Answer: They are people who want to unite, who yearn to reach love in their relations, and through such love, reach love for the Creator. Such people are called “Jews,” (Yehudim) from the word “Yihud” (unity).
Another meaning of the word “Jew” comes from the word “Avar” (transition), meaning: one who has crossed the border of our world and has entered the upper world.
Answer: According to the direction, definitely. After all, initially, the Jews were the ancient Babylonians from the 70 nations that inhabited Babylon, who decided to rise above their egoism and become one group, one whole.
Question: Does it mean that when the whole world begins moving in this direction, it can be called Yehudim?
Answer: Yes, as it is written, “And the land of Israel will be stretched to the whole world.”
From KabTV’s “The Last Generation” 3/15/18