Territory

Territory

Genesis 15 18-21 “ On that day the Lord made a covenant with Abram and said, “To your descendants I give this land, from the River of Egypt to the great river, the Euphrates—  the land of the Kenites, Kenizzites, Kadmonites, Hittites, Perizzites, Rephaites, Amorites, Canaanites, Girgashites and Jebusites.” This land today includes the State of Israel, Palestine, Lebanon, and Jordan, as well as part of Turkey, Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, and Sudan.

Our vision for the holy land is a globalized center of trade, commerce, and communications open to people of all faiths and cultures. This is the center of civilization, we believe a land belonging to all of humanity. We will not add to the conflict in this region but rather work with other nations towards peaceful unification.

The holy land is currently divided between ten countries but a small area of land laying between Egypt and Sudan is unclaimed. The 2,060 square kilometer piece of desert, known as Bir Tawil, has been of interest to several micronations as it is the world’s last piece of unclaimed habitable land. A border dispute between Egypt and Sudan, has the results that neither country can claim Bir Tawil without giving up their claim to the Hala’ib Triangle.

Falling within the territory between the Nile and the Euphrates, and being unclaimed by any of the nations in the region, King Moeller has claimed Bir Tawil for the Kingdom of Israel. It is the start of our Kingdom, the contemporary reestablished Kingdom of Israel. Other micronations have claimed this land but none have been formally recognized and Bir Tawil has remained ‘tarra nulius’.

Diaspora communities are communities created by citizens of the Kingdom of Israel living throughout the world. As many of our citizens live globally, the Kingdom of Israel encourages the creation of diaspora communities in connection with our growing network of local and regional consulates.

The State of Israel was formed in 1948 and became a full member of the United Nations. Some have questioned the legality of Israel’s existence since it was founded on land that was already occupied, through the forced exile of people from their homes. Palestine existed prior to the creation of Israel but has never attained full recognition or U.N. membership and has been under a military occupation by Israel since 1967.

We believe in a united Israel where Jews and Palestinians live under one government. This we see as the first step in greater regional unification, similar to the European Union. Like the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989, which signaled the end of the Cold War and allowed for the unification of East and West Germany, the wall dividing Israel and Palestine will come down and Jerusalem will once again become a city of many faiths. As the birthplace of Judaism and Christianity, as well a city sacred to Islam and other religions, Jerusalem is a city sacred to the world.

Bir Tawil is the beginning of our Kingdom but we also envision Jerusalem as a city of the world, a United Palestine and Israel, and a United Middle East including the Kingdom of Israel, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, Syria, Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Sudan, South Sudan, Eritria, Djibouti, Ethiopia, Yemen, Oman, Quatar, Bahrain, and Kuwait. Our vision is of a globalized, culturally rich, unified region serving as a hub for global shipping, commerce and trade.