posted on Apr, 21 2014 @ 06:54 AM
a reply to: DarknStormy
I see. Jews are fine as long as they are scattered in the diaspora, humbly doing their thing. Any talk of a return to their home land is and was only
born out of the twisted minds of the Zionists. And....and, because the push to reestablish a Jewish state was undertaken by nationalist Jews who were
atheists, the reestablishment is of no spiritual justification or consequence that the world and Jews themselves should consider.
Its interesting that even Ezekiel alludes to this controversy being an issue when the Israelites return to the land. That's why I bring up Ezekiel as
being necessary for any understanding of the peoples return to the land. There are many keys to this issue found there and any discussion on the
matter that doesn't include his words are incomplete from a scriptural standing.
In short we really cant apply the original convent, original conditions for maintaining the land at this time as the sole and primary requirements.
Israel's failure in keeping the land are well recorded and probably nowhere more so than in the book of Ezekiel. However Ezekiel records the promised
reestablishment of the Israelites to the land in the same breath. He did not undertake his prophetic calling in a vacuum that excluded the violations
of the original conditions and in fact much of his purpose was to expose the gross violation of the original conditions, as well as pronounce
punishment, pronounce the coming diaspora and the eventual restoration to the land.