I'm not seeing the connection.
As far as I'm aware, there are still plenty of Jews scattered around the globe.
Not all Jews would rush back to Israel in one day. They have been drawn even before Israel was born a nation, and they're being drawn even unto this day.
And as RD pointed out, there are still plenty of enemies occupying the land that God promised Israel, which the current nation of Israel does not own.
I'm not talking about the Millennium Kingdom. I'm talking about the condition of the world today. Israel is surrounded by her enemies and it's clear things are looking worse with each passing day. Will the antichrist step in and make peace? We are told to be watching the signs, and that's all I'm trying to do.
Of course they haven't. That's prophesied as well. That they would be gathered in unbelief. They've not yet accepted their Messiah, but its will come when they see the power of God come upon them.Also, Israel, AKA, the Jews, not what we today call a nation (for it is just another secular nation), has not repented of her rejection of her Messiah.
And on top of that, aside from it clearly having not been fulfilled, we don't even fully know what "the fulness of the Gentiles coming in" means, if at all. THAT has to happen first, then the Rapture, and THEN will Israel's program resume, and be the end of the world.
The fulness of the Gentiles is the rapture of the church. That's when the antichrist and false prophet will arrive on the scene. IMHO.
The one world government, the one world religion, the development of AI and digital currency, and the digital health organization. Heck, even being like the days of Sodom and Gomorrah.....even worse. Yep, the signs are right here.
Until the rapture happens, assume everything going on is just coincidentally similar to prophecy, but does not actually fulfill it.
Also recognize that, if Scripture is any indication, there will be some prophecies that go unfulfilled, and thus, even if they are even if such prophecies are given by God, they may never come to pass, and should not be taken as if they are a 100% accurate prediction of the future. Even the length of the Tribulation will be shortened, as Jesus said as quoted by Matthew and Mark.
Of course the Prophecies are 100 percent accurate. That God can shorten a time (in fact says He will shorten it), doesn't mean every single prophecy won't be fulfilled. We're just watching it unfold....giving us an urgency to share the Gospel every chance the Lord gives us.
No sense arguing about prophecies. We should be on top of what we're seeing unfold before our very eyes.