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“And He shall set up an ensign for the nations, and shall assemble the outcasts of Israel, and gather together the dispersed of Judah from the four corners of the earth.”  Isaiah 11:12. 

While this is in the process of being fulfilled, will Israel’s new visa exemptions to the USA contradict Bible prophecy?

Too ease the travel of its citizens, Israel pressed to join 38 other countries in the US Visa Waiver Program — a prestigious club of nations whose citizens don’t need a pre-approved visa to visit America. Until today their efforts were rebuffed, as Israel has seen a spike in the number of young people and military officers rejected entry to the US.

However, though MSM Fake News has done its best to obscure the fact, ILTV announced today Israeli citizens may now fly to the USA with a visa exemption.

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Preceding this, it was reported October 2, 2017: “Israel on Monday expressed a basic willingness to grant the US full access to Israel’s fingerprint database in order to be able to join the Visa Waiver Program, which would ease the visa requirement policy for Israeli citizens.”

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But now, just six weeks later, ILTV announced today Israeli citizens may now fly to the USA with a visa exemption.

Is this good news for America? If one keeps in mind a steady stream of Muslim terrorists – who are Israeli citizens – may ongoingly try to get around US access to Israel’s fingerprint database, this is definitely not good news.

Is this good news for Israel? When one is aware of the current dilemma Israel suffers, with its high tech minds lured to other countries, this easier access to the USA is definitely not good news for Israel.

Prophetically and eschatologically, this is not good news. As seen in such writings as Exodus II by Steve Lightle, Let My People Go by Tom Hess, and Fishers and Hunters by Jay and Meridel Rawlings, diaspora Jews from around the world are to make aliyah to Israel. It is a prophesied Divinely-willed return.

Israeli researcher Barry Chamish wrote Vigileaks and others saying he was “encouraging Jews to aliyah to Florida.” Only days later in God’s Sovereignty, Chamish was dead. A heart attack due to “natural” causes which also happened to researcher Grant Jeffrey. In truth, both appeared to be victims of remote direct energy weapons.

But despite the human and weaponry cause, Chamish’s death happened under God’s Sovereignty. Chamish was playing games with God while openly contradicting and defying – indeed, mocking – the prophesied return of the Jews to Israel. Isaiah prophesied they are to return from the ends of the earth.

For Israeli citizens tempted by visa exemptions to the USA, they would be wise to study Scripture. Israel, born in a day as prophesied, became a state in 1948 as a refuge against anti-Semitism. At a time when American central banks may allow no more than $5000 to be transferred by individuals to Israel, at a time when Silicon Valley is run by tens of thousands of Muslims, and at a time when the Lord is urgent about Jews to aliyah to Israel in His timetable, the new visa exemption for Israeli citizens may be more curse than blessing.

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