Muslim Leader W.D. Mohammed Dies!

Imam W.D. Mohammed, the son of Nation of Islam leader Elijah Muhammad, who moved thousands of blacks into mainstream Islam to become among the most important Muslim leaders in North America, died Tuesday. He was 74.

The Nation of Islam!

There is probably no other group in Black America that is viewed with more scorn from those who are outside of our community than The Nation of Islam. The vast majority of Black America may not totally agree with their religious views, but it would be difficult to negate their valiant efforts in the struggle for Black and African-American Issues!

Rev. Jeremiah Wright Speaks Out on His Relationship with Louis Farrakhan!

Rev. Jeremiah Wright Speaks Out on His Relationship with Louis Farrakhan! He was Senator Barack Obama’s Pastor was years. He is insightful in this clip!

Is the Black Male an Endangered Species?


Is the Black Male an Endangered Species? Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan believes that black men are headed for extinction! Read the except below and view the news link and gives us your opinions!

Entire Article: Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan offered a stern warning in Atlanta that the U.S. political climate is threatening to African-American men.

Farrakhan said Tuesday at a ceremony marking the 12th annual Holy Day of Atonement and the 12th anniversary of the Million Man March at the Boisfeuillet Jones Atlanta Civic Center that he believes black men may be headed for extinction, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported Wednesday.

“Politics and the racial environment is threatening the human family,” Farrakhan said. “But black males, in particular, are endangered. Our attitudes, our ignorance, our savagery are all lending to a plan — a conspiracy to make the black man, not endangered, but extinct… If God doesn’t intervene, we will be extinct.”

Ishmael Muhammad, the Nation’s national assistant minister, echoed Farrakhan’s statements and invoked the memory of the historic 1995 march on Washington.

“God made a call for black men to take a stand… (We) showed up for atonement and reconciliation,” Muhammad said. “We accepted 12 years ago the responsibility to be better men, better fathers and better husbands. It was a day never before experienced in our history.”