Even though I have an additional three sources to disclose, I thought it would be more prudent to cover one of the subjects that is of dire consequences these days. Although very misunderstood, a great increase in Jew hatred around the world is actually an indication of the end of days.First of all, let me correct a misnomer seen everyday in the world. The term anti-Semitism has become synonymous with Jew hatred. From the Scriptural genealogical record comes some of the most well-known terms relating to Israelite people: Semite and Semitic originate from Noah's son Shem. The Shemites are all the descendants of Shem, but a more modern term (actually came from
Anyway, what really is Jew hatred? Two facts need to be clarified first. One is that the Jewish people were designated by Hashem as Am Segulah. Although the world translates Am Segulah as the Chosen People, it is more properly translated as the “nation of the remedy.” In other words, when Hashem told the Jews through the prophet Isaiah “To be a light unto the nations,” He was tasking the Jews spread throughout the world and to bring the message of Hashem to the world. That message is the remedy for the world’s problems. The specifics I will cover in another blog post. The message, however, has been greatly rejected by the people of the world – they are not interested in carrying out the will of Hashem, but doing their own thing, no matter how evil or dangerous it may be. It is the biggest reason the world is in so much trouble today. The problem is “if you can’t kill the message, kill the messenger.” Jew hatred in essence is the world fighting Hashem and His word but the Jews are the scapegoat since Hashem is not touchable. This has gone on for thousands of years but now it has increased greatly for another reason. The work of the Jewish nation is basically finished. It is time for the Jews to return to their ancestral homeland. Many Jews, however, are stubborn and think they will remain comfortable outside of
How well the Jews have done throughout history and why, if we are on a mission to save the world and help the people, has our history been so replete with suffering? Wouldn’t one think that Hashem would make it easy to do His will? The answer is very complicated and well covered in scriptures but will have to wait for its own blog post. Just be aware that the greatest miracle of the history of this world is that the Jews are still here. Many great powers throughout history tried to eliminate the Jews from this planet, but failed. It says in the Torah “you will remain small in number but will never disappear.” That prophecy, told to Moses 3324 years ago, we are witness to its fulfillment and is a testimonial to the fact that the Torah truly is the word of Hashem.