Anglo-israelism

The British-Israel-World Federation was founded in London on 3 July 1919, although its roots can be traced back to the 19th century. At one time this organization enjoyed the patronage of members of the British establishment including HRH Princess Alice of Athlone, the Duke of Buccleuch, the Earl of Dysart, Lord Gisborough, and William Massey, the Prime Minister of New Zealand. Their current lord patron is Viscount Allenby of Meggido.

Background

The British-Israel-World Federation was born as a movement in the 19th century and federated in 1919 during the days when the "sun never set on the British Empire". From 1924, the organization maintained an office next to Buckingham Palace. In 1990, it moved to Putney on the Thames, but since 2003 has been based near Bishop Auckland in Co Durham.

British Israelism (also called Anglo-Israelism) is a doctrine based on the hypothesis that people of Western European descent, particularly those in Great Britain, are the direct lineal descendants of the Ten Lost Tribes of Israel. The doctrine often includes the tenet that the British Royal Family is directly descended from the line of King David.[1][2]

See also

References

External links

  • British-Israel-World Federation
  • Canadian British-Israel Association
  • British-Israel basics
  • Article on the subject
  • "Imperial British-Israelism: Justification for an Empire", a thesis by Gregory S. Neal, 1987
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