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Bureau of Moorish Affairs
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Here at the Washitaw-Choctaw Indian Band of Arizona Bureau of Moorish Affairs, we are guided and commanded by our core principles of love, truth, peace, freedom and justice. Inspired by the great GOD ALLAH, our Divine forefathers/mothers, all Divine chieftains, warriors, prophets and the prophet of these last days and times, The Honorable Noble Drew Ali.
As a tribal agency for the Washitaw-Choctaw Indian Tirbe (Muurs), the Bureau of Moorish Affairs (Washitaw-Choctaw Indian Band of Arizona) are the only tribal government agency in the United States of America that is focusing on truly uplifting humanity.
Our mission is to take our rightful place in the affairs of men, uplift humanity and to preserve the history and culture of the noble Washitaw-Choctaw Indian (Muurs) who existed since time immemorial on this American land prior to European colonization. The Washitaw-Choctaw Indians (Muurs) are an advanced civilization that has been identified as the ancient ones, the geophysical mound builders, Washitaw de Dugdahmoundyah and Choctaw Nation. Washitaw-Choctaw Indians (Muurs) are the original inhabitants occupying what is now the Southeastern United States ( Alabama, Florida, Mississippi, Louisiana, Tennessee, Oklahoma, Texas, Kentucky, Kansas etc) including Arizona. Around 2000 years ago the Washitaw-Choctaws Indian (Muurs) built a great mound (Nanih Waiya) loctaed in central Mississippi. The Washitaw-Choctaw coalesced as a people and developed a distinct political and geographical divisions: Eastern, Western and Southern. These distinct groups created independent alliances
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