Open Letter to President of the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations

The Law Keepers
26 June
1996

Darryl Murphy
Browns Mills, NJ 08015

President of the Economic and Social Council
of the United Nations
135 East 67th Street
New York, NY 10021

I am writing to you because violations, of individual rights, are being committed under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, The Constitution of the State of Israel, and the Laws of the God of Israel.

The history of my ancestry is not one of surprises to any set of people, especially since I am a man of color, or black. My people were brought here as slaves and forced to give up all their customs and beliefs, and forced to live the life of a Christian or any other religion that was imposed on them. They were kidnaped from their homes and not knowing where exactly they came from. They stayed here in the United States of America, always telling their children that they are not from this country.

As I grew older, I studied the history of my people. And, I came to learn that not only was I not from the United States of America, but I also was not from the continent of Africa. I learned that I was from Israel and my nationality was that of an Israelite.

Once I learned the customs and traditions of my people, the Israelites, my family and I returned to our natural customs and way of life and started living our lives as directed by the Torah, the holy scripture, that the Lord God of Israel had established. And by this, my family and I are desiring to return and reside in Israel and become a citizen of that country.

So, what violations are being committed under the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?

Article 1: All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood;

Article 2: Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, color, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or under any other limitation of sovereignty;

Article 13: 1. Everyone has the right to freedom of movement and residence within the borders of each state. 2. Everyone has the right to leave any country, including his own, and to return to his country;

Article 15: 1. Everyone has the right to a nationality. 2. No one shall be arbitrarily deprived of his nationality nor denied the right to change his nationality; and

Article 18: Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.

Now I will explain how the State of Israel is violating individual rights through the listed articles above:

Ref Article 1: My ancestors were brought into and born into bondage. But I was born a free man in this nation and in the eyes of God. By my ancestors not having the capabilities to say, "I am not what you make me, I am what I am," no nation shall automatically assume we are Christians or another religion. My history says, I am an Israelite and on my word alone the Nation of Israel should accept me as that.

But instead, the Israeli government denies and refuses to accept me and other Hebrews, which according to the scripture, exist in the four corners of the earth (Isaiah 11:12). They refuse to let us live amongst them in the land of Israel. Of course there are exceptions, but they are in accordance with the Law of Return, a man made law, with no room for those who believe in strictly the Torah (Holy Scripture).

Whether if someone is born into the Nation of Israel or someone says I want to be part of the nation of Israel, the State of Israel is required by article 1 of the United Nations Universal Declaration to accept them as a brother and first and foremost by the Laws of God to accept them as part of Israel. Throughout the bible, the Lord God of Israel says, "one law should apply to the homeborn and the stranger," and no exceptions should be made. The Burmese Hebrews from India shouldn't be treated any different from the Hebrews from Ethiopia or from the United States. I see no spirit of brotherhood in this;

Ref Article 2: Although I may be entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, the State of Israel says because of who you and other Hebrews declare to be, we do not accept you. And for that matter, you can not be a part of Israel;

Ref Article13: The freedom of movement mentioned here in this article must have a different meaning to the State of Israel because the State of Israel interrogates all Jews, Hebrews, and Israelites if they are from any other place except Europe (Russia, Germany, Poland etc...). The State of Israel does not even interrogate the Christians and Muslims but they intensely interrogate the Jews, Hebrews, or Israelites from other countries except Europe. And if they don't like the answers to the questions that are asked and if you can't prove that you are there for a visit, they will deny you entrance. If this is due to national security, then they need to interrogate everyone, including the Jews from Europe. The State of Israel even says in the "Law of Return 5710-1950":

1. Every Jew has the right to come to this country as an oleh:

2(b) An oleh's visa shall be granted to every Jew who has expressed his desire to settle in Israel, unless the Minister of immigration is satisfied that the applicant

(1) is engaged in an activity directed against the Jewish people; or
(2) is likely to endanger public health or the security of the State

And amendment of section 1. In section 2(b) of the Law of Return
(3) is a person with a criminal past, likely to endanger the public
.

As for Section 2(b) (1) (2) (3), I am a Hebrew/Israelite. I am not engaged in an activity directed against the Jewish people, or likely to endanger public health or the security of the State, and nor do I have a criminal past.. Their is no reason for them to deny me entry into the Land of Israel.

The State of Israel says in the "Law of Return," which was adopted July 1950, "Every Jew has the right to come to this country as an oleh (a Jew immigrating)." In 1970, the States of Israel felt it was necessary to define what a "Jew" was as if to say that it wasn't clear in the Torah and drew up an Amendment defining what a "Jew" was. In Amendment No. 2 of the Law of Return, 5730-1970, addition of Sections 4B was added defining what a Jew is, which states: b. has become converted to Judaism and
c. who is not a member of another religion.

Section 4B is clearly a man-made law and is not constitutional with the Torah of God. Also, to show that it has no credence with the Torah, David Ben-Gurion, Prime Minister during the period of 1948-1953 and 1955-1963 said, "On December 3, 1958, I announced, ‘All the directions regarding the registration of the children of mixed marriages since the creation of the State are canceled and we stand before a clean slate.' Why did I had the words ‘since the creation of the State'? Because I found that even when the Minister of the Interior was of a ‘religious' party, things had been done with which I could not agree.

The question that has arisen concerns mixed marriages among us since the very beginning. If the people of Israel began with Abraham, then he was involved in a mixed marriage. Isaac brought his wife from Aram Naharayim and Jacob took four wives from Padan Aram. Moses took a wife from Midian and even an Ethiopian wife.

(Yacov Katz of Poali Agudat Israel interjected: ‘That was before we became a nation.' The prime Minister retorted: ‘We weren't a nation in the time of king Solomon?")

If a Jew was someone born of a Jewish mother, King Solomon and the lineage of King David would never have been part of the Nation of Israel because their mothers were from another nation.

For the Rabbinate to demand Israelite people, people who follow the laws of God literally, to go through a conversion into Judaism, it is an insult to the Most High God because the Creator of Heaven and Earth says, to be a part of the nation of Israel, you must be circumcised and follow the laws as they are written in the Torah. As you see here the Rabbinate, men who have appointed themselves wiser than God almighty and the Israeli government, have clearly added to and altered the laws of God, which makes it difficult for the Jews, Hebrews, and Israelites who follow the Torah literally to accept. Also, the Lord God of Israel said in the Bible (Torah), no one is to add to his laws or delete anything from his laws (Deuteronomy 12:32). If the State of Israel has no concern for the laws of the United Nations, they should at least have some concern for the laws of the God of Israel.

Ref Article 15: In the eyes of the State of Israel, my nationality and the nationality of other Hebrew Israelites are not what we've professed. The State of Israel says, In the "Nationality Law," 5712-1952, Part one: Acquisition of Nationality:
1. Israel nationality is acquired-

by return (returning to Israel)
by residence in Israel
by birth
by naturalization.
There shall be no Israel nationality save under this Law.

As I stated earlier in this letter, My people were brought here as slaves and forced to give up all their customs and beliefs, and forced to live the life of a Christian or any other religion that was imposed on them. They were kidnaped from their homes, and not knowing where exactly they came from, they stayed here in the United States of America, always telling their children that they are not from this country.

As I grew older, I studied the history of my people. And, I came to learn that not only was I not from the United States of America, but I also was not from the continent of Africa. I learned that I was from Israel and my nationality was that of an Israelite. By historical law and by Article 15, I have the right to say who I am and what nationality I want to hold. Also, if I had to go by the Nationality Law, then I would never have a nationality.

The one thing that is not being taken into consideration is there are Jews, Hebrews, and Israelites all over the world. Besides who are the Rabbinate and Israeli government to decide and define ones nationality; and

Ref Article 18: My religion, beliefs, and practices are no different from any of the people in the bible, or than what the Lord God of Israel has stated in the Torah. But if you were to take a close examination of what the European Jews have established, you would see that they profess the God of Israel, but have created their own laws, religion, and form of practice. They are not keeping to the Laws of God, as they are written in the Torah.

With what information I have provided in this letter, I do believe it warrants some sort of investigation by the United Nations.

Without going into a detailed explanation, the following is a list of laws from the Constitution of the State of Israel that are being violated:

Equality Before the Law and Non-Discrimination:
a. All persons are equal before the law,
b. No person shall be discriminated against on grounds of race, sex, ethnic affiliation, community, country of origin,
religion, outlook, personal or social status, political affiliation or
upon any other extraneous ground; and

Freedom of Religion and Conscience:
a. A person is entitled to freedom of religion and
conscience.

On 29 November 1947, the State of Israel said, in the Declaration of the Establishment of the State of Israel, "The State of Israel will be open for Jewish immigration and for the ingathering of the exiles; it will foster the development of the country for the benefit of all inhabitants; it will be based on freedom, justice and peace as envisaged by the prophets of Israel; it will ensure complete equality of social and political rights to all its inhabitants irrespective of religion, race or sex; it will guarantee freedom of religion, conscience, language, education and culture; it will safeguard the Holy places of all religions; and it will be faithful to the principles of the Charter of the United Nations."

In this letter, I have made some accusations that should not go unresolved. I ask you, as I exercise my right of article eight to please investigate this matter and bring it before a tribunal because the Israeli government is clearly in violation.

Also, the United Nations did say, "Everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration..."

Please send acknowledgment upon receiving this letter. I look forward to hearing from you regarding your investigation of this gross act of Human Right violations and exactly how this case will be determined.

Sincerely, Darryl Murphy

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