I do not wish to be dogmatic about this, but it appears to me that the Two Witnesses proclaim the Gospel for the first half of the seven-year Tribulation, are killed, resurrected, and are then "Raptured"(Rev. 11:3-12). Since the whole world rejoiced at their death (11:9-10), I believe the Jews, still living under the false peace covenant (Dan. 9:27), celebrate as well. After all, the Two Witnesses obviously preach Christ (11:3-4). In addition to the Two Witnesses, there are the 144,000 (7:4-8), who are apparently martyred for their faith by the Antichrist during the first half of the Tribulation (14:1-5). And, it is immediately after this that Satan is cast down (12:9-12), and he begins the attack on Israel (12:13-17).
Following the Tribulation, which ended with the return of Christ (19:1-21), the Lord fulfills the promised Messianic Covenant by ruling as the King of Israel during the Millennium (20:1-10). The next event, following Christ's 1000 year rule, will be the Great White Throne Judgment, where all mankind will be judged based upon the "books" (20:11-14). I believe this refers to God's revelation to man, the Bible, and all of humanity, being sinners, are sentenced to death (Rom. 6:23a). Praise God! There is another book, "the Lamb's Book of Life" (Phil. 4:3; Rev. 3:5, 8; 17:8; 20:12, 15; 21:27; 22:19). In it are recorded the names of those who placed their faith in Jesus Christ, and who have accepted the gift of eternal life (Rom. 6:23b)! Chapters 21 - 22 describe our life shared with God for all eternity!
Revelation is a great book, but it is the Lamb's Book that counts!