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The Noahide commandment against idolatry is very complicated (here), it constitutes many practices one might not think immediately applies to idolatry, such as practicing astrology, getting a tattoo, and reading non-Jewish holy books. Recently a Jewish writer accused the United Nations of practicing idolatry for putting up a display of the Arch of Palmyra, an artifact from the ancient city of Palmyra which the writer says was idolatrous. He also brings up that the Noahide laws "prohibit idolatry". Under Noahide Law, this accusation would lead to the beheading of those who put up the display.