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Hashem says that if we walk in His statutes, keep His mitzvoth and do them, then we will have plenty to eat, live in prosperity and security. On the contrary, if we do not follow His mitzvoth, we will be decimated and, for the most part, be banished from the Land. How do you interpret this statement? Is Hashem saying that each and everyone must keep His Mitzvoth for us to qualify for the prosperity He describes? Or is He saying that most people must do so? Is the implication that those who obey will be rewarded and those who don't will be punished? For us to avoid being destroyed by our enemies and being banished from the Land, are we each responsible only for our own conduct, or for everyone's? If we are responsible for everyone's behavior, must we have a religious police state similar to Iran?