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Nation of Islam Saviours Day 2015 in Chicago

Chicago, IL. (PRWEB) February 20, 2015

The Nation of Islams annual Saviours Day commemoration will be held this weekend in the Windy City and headquarters of the 85-year-old movement in America. The theme for this years keynote address to be delivered by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan is The Intensifying, Universal Cry for Justice.

His address will be delivered at Christ Universal Temple Sunday, Feb. 22, with doors opening at 12 noon and the program starting at 2 p.m. CST. Christ Universal Temple is located at 11901 S. Ashland in Chicago. Admission is free. The address will also be available live at http://www.noi.org.

Nation of Islam mosques and study groups will be celebrating the weekend with a variety of events, including workshops, marches and dinner as a weekend of informative workshops, spiritual renewal, fellowship and networking is enjoyed. In Chicago, childrens activities, a special Saturday workshop and dinner will be held.

Each year, the convention, often called the Crowning Event of Black History Month, marks the birth of the founder of the Nation of Islam, Master W. Fard Muhammad, who started teaching in Black Bottom Detroit in 1930, and commissioned the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad with the mission of raising Black people in America.

Working media only can register at http://www.finalcall.com/press.

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Black Muslims kept separatist views low-key in Orlando

They started by meeting in a small home in the Parramore neighborhood during the 1950s black men and women who converted from Christianity to a brand of Islam that emphasized self-respect, self-sufficiency and a strict code of morality. No smoking, no drinking, no extramarital sex.

They were low-key, but distinct: men with nice haircuts, always dressed in suits and ties.

Today, on the 50th anniversary of the death of Malcolm X, the Nation of Islam no longer exists in Orlando. But during the ’50s and ’60s, its members were active within Orlando’s black community and distinguished themselves by rejecting integration and desegregation in favor of separatism.

“A lot of white people agreed with what we were doing we talked separation, not integration,” said Abdul Rahman Muhammad, 84, who oversaw the state’s largest Nation of Islam temple in Miami, where the fighter Cassius Clay trained and later converted to the Nation of Islam as Muhammad Ali.

Over time, the number of Nation of Islam members in Orlando grew to about 200, enough to open a mosque in the Parramore district, said Vibert White, a University of Central Florida history professor who has spent three years researching the Nation of Islam in Florida.

“They come in under the shadows of the civil rights movement, and they are quiet,” White said. “They couldn’t be as outspoken as they were in New York or Chicago because they would get killed.”

Founded in 1930, the Nation of Islam rejected Christianity as the religion of white supremacy and created an ideology of black supremacy. Whites were portrayed as the incarnation of evil. Now under the leadership of Louis Farrakhan, the Nation of Islam is still considered a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Ala.

The Nation of Islam members living in Orlando practiced separation rather than confrontation, White said. They separated themselves from the white community and the black community that was protesting and demonstrating for civil rights.

“These people were peaceful. They worked among themselves,” White said. “They were more concerned with creating an ideology that was suited to their self-worth, nationalism and peaceful coexistence with the larger white community.”

Fifty years ago, the Nation of Islam was creating self-sustaining businesses independent from the larger white community. In other parts of Florida and the nation, they had farms, restaurants, grocery stores, publishing companies, trucking firms, schools and universities.

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Saviours’ Day 2015: The Intensifying, Universal Cry for Justice – Video



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The Intensifying, Universal Cry for Justice -Minister Louis Farrakhan – Video



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Echoes of Conspiracy

Five years ago, Thomas Hagan was paroled. He served 44 years for his part in the murder of black nationalist leader Malcolm X. Hagan, who at the time of the murder went by the name of Talmadge Hayer, is the only one of a trio of convicted assassins who ever publicly admitted to killing Malcolm, born Malcom Little and also known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz. Hagan bluntly said that he joined the assassination team because of Malcolms public attacks on the Nation of Islam.

Hagans explanation still doesnt satisfy many who see much more than a killing by a disaffected, misguided, rogue group of black assassins. Fifty years after Hagan and the others gunned down Malcolm on February 21, 1965 questions remain as to whether there was more to the killing than what Hagan said. A petition through the White House online petition site has been launched demanding that the federal government release all files on the Malcolm X assassination.

The point of this is twofold. One is to toss the spotlight back on the federal government to determine what extent, if any, the FBI and other police agencies were involved, either knowingly or tacitly, in the killing. The other is to force government transparency in its dealings with radical activists.

For now, the official answer is that Malcolms murder was a revenge killing for the bitter and contentious attacks he made on his former mentor and father figure, Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad. Louis Farrakhan, Muhammads successor, candidly admitted years later, There was not a Muslim who loved the Honorable Elijah Muhammad that did not want to kill Malcolm. Farrakhan at the time repeatedly lambasted Malcolm as a betrayer of the faith. Years later, though, Farrakhan attempted a public reconciliation with Betty Shabazz, Malcolms widow, and other family members.

Hagan and his known accomplices were indeed fanatic followers of Elijah Muhammad. But did they kill Malcolm out of robotic blind hatred? Were there others involved? And who stood to benefit the most from Malcolms death? Those are the tough questions that beg answers but remain shrouded in mystery.

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Nation of Islam Saviours Day 2015 in Chicago

Chicago, IL. (PRWEB) February 20, 2015 The Nation of Islams annual Saviours Day commemoration will be held this weekend in the Windy City and headquarters of the 85-year-old movement in America. The theme for this years keynote address to be delivered by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan is The Intensifying, Universal Cry for Justice. His address will be delivered at Christ Universal Temple Sunday, Feb. 22, with doors opening at 12 noon and the program starting at 2 p.m. CST. Christ Universal Temple is located at 11901 S. Ashland in Chicago. Admission is free. The address will also be available live at http://www.noi.org. Nation of Islam mosques and study groups will be celebrating the weekend with a variety of events, including workshops, marches and dinner as a weekend of informative workshops, spiritual renewal, fellowship and networking is enjoyed. In Chicago, childrens activities, a special Saturday workshop and dinner will be held. Each year, the convention, often called the Crowning Event of Black History Month, marks the birth of the founder of the Nation of Islam, Master W. Fard Muhammad, who started teaching in Black Bottom Detroit in 1930, and commissioned the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad with the mission of raising Black people in America. Working media only can register at http://www.finalcall.com/press.

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Black Muslims kept separatist views low-key in Orlando

They started by meeting in a small home in the Parramore neighborhood during the 1950s black men and women who converted from Christianity to a brand of Islam that emphasized self-respect, self-sufficiency and a strict code of morality. No smoking, no drinking, no extramarital sex. They were low-key, but distinct: men with nice haircuts, always dressed in suits and ties. Today, on the 50th anniversary of the death of Malcolm X, the Nation of Islam no longer exists in Orlando. But during the ’50s and ’60s, its members were active within Orlando’s black community and distinguished themselves by rejecting integration and desegregation in favor of separatism. “A lot of white people agreed with what we were doing we talked separation, not integration,” said Abdul Rahman Muhammad, 84, who oversaw the state’s largest Nation of Islam temple in Miami, where the fighter Cassius Clay trained and later converted to the Nation of Islam as Muhammad Ali. Over time, the number of Nation of Islam members in Orlando grew to about 200, enough to open a mosque in the Parramore district, said Vibert White, a University of Central Florida history professor who has spent three years researching the Nation of Islam in Florida. “They come in under the shadows of the civil rights movement, and they are quiet,” White said. “They couldn’t be as outspoken as they were in New York or Chicago because they would get killed.” Founded in 1930, the Nation of Islam rejected Christianity as the religion of white supremacy and created an ideology of black supremacy. Whites were portrayed as the incarnation of evil. Now under the leadership of Louis Farrakhan, the Nation of Islam is still considered a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Ala. The Nation of Islam members living in Orlando practiced separation rather than confrontation, White said. They separated themselves from the white community and the black community that was protesting and demonstrating for civil rights. “These people were peaceful. They worked among themselves,” White said. “They were more concerned with creating an ideology that was suited to their self-worth, nationalism and peaceful coexistence with the larger white community.” Fifty years ago, the Nation of Islam was creating self-sustaining businesses independent from the larger white community. In other parts of Florida and the nation, they had farms, restaurants, grocery stores, publishing companies, trucking firms, schools and universities.

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Saviours’ Day 2015: The Intensifying, Universal Cry for Justice – Video




Saviours' Day 2015: The Intensifying, Universal Cry for Justice To show your support, love and appreciation for the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan: Donate to the Saviours' Day Gift by clicking the link below: https://… By: New Mecca Media

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The Intensifying, Universal Cry for Justice -Minister Louis Farrakhan – Video




The Intensifying, Universal Cry for Justice -Minister Louis Farrakhan The Intensifying, Universal Cry for Justice is the title of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan's Saviours' Day 2015 keynote address set for Sunday Febr… By: The Final Call – Uncompromised News Perspectives

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Saviours’ Day 2015 in Buffalo, New York – Video




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Capitaine MGT Sandy Muhammad, Ministre Louis Farrakhan L'Etudiante Capitaine MGT Sandy Muhammad introduit le Ministre Louis Farrakhan en nous parlant de l'importance primordial de La Femme Noire dans la reconstru… By: Dernier Appel

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Echoes of Conspiracy

Five years ago, Thomas Hagan was paroled. He served 44 years for his part in the murder of black nationalist leader Malcolm X. Hagan, who at the time of the murder went by the name of Talmadge Hayer, is the only one of a trio of convicted assassins who ever publicly admitted to killing Malcolm, born Malcom Little and also known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz. Hagan bluntly said that he joined the assassination team because of Malcolms public attacks on the Nation of Islam. Hagans explanation still doesnt satisfy many who see much more than a killing by a disaffected, misguided, rogue group of black assassins. Fifty years after Hagan and the others gunned down Malcolm on February 21, 1965 questions remain as to whether there was more to the killing than what Hagan said. A petition through the White House online petition site has been launched demanding that the federal government release all files on the Malcolm X assassination. The point of this is twofold. One is to toss the spotlight back on the federal government to determine what extent, if any, the FBI and other police agencies were involved, either knowingly or tacitly, in the killing. The other is to force government transparency in its dealings with radical activists. For now, the official answer is that Malcolms murder was a revenge killing for the bitter and contentious attacks he made on his former mentor and father figure, Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad. Louis Farrakhan, Muhammads successor, candidly admitted years later, There was not a Muslim who loved the Honorable Elijah Muhammad that did not want to kill Malcolm. Farrakhan at the time repeatedly lambasted Malcolm as a betrayer of the faith. Years later, though, Farrakhan attempted a public reconciliation with Betty Shabazz, Malcolms widow, and other family members. Hagan and his known accomplices were indeed fanatic followers of Elijah Muhammad. But did they kill Malcolm out of robotic blind hatred? Were there others involved? And who stood to benefit the most from Malcolms death? Those are the tough questions that beg answers but remain shrouded in mystery.

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