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2013-04-12 16:23:05

Tilleraas exposes little-known facts about the Nation of Islam, Elijah Muhammad MAITLAND, Fla., April 12, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Curtis J. Tilleraas's new book, This Side of Paradise: The Religious World of Elijah Muhammad ($14.99, paperback, 978-1-62230-348-9; $7.49, e-book, 978-1-62230-630-5) carefully examines the 'religious world' of Elijah Muhammad, the man who created the theology of the Nation of Islam. The author expounds, "It is a theology that calls for the complete separation...

2012-03-09 15:17:00

SAN FRANCISCO, March 9, 2012 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Anti-Defamation League today expressed its deep disappointment over the decision of the annual University of California (UC) Afrikan-Black Coalition (ABC) Conference's student organizers to invite Minister Louis Farrakhan, the anti-Semitic, racist, and homophobic leader of the Nation of Islam, to deliver an address to them on March 10, 2012. The ABC is comprised of African-American students from across the entire...

2011-09-27 09:00:00

RALEIGH, N.C., Sept. 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Radical Islam is pursuing the souls of African American men. S.O.S Saving Our Sons: Confronting the Lure of Islam with Truth, Faith and Courage (Imani Books) urges the African American community to wake up and take action now. Consider these facts: Whether in their neighborhoods or prisons, African-American men are 150% more likely to convert to Islam than other Americans. One-third of African American men in prison convert to Islam during...

2008-10-18 15:00:02

The Rev. Louis Farrakhan says he is planning "a new beginning" for his Nation of Islam movement with the re-dedication of its Chicago mosque headquarters. Farrakhan, who met with local Chicago reporters this week in an outreach effort, says Sunday's Mosque Maryam re-dedication will symbolize his efforts to battle "mischaracterization" of the Nation of Islam as a militant group and to further open its membership to Caribbean blacks, Asians and Latinos. The "new beginning" for the Nation...

2006-03-27 17:03:58

HAVANA (Reuters) - Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan called for "regime change" in the United States on Monday and denounced "wicked" U.S. policies for turning the world against America. "We need a new government, we need regime change in America," he said at the end of a visit to Communist Cuba. Farrakhan, who led the Million Man March on the Washington Mall in 1995 to promote black self-reliance, said the Bush administration's domestic policies were "sucking the blood of the...

2006-03-20 20:09:47

HAVANA (Reuters) - Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan is visiting communist Cuba to learn about disaster relief, a visit prompted by the failure of the U.S. government to cope with Hurricane Katrina, he said on Monday. The controversial Nation of Islam leader, who is visiting Cuba for a week, criticized Washington for refusing a Cuban offer to send doctors after Katrina devastated New Orleans last August, flooding neighborhoods mainly populated by blacks and the impoverished....

2005-10-15 19:05:58

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan accused the federal government of "criminal neglect" for its slow response to the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, during a rally on Saturday marking the 10th anniversary of the Million Man March. Speaking to thousands of African-Americans gathered on the National Mall, he also urged minorities and the poor to work together to improve their lives. In his speech, the highlight of the daylong event, Farrakhan asked why the...

2005-10-15 15:22:51

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Thousands of African-Americans rallied on the National Mall on Saturday to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the Million Man March and kick off a new effort to mobilize help for each other. This year's march, known as the "Millions More Movement," was a stark contrast to 1995, when only black men were invited to participate to promote black self-reliance and responsibility. On Saturday, women and other minorities were invited, attended and spoke to the...