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When looking at all the various prophecies as to what would occur in the End of Days, whether from the Book of Deuteronomy, the books of the prophets, the Midrash or the Talmud, we see clearly that almost all of them are in the process of being fulfilled. This includes a first taste of the ingathering of the exiles, the transformation of Land of Israel from a barren desert to verdant fields, and the rebuilding of the cities of Israel, especially Jerusalem.

Therefore, there is every reason to believe that the rest of the prophecies regarding the Messianic era and the eventual peace and fellowship that will encompass all the peoples of the earth will soon be fulfilled as well.


[i] Exodus 3:8, etc…

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Rabbi Avraham Arieh and Rachel Trugman have thirty-five years of experience in the field of Jewish education. A founding family of Moshav Meor Modiim in 1976, where Rabbi Trugman served several years as the Director of the Center of Jewish Education, which successfully ran programs for over 5,000 participants from over 25 countries. The Trugmans returned to Israel in 1995 and are now the Directors of Ohr Chadash: New Horizons in Jewish Experience, a dynamic program they created that has run programs for tens of thousands participants.


  1. The author says, "Today that number is more than six million, and according to most estimates, within a very short amount of time there will be a majority of Jews living in Israel for the first time since the destruction of the First Temple." Really? Seems to me that there has been a majority of Jews in Israel since before it became a state! So this is very puzzling. Don't know what his point was. (Maybe he's defining "Israel" as the land under the dominion of Kings David & Solomon at the height of Jewish power?)

  2. Reply to Mark Meinicoff: The text is ambiguous. What the author probably meant to express is that soon the majority of world Jewry will be living in Israel. In this connection, it is probably true to say that, right now, Israel probably has the single largest Jewish community in the world. The 6.22 million Jews in Israel now exceed the 5 million plus Jewish population of the USA, as recently indicated by Gallup and the Jewish Virtual Library. However, there are some other calculations of the USA's Jewish population that might suggest that the USA's Jewish population is still greater than that of Israel.

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