Israel, currently led under the far right Likud government, will face the most challenging year of its existence in 2015 after ISIS or another extremist group detonates bombs in their oil refineries and security compounds at the end of this year. Such military breaches will result in anger amongst the citizenry and calls for a newly elected government will be shouted by all ends of the political spectrum. After several dozen marches for resignation met with police brutality for Israeli Jews and Palestinians alike, Benjamin Netanyahu will resign from his post, along with the rest of members of his cabinet and party, in shame by the end of the following year. A new election, in collaboration with all religious groups in the region, sees a more Hamas friendly tone turn to disgust by 2017. It will not be the end of Israel as a political state, but their days as a Jewish majority territory may, in fact, be numbered.
Seeing the writing on the wall, a new movement of Jewish settlers migrates into the African colony of Swaziland. This sees the territory become known as the “Second Israel” and the economy there will prosper as a result. This will come as their leader, King Mswati III, is shot down and pushed out of his throne by the people of his nation. Such a move, while further destabilizing the whole of Africa, will ease political tensions in the Middle East and help to assure survival of the Jewish people for generations to come. This will also help to ease to burden of a political shift from theocracy to secularism in all parts of the Middle East by 2019 or 2020 at the latest.