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Always Obey the Law

As non-violent men of God, Israel United In Christ (IUIC) knows the importance of starting every day with prayer and exhortation of the Creator. And because following the Holy Scriptures is paramount in the Nation of Israel, every constituent Israelite vows to always obey the law: the laws of God, as well as the laws of the land.

Prohibition against Breaking Laws

The Nation, by and through Israel United In Christ (IUIC), maintains a strict prohibition against any involvement in unlawful activity of any kind. This policy may be enforced by immediate expulsion from IUIC and notifying proper authorities.

IUIC members congregated to study Holy Bible always begin with prayer
Forbidding Unlawful Retaliation against Libelous Persons and Organizations

False and defamatory statements, including but not limited to hate speech in the form of antiSemitic tropes and other racial slurs (i.e “Black Hebrew Israelites”, “Radical Hebrew Israelites”, etc.) can be hurtful. Nevertheless, IUIC members must decline retaliation and participation in such unlawful incitement of hate crime, in spite of the illegal actions of others.

Persons and organizations engaging in libelous activity against whom IUIC must lawfully defend its dignity may include: the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), and uninformed social media personalities. Permissible responses to libel includes: statement of the truth, and providing any available evidence or proof disproving false accusations of slandering antiSemites.

The Department of Law is aware of the unlawful attacks of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), and the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) upon Israel United In Christ and has already taken legal measures to deter further harassment.


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