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The Star of David

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מעברית: Argaman Translations | הוצאה: | 2012 | 80 עמ'
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Guided missiles will be used in the war of Gog and Magog. If we exchange the word “arrow” with the word “missile, the verse changes its meaning. Here are a few examples.

“Their arrows shall be as of a mighty man that maketh childless; none shall return in vain.” (Jeremiah, 50:9). According to the Malbim’s interpretation, the arrows of the enemies will act as if they have a mind of their own, and reach targets autonomously.

According to a modern interpretation: The arrows of the enemies (missiles) will be guided (mighty man), and cause much hurt and damage (none shall return in vain). “God who brought him forth out of Egypt is for him like the lofty horns of the wild-ox; he shall eat up the nations that are his adversaries, and shall break their bones in pieces, and pierce them through with his arrows.” (Numbers 24:8) In Balaam’s prophecy, he predicts that god will break and pierce those arrows, and if we replace the word arrow – with missiles – we are actually looking at a missile crushing prophecy.

This book has three origins: Natural disasters, progressions and events in Israel and the world of late. A dream, dreamed twice. On top of these three, the book was integrated with elements of imagination. The book quotes biblical verses referring to the war of Gog and Magog and the end of days.

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Preface: This book has three origins: Natural disasters, progressions and events in Israel and the world of late. A dream, dreamed twice. On top of these three, the book was integrated with elements of imagination. The book quotes biblical verses referring to the war of Gog and Magog and the end of days.

On top of these three, the book was integrated with elements of imagination. The book quotes biblical verses referring to the war of Gog and Magog and the end of days.

There are books, booklets, lectures, short films and internet websites that discuss the era of the end of days. According to the commonly agreed opinion of rabbis, commentators on the torah and the public majority, the end of days began with the establishment of the Israeli state and the ingathering of the exiles. Now, we are once again facing the grave test of the war of Gog and Magog, like it was described to us by the biblical prophets of old.

This book was written in the past tense, in the voice of a narrator who describes the different stages of the war of Gog and Magog, the time that preceded it, and also relates the war itself and what happened after it ended.

Basically, this period was prophesied in the book of Ezekiel: The word of the Lord came to me: “Son of man, turn toward Gog of the land of Magog the chief prince of Meshech and Tubal. Prophesy against and say: ‘This is what the sovereign Lord says: Look, I am against you, Gog, chief prince of Meshech and Tubal. I will turn you around, put hooks into your jaws, and bring you out with all your army, horses and horsemen, all of them fully armed, a great company with shields of different types, all of them armed with swords. Persia, Ethiopia, and Put are with them, all of them with shields and helmets. They are joined by Gomer with all its troops, and by Beth Togarmah from the remote parts of the north with all its troops – many peoples are with you: Be ready and stay ready, you and all your companies assembled around you, and be a guard for them. After many days you will be summoned; in the latter years you will come to a land restored from the ravages of war, with many peoples gathered on the mountains of Israel that had long been in ruins. Its people were brought out from the peoples, and all of them will be living securely. You will advance; you will come like a storm. You will be like a cloud covering the earth, you, all your troops, and the many other peoples with you. (Ezekiel 38:1-14). Part of the prophecy appears in book of Zechariah 14:12: “But this will be the nature of the plague with which the Lord will strike all the nations that have fought against Jerusalem…” The prophecy described in both books is similar; many nations will come to Jerusalem and the Israeli mountains in order to annihilate the Jews who reside in Israel, after they have already came back to Israel and a partial ingathering of the exiles has taken place (“with many peoples gathered on the mountains of Israel…”). In Ezekiel’s prophecy, we are told which countries are Gog countries. Some of them are explicitly written (Persia, for example) and the rest, according to the researchers and commentators of this field, are countries that share a border with Persia.

There are books and booklets describing each country in the past – that also determine which country or region they occupy today.

Here’s a partial description

Iran – Persia

Turkey – Togarmah

Cush – Countries in Africa

The remote parts of the north – Caucasus – Russia

India

Iraq

Pakistan

Afghanistan

As it is clearly shown, most of the countries that appear in Ezekiel’s prophecy or in its interpretations are nations of Islam. The inevitable conclusion is that the war of Gog and Magog will be fought between Islam and Judaism, that is, a feud based on a religious war.

It is interesting to note, that at the time that the prophecy was given to Ezekiel, it was not possible to associate these countries with Islam, since at the time they were all idol worshippers. According to the names of the countries, it is easy to see that they are located in two continents: Asia and Africa.

The war will be very cruel, with numerous participants; many nations and countries will cooperate in order to rise to war over Jerusalem, and kill many others; the heavens will join in and aid Israel and the slaying of the enemies will be partly prosecuted through unidentified means.

Guided missiles will be used in the war of Gog and Magog. If we exchange the word “arrow” with the word “missile, the verse changes its meaning. Here are a few examples.

“Their arrows shall be as of a mighty man that maketh childless; none shall return in vain.” (Jeremiah, 50:9). According to the Malbim’s interpretation, the arrows of the enemies will act as if they have a mind of their own, and reach targets autonomously.

According to a modern interpretation: The arrows of the enemies (missiles) will be guided (mighty man), and cause much hurt and damage (none shall return in vain). “God who brought him forth out of Egypt is for him like the lofty horns of the wild-ox; he shall eat up the nations that are his adversaries, and shall break their bones in pieces, and pierce them through with his arrows.” (Numbers 24:8) In Balaam’s prophecy, he predicts that god will break and pierce those arrows, and if we replace the word arrow – with missiles – we are actually looking at a missile crushing prophecy.

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