Suppose all out war breaks out in he ME that leads to disappearance of state of Israel (not Jews living here, but Israel as a political nation state), due to 'betrayal' in form of appeasement of USA as foremost external power in ME. Would it really satisfy you despite such an occurrence if you would know for certain that, let's say, in the (by Gentile calendar) year 3500 Jews once more manage to proclaim state of Israel where now is Israel and the USA has disappeared (has become province Western Han of Upper Han Empire for example). Winning does not make up for the horror of such a contest itself in my opinion. But maybe Jews really do think in terms of infinity. The question 'who wants to live forever no matter what' is normally used to point out death is not only negative and bad, but there could be some who answer positively in a serious manner. The universe is unmeasurable immense, strange and bizar after all.
ISIS kills 22 in Yemen's Sanaa, Aden; targets both gov't and Houthi rebels (Reuters)
from the article: In its 62nd year, Israel is in a diplomatic, security and moral limbo