Location, Location, LocationThe Israelite Church of God in Jesus Christ is a black supremacist sect headquartered in New York City. Obsessed with hatred for whites and Jews, the leaders of the Israelite Church had built 29 church branches by 2008 in Florida, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, New Jersey, North Carolina, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma and Oregon.The Chosen & ready to FightICGJC members believe that they are the descendants of the ancient Israelites and can espouse both Christian and Judaic ideologies. As explained by a member of the ICGJC community to TRAC, ICGJC believers consider that God made a mistake by choosing Jews; they were destined to be God's chosen ones. The reason for the mistake, is explained away because ICGJC members weren’t living righteous lives. Now they believe that they are living righteous lives, God will soon notice and make a new choice. However, ICGJC members have to be at the ready to fight…
Israelite Church of God in Jesus Christ (ICGJC)
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