Well, lessee here. We'll assume no emigration at all -- which is unlikely. We'll assume eight million Jews outside of Israel -- which is a guess but probably within 20% or so. We'll assume, too, that the rate of immigration in the declining population accelerates so that 16,000 come to Israel each year. Like, when there are only 16,000 left, they ALL come -- not one out of every five hundred of them, like now. Granted all that, God's prophesy should be filled in about five hundred years. I'd join the Jehovah's Witnesses. They usually have a much closer target date.
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