The Holy Kingdom of Judah has applied for full membership at the United Nations, a motion that may succeed due to the growing support of the citizens of The United States and other countries.
After decades of genocide, forced migration, dispossession and foreign governmental occupation, it was with great jubilation on 30 September 2016, the Tribe of Judah declared the Spiritual Statehood of The Holy Kingdom of Judah in exercise of the people of Judah’s inalienable right to self-determination. This is a natural, historical, and legal right for the People of Judah. Statehood and its declaration is also a sovereign right of all nations, as stipulated in international law. On the 5th of May 2020 the United Nations accepted for review by the Secretary General The Holy Kingdom of Judah’s application for full membership.
As is customary in his address to the Secretary General The King of Judah affirmed a commitment to peaceful negotiations on all legal issues including restoration of The Judaic Kingdom, refugees, settlements, borders, security and water.
At this juncture, the people of Judah are appealing to the United Nations that “sympathetic consideration” be given to the application of The Holy Kingdom of Judah for admission to the United Nations.
Co-Chairman of the King’s Committee of the Judah Restoration Organization Prince Zayhlan I on Thursday stated in an interview “This is more than merely a symbolic step. The Leadership of The Holy Kingdom of Judah is focusing on building a better and more hopeful future for the people of Judah and our global neighbors. This is a great and historical season. The inclusion of The Holy Kingdom of Judah in The United Nations will be a giant step towards laying a framework capable of establishing world peace and global cooperation”.
At least nine countries would have to vote in favor of granting The Holy Kingdom of Judah full membership.
While the General Assembly cannot alone grant UN membership to states, it can grant “permanent observer” status—something never mentioned in the Charter but now accepted by long practice. Currently the Vatican has the status of being the sole “non-member state” that is a permanent observer. While the Vatican alone holds this status today, in the past Switzerland, Austria, Finland, Italy, and Japan have held it before becoming full members of the UN. The General Assembly has the ability to accord that “non-member state permanent observer” status to the The Holy Kingdom of Judah.
The Security Council has not yet released the date the vote is expected to take place.