Kidnapped Victims Shown to Moshe Rabbeinu/Yaakov Avinu?
Last chapter of Devarim:
וְאֵת, כָּל-נַפְתָּלִי, וְאֶת-אֶרֶץ אֶפְרַיִם, וּמְנַשֶּׁה; וְאֵת כָּל-אֶרֶץ יְהוּדָה, עַד הַיָּם הָאַחֲרוֹן.
When Moshe Rabbeinu went up to Har Nevo, perhaps we can say that Hashem showed Moshe:
2) Eyal (אייל plus the letters = דן plus the Kollel)
...along with everything that occurs until the end of days (ים האחרון is read as יום האחרון), as Rashi explains there (and elaborated upon by Targum Yonatan). Perhaps, the "עד" is reference to 5774 תשע"ד.
(Also, perhaps, the reference to Ephraim, Menashe, and Yehuda in that verse is a reference to MBY, the Mashiah from Menashe, and MBD. If so, this would mean that the entire verse refers to things occurring at the very end of time before the Geula.)
For a perhaps clearer reference to Eyal, we see him compared to Naftali in the blessings given by Yaakov Avinu to the tribes, which are End of Days prophecies (Bereishit 49:21):
Also, in Melachim Bet 15:29, we find Gil-ad and Naftali sent to exile:
And the spelling of the name גיל-עד seems to hint to the year of תשע"ד. Perhaps, his name is hinting to us that something known worldwide will occur to him "When the century is Age 74 years".
May we very soon see אליהו הגלעדי to herald in the Mashiah who will help bring these boys back to us, but if we are not worthy for that, may we at least be worthy that these boys quickly return to their homes safely regardless, Amen.