This goes on through the whole damnation book. If one were to believe the book, Israel would be the whole world. No one outside Greater Israel (Nile to Euphrates is "Greater Israel") existed. Anyone wandering beyond those borders would have been left out, not only during the supposedly global flood but through the whole jesus crap story. They are so focused on warning "the whole world" between Nile and Euphrates that they don't give a f*** about everyone else. Suppose someone that is supposed to be warned migrates outside these boundaries. Are they damned?
Or is it that joke-hova simply gave the outside nations (representing the Gentile people) the "Seven Gentile Times"? And, once those ended (supposedly in 1914), Israel was supposed to run the whole world? That would account for the nations outside the boundary not being warned until global communication could be implemented, but it does not make right that joke-hova would destroy the Gentile Nations any more than it destroyed Philistine for not worshiping joke-hova or destroying Palestine today. The whole thing is a global home invasion, and joke-hova is the invader. Flood or none, joke-hova had no right to impede the function of natural law by throwing these temper tantrums to derail it.
And no, the whole flood story is as fake as the idea that we are damned for something one person supposedly did (real or fake), recent or ancient. The Original Sin is bogus, too. Why do we have infinite debt because joke-hova claimed that someone ate a piece of fruit that otherwise would have fallen to the ground and rotted? That story, along with the whole jesus story, is fake. And the stories of joke-hova blessing the tyrants (David, anyone) that ran the fictitious ancient Israel and produced a fake messiah that is intended to enslave the whole world. Prepare the masses to accept communism, condition them to accept infinite debt, prevent them from ever being free, threaten with damnation or the gulags if they try to default on these bogus debts--this is joke-hova at work.