Thanks for that easy to not understand chart.
Here's another little known closing an apparent loophole. With Gentiles and tribulation and resurrection there are two choices for each. With 'Israel' they have a promise that they will all be saved at a certain point. That includes everybody ever born into any of the 12 tribes. Not because they have been any sort of role-model (nor has the Church) but the carry the name "His people". At first glance they can do anything and they are 'exempted from punishment'.
The 1st error is that none of them will ever see hell. Before any gathering is started Jesus already has the keys to death and hell. If somebody from the 12 tribes commits a sin during the time just prior to His return (and the resurrection of the 12 tribes) they should be the 1st 'visitors' to hell.
Compared to 1,000 years it's a slap on the wrist.
With any luck this next part kicks in at the time of the resurrection.
Pick a subject that is happening today, Jews can kill a Gentile and still be alive for the 1,000 years, even the ones that can spend that little bit of time. What might cause them some extra pain is if that Gentile happens to be considered (by God) to be part of His Kingdom. All babies (birth till a certain age) belong to the Kingdom of God already as do many others.
Since Israel is already sentenced to the 1st death (the sign requires that everybody come out of the graves except a remnant) if there is any 'additional penalties' attached they are not exempt from said punishment.
These next few verses are their sentence to hell for the 1,000 years also.
Anybody the Bible says is 'blessed' is counted as being worthy.
Which is a manifest token of the righteous judgment of God,
that ye may be counted worthy of the kingdom of God,
for which ye also suffer:
Seeing it is a righteous thing with God to recompense tribulation to them that trouble you;
And to you who are troubled rest with us,
when the Lord Jesus shall be revealed from heaven with his mighty angels,
In flaming fire taking vengeance on them that know not God,
and that obey not the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ:
Who shall be punished with everlasting destruction from the presence of the Lord,
and from the glory of his power;
I would certainly like to see their expressions (insert long vivid description here)when that announcement is made to each and every one of them. I could care less how the conversation goes after that other than knowing it will be non-stop for the whole time.
(the equivalent of this for the Gentiles is if they happen to be associated with the armies from all Nations they not only miss out on the 1,000 years but they will be with Satan when that fire comes out of Heaven, rather than being in hell and being resurrect back to life at the GWT)
Now forget this post cause I want everyone of those pricks (and the rest of their kind) to pay as much as possible