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Nation Of Islam

Emad Alghweir May 8, 2013 Malcom X And The Nation Of Islam (Extra Credit) Malcom X was one of the most influential civil rights activists in American history. He was extremely unique in he’s speeches by combining harsh truths with flagrant and blunt criticism of not only the white man but also the system itself. The documentary, The Plain was through the memories and experiences of the men and women that were closest to El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz, also known as Malcolm X. the documentary...

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Nation of Islam

Student Name Professor Name Subject 8 May 2000 The Nation of Islam Historical basement Speaking about the civil rights movements in particular it is necessary to understand the subject’s definition clearly in whole. Civil rights movements appeared as political and social actions and organizations’ movements targeted on obtaining equal legal rights and responsibilities and exception of any sort of privileges based on the national, racial or religious characteristics. Civil rights movements...

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Origins of Islam in America

A00561828 Origins of Islam in America The history of Islam in America has made great strides over the last 900-1000 years. Starting in the 12th century and moving forward to the 19th century there were fewer notable accomplishments than in the twentieth century. Yet, they had a large effect on the shaping of today’s advancements in the recognition of Islam in our country today. As I will explain, the beginning events lead into larger movements that continued to grow the movement of Islam. In 1178, the...

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Growth of Islam In the U.S.

The Growth of Islam In the United States Islam is rapidly expanding in the United States. The growth of Islam in the United States is largely fueled by immigration. One- third of American Muslims are African- Americans who have converted to Islam during the last seventy years. Many of African- American leaders turned to the Islamic religion in some point in their life. Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X, and Louis Farrakhan were once Christian, but then turned to Islam latter on in life. Seeing...

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Hip Hop`S Influence on Islam

Assignment #3 The Islamic Roots of Hip Hop Culture In the following dissertation, some unfamiliar truths about hip hop`s interrelation and co-dependence with Islam will be uncovered and discussed incorporating well-known music paradigms and historical facts, in order to reveal the religions` influence and association with the genre of hip hop. There can be little doubt that hip hop music has evolved as a global phenomenon. It has become increasingly difficult to find countries, or even regional...

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Inside Islam notes

Video Notes: “Inside Islam” (The History Channel, 2002) Streaming segments c. 10 minutes each Part 1 of 9: Intro and basic facts: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hAjsu1ATrts Islam means Peace and Submission (The peace that comes from submission, the attention to God that comes from peace.) Allah Akbar means “God is great.” Sunni = 85% of Muslim population; Shia = 10%; Sufi less than 5% Islam is not only a religion of the Middle East: largest population of Muslims is in India. Largest Islamic...

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The Orientation Packet to the Nation of Islam

THE HONORABLE LOUIS FARRAKHAN 3-4 OFFICIALS OF THE MOSQUE 5-6 PRINCIPALS OF ISLAM 7-9 CHARITY DISCUSSION 10-11 OPENING AND CLOSING PRAYER 12-13 AIMS OF ISLAM 14 INTRODUCTION OF M.G.T. & G.C.C. 15 EXPRESSION OF A MUSLIM 16 STUDENTS CLASS CREED 17 POSSESSIONS OF A CIVILIZED WOMAN 18 FOODS WE EAT & DO NOT EAT 19-23 CONCLUSION 24 WELCOME TO THE NATION OF ISLAM As-Salaam-Alaikum, On behalf of Minister Louis Farrakhan CONGRATULATIONS...

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Malcolm X: A Biography

always believed that violence was occasionally reasonable. Even though he was put into prison in 1946 for burglary, and got out in 1952, he was still a very significantly important person. Malcolm X became very interested in the Nation of Islam. The Nation of Islam is based on conventional teachings, Black Nationalism, and self-help programs that helped the Blacks living in the ghettoes. He believed in and studied Elijah Muhammad, who was the leader of the Black Muslims and popularized their doctrines...

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His 135 1960's Dairy Entries

Entries Witness to the assassination of Malcolm X Malcolm X was a Muslim that became one of the greatest men that influential African Americans. One afternoon, on February 21, 1965 Malcolm X loss his life by the Nation of Islam. The questions surrounding the death of this puzzling and fearless man still trouble us. The Files of Malcolm X, reveals The Smoking Guns in the FBI reports, which was dated for February 22, 1965, the files declares that Malcolm X had 10 gun shots...

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The Principles of Leadership as Shown by Malcolm

principles of leadership. One such leader was Malcolm X, whose ability to influence others was said to be largely responsible for increasing the membership in the nation of Islam in America from five hundred in 1952 to twenty five thousand in the year 1965. Malcolm X has been widely considered the second most influential leader of the nation of Islam in America. Malcolm X exhibited principles such as knowing himself and seeking self improvement, he knew his people and looked out for the welfare, he set...

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