Glick: Israel’s transformation into the center of the Jewish world isn’t just a question of demographics. Israel is the present of the Jewish people and its future, as well

ISRAEL HAYOM (by agreement with JNS)
Israel has made it, now it needs to grow up
by Caroline Glick
April 16, 2021

At independence, Israel was little more than a spark of light – a tiny spark – in the Jewish world. From a total of 11.5 million Jews alive on the 5th of the month of Iyyar in the Jewish year 5708, (May 14, 1948), only 650,000, or 6% lived in Israel. In contrast, the day Israel was founded, some five million, or 43% of world Jewry were living in the United States. Fast forward 73 years and that little spark of light is now the sun in the Jewish solar system. With 6.9 million Jews out of a total of 14.9 million, not only is Israel the largest Jewish community in the world by far with 47% of world Jewry living within its boundaries, by 2030, the majority of world Jewry will be living in the Jewish state. READ MORE

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