Is it allowed to murder (any human from anywhere with any race and any belief) to fulfill the prophecy of relocation of all Jews to Israel, gathered from the four corners of the earth (Deut. 30:3-4; Isa. 11:12, 27:12-13) ?
Details regarding different Jewish movements (especially Chabad) would be also very interesting.
I believe the Sixth Commandment is more important than anything else.
Edit: I'd like to know what is more important to believers. Do adherents of Judaism place more value on the Sixth Commandment, or do they place more value on the prophecy of relocation of Jews to Israel?
Maybe movements like Chabad weigh this differently. I'd like to know how movements emphasize this. So any information regarding movements would be appreciated.
Imagine a totally made up situation in which you have to make a choice: You could relocate all Jews to Israel by murdering one human being (who didn't attack you, and didn't do anything). What would you have to do in this imaginary situation according to Judaism in general, or according to any movement?
Edit2: I have changed 'kill ... to fulfill the prophecy ...' to 'murder ... to fulfill the prophecy ...'