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Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Jews Are Leaving France: 10,000 to Arrive in Israel in 2015

Prophecy Sign:  Jewish persecution leading to Jews fleeing to Israel

Bible prophecy tells us that God will use both the proverbial carrot and the stick to drive the Jews back to the land of their forefathers. The carrot is the booming economic model that is the modern state of Israel, and the stick is the increasing global Jewish persecution.

'As surely as the LORD lives, who brought the Israelites up out of the land of the north and out of all the countries where he had banished them.' For I will restore them to the land I gave their ancestors. "But now I will send for many fishermen," declares the LORD, "and they will catch them. After that I will send for many hunters, and they will hunt them down on every mountain and hill and from the crevices of the rocks. Jeremiah 16:15-16 NIV

Jews Are Leaving France: 10,000 to Arrive in Israel in 2015
France is bleeding Jews. The onslaught of radical Islamic terror combined with growing anti-Semitism has finally persuaded the country’s most loyal immigrants that it’s time to leave. One of Britain’s most influential Jewish journalists, Jewish Chronicleeditor Stephen Pollard, said on Friday, “Every single French Jew I know has either left or is actively working out how to leave.” Pollard’s comment came shortly after French police had ordered shops along Rue de Rosiers in the famous La Marais Jewish neighborhood to close in central Paris. The measure was taken as a precaution following the terror attack on the Hyper Cacher kosher grocery that left four people dead and others injured. More than 100,000 French Jews have left the country since 2013, according to sources quoted by The Daily Mail. Pollard said in a tweet that the attack on Hyper Cacher was no “fluke.” He wrote in a series of posts on the Twitter social networking site, “So, it’s a fluke that the latest target is a kosher grocer, is it?

UN to hold meeting on growth of anti-Semitism
The UN General Assembly will hold an informal meeting on the growth of anti-Semitism on January 22 in response to a request from dozens of nations, including Israel, the United States and all European Union members. The 37 countries sent a letter to assembly President Sam Kutesa on October 1 calling for a meeting in response to “an alarming outbreak of anti-Semitism worldwide.” That was well before last week’s attack on a kosher supermarket in Paris. 

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