestors must have already been told deep down in their souls. Certainly all generations of Canaanites have always felt that this land was not theirs, but that they could use it for some time. They must have felt like foreigners from the start. Then, when the time came for the landlord to hand over the property to his own grown child, the tenants reacted in different ways and many of them rebelled.

Nothing has changed since. The Lord does not reject the Arabs. The promise of Hagar and Ishmael, to the extent that today’s Arabs are their descendants, is just as valid as the promises made to Israel. Remember that we are not a privileged people, but simply a chosen one. We have been selected, set aside for service, for the service of others, not the other way around. However, we also have the right to housing, the right to have a country somewhere in the world.

In a broader sense and in Christ, we also look forward to Arabs in the extended family, especially since we are also blood relatives. The Lord does not cruelly throw people into the streets. Most Canaanites must have settled further afield, where, having merged with the local population, their present descendants are arguably part of the Arab world. They live, only elsewhere, differently, maybe better. In a place where they can truly feel at home. Perhaps today’s wealthy arabs living from petrol are precisely the descendants of these obedient ancient Canaanites who accepted to leave the country. Who knows?

The Arab group known as Palestinian from the 1940s to the present day, having inhabited the Holy Land for the past few centuries, would also certainly have received a new home, if they had obeyed. But ultimately even those who left to settle in Jordan continue to claim their rights in the Holy Land and are only waiting for the green light from the states of the world to regain possession of what they believe to be theirs.

Thus, they put themselves under a terrible curse and are in great danger because of their perseverance not to return what is not theirs. The feelings of forgiveness and resignation must be sown in them, and the conviction that if YHWH takes something, he always gives something else instead, something much better.

There is no doubt that the Spirit of YHWH has walked before Jewish settlers from the late 19th century until the founding of the state in 1946 and to the present day. Thus, the ethnic groups who live there, like the Canaanites of the time, were given the ultimatum to return the country and pass it, not to the Jews, but to its sole rightful owner, YHWH who wanted it to serve as a home for the Jewish people.

Elohim has no intention of throwing, sweeping up anyone. He could have blessed this people who cause so much troubles in the world and given them a new homeland. If they had obeyed, they would have recovered abundantly elsewhere, what they have lost here. The time has come and the Jew must return home for the prophecies of the gathering to be fulfilled in preparation for Christ’s return. Anyone who fights against this project puts himself in danger of death.

The Israeli army, on the other hand, did not seize the opportunity 40 or 50 years ago, when it would not have bothered anyone in the world, except the Arabs themselves, to expel all Arabs from the territory of Israel while there was still time. Today, the world expects us to ask their forgiveness for everything, almost even when we happen to manage avoiding their stabs. Taking up arms against them after years of provocation and missiles fired against the Jews has become a sacrilege that most nations condemn. Those nations that have become so insanely blind. This is where we are today!

However, I do not deny that some Arabs are sometimes subjected to inappropriate treatment. After all, in a situation of war, anyone can go wild any time and an Israeli soldier can behave in inhuman ways too. However, this does not excuse the illegitimate presence and rebellious attitude of the Arabs in the territory, so that the subsequent excesses of the Jewish soldiers, while often reprehensible, do not justify their alleged rights.

Furthermore, one who incessantly provokes should not be surprised at a defensive response in return. Pointing fingers after lighting the fire is a particularly vile and cynical behavior. Moreover, a humanity whose mind is based on an excessive and disproportionate humanism, will never understand how the one who is visibly stronger can be right in the face of the one who seems utterly helpless.

Elohim would have blessed them in abundance elsewhere, where the Arabs already live somewhere in the millions of square kilometers that represent the Arab world. If my sentence makes you smile, check for yourself: 13,150,000 km², area of ​​the Arab world from Morocco to the Iranian border, from the Mediterranean to the border of black Africa. Some would say that much of this land is uninhabitable desert? Whose fault is it ? The Holy Land was also dust bowl before the Jews arrived. They almost miraculously turned much of the region into a thriving oasis. With an appropriate lifestyle and a willingness to work and not just go out to graze the goats and sheeps which will eventually digest until the last blade of grass, man is able to restore and maintain a healthy environment.

I think it is useless to discuss the petty and greedy character of this spirit which confines itself to refusing this small parcel of land of insignificant size to a people who have nowhere to go for 2000 years and who stupidly protects a so-called disadvantaged minority. The present land area of Israel is 21,000 km². Here live 6 million Jews and 3 million Arabs. Knowing that the number of official Jews still dispersed in the world is 12 million additional souls, not counting the descendants of the lost tribes not yet gathered or the lost members of the tribe of Judah who are assimilated and whose gathering is also ongoing, in the event of large-scale reunification according to biblical promises, we risk feeling more like sardines in a can than Jews on a Promised Land. In such a case, the Arabs who still insist on staying will finally flee if only because of the smell.

False Jews and real Khazars or vice versa

Our basic right to the Land stems from the fact that we consider ourselves to be the descendants of Jacob, primarily his sons Judah and Benjamin. However, according to some theories, the Jewish mass of central Europe is not from Jacob, but descends from the Khazars who converted to Judaism. In another article, I will expand on this topic in a little more detail. But very briefly, there are three possibilities, none of which can be excluded. The first is that the theory is wrong and that we all come from Jacob. The other is that only the ruling Khazar class converted to Judaism, as many Jewish and non-Jewish historians claim.

The third case, often accepted by Jews themselves – historians and geneticists, is that the theory is absolutely correct and that the Jews of Poland, Hungary, Ukraine, Romania, right up to the Urals mountains are largely the descendants of these proselyte Khazars.

And here, generally we stop reasoning. Suddenly, the challenged Jews remain silent and prefer to turn the page and not to examine this delicate subject in more depth.

However, the Khazar territory lies a few hundred kilometers northeast of the Kingdom of Israel. What a coincidence! This is indeed the exact direction in which the 10 tribes were deported. It is always very suspicious when someone feels such a deep attraction to the Jewish people that they have an overwhelming urge to convert to Judaism. This is not what happens in the vast majority of cases! Contact with Jews usually generates something other than attraction. Hatred, contempt and hostility are the feelings that our presence generates in the hearts of nations and not any form of sympathy or appeal. The relationship of the Nations with the Jews does not generally reflect the attitude of the Khazars, but rather that of the Kozaks. In many cases, attraction begins when similar genes come into contact with each other. This is a bit what John the Baptist must have felt in his mother’s womb when Mary visited Elizabeth with Yeshua in her own womb.

This thing was not revealed to me, it is not a prophetic vision, but a simple human reasoning almost mathematical, but I have a strong feeling that if the Khazar theory turns out to be true, it would also turn out that the Khazars, at least a large part of them, were none other than the descendants of the 10 deported tribes. This is how the prophecy of the gathering would be fulfilled, not in the last days as it is understood today, but in the last days as presented by Jesus as having already begun during his life on Earth. The gathering of the lost tribes would therefore have been going on for almost 2000 years.

Today’s Ashkenazi Jews would only have to be revealed which tribe they really come from. Until now we thought we were descending from Judah, Benjamin, Simeon, or even Levi, since these four remained, but it may soon turn out that many of us who wish we were Rachel’s sons will have to make it obvious that we are not even descended from Leah, but possibly from one of the latter’s two maids.

The functioning of El Shadai in the territory of present-day Israel

Anyone who still has doubts that the present state of Israel has anything to do with long-standing written biblical prophecies, just go and see the media and the accounts of the people of the land, how many true miracles the Jews of Israel have witnessed since the founding of the state. Let us take only the most common case: rockets fired from Gaza. An unimaginable amount of rockets have been fired from Gaza into Israel since the early 2000s. These should have claimed huge numbers of lives. However, the number of injuries and deaths and even property damage is so low compared to the number of shells that to attribute it to chance would not even sound like a bad joke.

Despite the appearance and the will of the majority, wanting to portray the modern Philistines as little Davids against the great Goliath that the Israeli army is supposed to represent, the story however remains the same as it was during Saul’s reign. Israel may have a huge strike force, be the most formidable army in the world, the giant is not the less the so-called Philistine with his billions of Muslim brothers behind to support it without counting the formerly Christian nations having renounced their faith and increasingly rallying behind the enemies of the Jewish nation.

The modern David still manages to defend himself by his own power against Goliath, his enemies. But soon, the time will come when, like the original David, he will defeat the enemy once and for all by only trusting in the Lord of Hosts.

The role of Israel in the last days

This is the gathering place of the Jews, where the true identity of the Messiah will be collectively revealed to them where they are going to mourn him as one mourns a firstborn.

The state of Israel is also the predilection place of the Antichrist. For there will be built the last temple, which will become the throne of the antichrist. There the religions of the world will be unified while Jerusalem the indivisible city according to YHWH, will be divided into three parts. This is where the image of the beast will be erected and before which almost all knees will be forced to bow, as in Daniel’s time.

Israel is also the place where Gog and Magog meet at the end of the millennium.

Jerusalem is also the city where the Two Witnesses are to be put to death before they resurrect and return to heaven.

It would take far too long to list all the events that could not come about without the return of the Jewish people to the Holy Land. But let no one imagine that the return of the Jewish people to the Holy Land must take place in the greatest harmony and understanding between peoples having regard for all the religious traditions of the region. The prophecies do not announce or promise any such thing. What is written is that we must return and take back possession of the Land whether some people like it or not, just like during the time of the first conquest with Joshua. Whoever does not manage to disregard his humanistic feelings and human justice falls into the trap set by the enemy: to make him rebel against the will and plan of YHWH. Such a mistake acts like a poison blocking Christendom and preventing it from fulfilling its essential role alongside the Jews in the fulfillment of the prophecies of the end times.

Regarding the pro-Jewish Christian minority, these words should also urge caution. Because each trap has its double, its antithesis, its other extreme which is often even more dangerous than the first because it works in the name of love and tolerance. Do not defend everything on the pretext that the thing bears the stamp of a Jew. The poison is just as present there and can paralyze you in your calling as it is in the case of your Judeo-skeptical brothers.

ZeevShlomo / RichardSipos / 30/04/2021