Asked in Christianity, Israel
What happen to Israel people after Jesus Christ death?
Some of them became Messianic Jews.
Why did Israel want a Christ?
Israel did not want a Christ; however the Jews have sought a messiah in every age of persecution or discontent. Note: Although Christ and Messiah have the same origin (annointed one), in the English language today, they have different meanings. ...
Why must the Jews go back to israel?
From the Jewish perspective, it's an option, NOT an obligation, for Jews to return to Israel. When the Messiah comes, the Jews will return to Israel because of a desire to be close to the spirituality of the Messiah. For a number of Christian Zionist groups, Jews must return to Israel to bring on Armageddon and the End of Days. They want this outcome so that Jesus Christ can return and create the Kingdom of God on Earth. ...
Asked in Judaism, Israel, Palestinian Territories
Are Jews citizens of Israel?
Not all Jews are Israeli citizens and not all Israeli citizens are Jews. Around 45% of Jews are Israeli citizens and 75% of Israeli citizens are Jews. That's close but not entirely true. The Law of Return in Israel states that all people of Jewish descent are welcome to come and live in Israel for safety anytime. However, Jews who never lived in Israel and never sought that citizenship are not citizens. ...
When did Russian Jews come to Israel?
Russian Jews have been moving to Israel since the late 1800s early 1900s since before the Soviet Union was around and before Israel was even a country. But in mass, Russian Jews moved to Israel in the 1970s and late 1980s when the Soviet Union opened up its boarders to Jews wishing to reunite with family in Israel. After the fall of the Soviet Union many Jews moved to Israel as well, but on a...
What do Mormons believe about the Jews and israel?
Members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (the "Mormon" church) believe that Israel is the ancestral home of the Jewish people. Mormons believe that the creation of the political state of Israel and the returning of Jews to that nation, as well as the political and religious unrest that takes place there, are in fulfillment of Biblical prophesy and a sign of the Second Coming of Jesus Christ drawing nearer. ...
How many Jews that live in Israel were born in Israel?
A little over 7 million Jews live in Israel and 67% of them were born in Israel ...
Asked in Germany in WW2, Judaism, Israel
What percentage of Jews living in Israel were born there?
Out of approximately 76 percent of the Jews in Israel, roughly 67 were born in Israel. ...
What percentage of Jews living in Israel are converted Jews?
Good question! In Israel, only Orthodox Jews can perform conversions.
Asked in Judaism
How many more Jews are there in the Diaspora than Israel?
At present, there are 6 million Jews in Israel and 8 million Jews elsewhere. ...
Why does Israel have the most Jews?
Israel does not have the most Jews, it has a lot of them, though. Israel is a country founded by Jews on the ancient land promised to the Jewish people by God. Israel is the only country on earth with a Jewish majority and the country of Israel provides a safe home for Jews and the promise that the country will protect them from harm. ...