By Askia Muhammad -Senior Editor-

World War III in slow motion?

WASHINGTON—United States military forces, joined by the United Kingdom and France, launched hundreds of military strikes against Syria, ostensibly to punish Syrian President Bashar Assad, for his alleged use of chemical weapons, a year after a similar attack last year. President Donald J. Trump quickly declared via Twitter: “Mission Accomplished.”

World War III is “happening in slow motion,” George Galloway, a former member of the British Parliament said on his Mother of All Talk Shows. “It appears we have a political leadership that’s in quite a hurry to get to Armageddon,” said Mr. Galloway.

Many observers contend that the alleged April 7 chemical weapons attack on Syrian civilians either did not happen, or was a “false flag” operation by forces made to appear to be loyal to the Syrian government, while in fact their intention was to justify U.S. air strikes against the Damascus government. » FULL STORY

Spying, targeting and arresting: The secret police war on Black activists

By Barrington M. Salmon -Contributing Writer-

WASHINGTON—Since 2014, the federal government and instruments of the state have been spying on Black activists who’ve been engaged in a palette of civil disobedience methods including marches, sit-ins, blocking highways and thoroughfares.


Legal troubles mount for a troubled president

By Askia Muhammad -Senior Editor-

WASHINGTON—As if President Donald J. Trump didn’t already have enough aggravating problems, he woke up April 9 to the news that F.B.I. agents out of the U.S. Attorney’s office in New York, had served search warrants on the home, office and hotel room of Michael Cohen, Mr. Trump’s private lawyer.


A lynching memorial and forgotten victims?

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

Until now, there has been no national memorial acknowledging the victims of racial terror lynchings. That changes April 26, when the National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Legacy Museum.


Black Women’s Expo offers inspiration, sisterhood

By Tariqah Shakir-Muhammad -The Final Call-

CHICAGO—Business owners, entrepreneurs and shoppers came together for this year’s Black Women’s Expo at the McCormick Place in early April.


Racist Rabbis: A Long Legacy Of Jewish Race-Haters

By The NOI Research Group

Blacks have been under the woefully false impression that among all Whites their best friends have historically been the Jews. But, as the good Chief Rabbi has indicated, their Cheshire smiles and glad-handing Black people conceal a deeply entrenched racial viciousness.


World War III in slow motion?

By Askia Muhammad -Senior Editor-

WASHINGTON—United States military forces, joined by the United Kingdom and France, launched hundreds of military strikes against Syria, ostensibly to punish Syrian President Bashar Assad, for his alleged use of chemical weapons, a year after a similar attack last year. President Donald J. Trump quickly declared via Twitter: “Mission Accomplished.”

World War III is “happening in slow motion,” George Galloway, a former member of the British Parliament said on his Mother of All Talk Shows. “It appears we have a political leadership that’s in quite a hurry to get to Armageddon,” said Mr. Galloway.

Many observers contend that the alleged April 7 chemical weapons attack on Syrian civilians either did not happen, or was a “false flag” operation by forces made to appear to be loyal to the Syrian government, while in fact their intention was to justify U.S. air strikes against the Damascus government.


Spying, targeting and arresting: The secret police war on Black activists

By Barrington M. Salmon -Contributing Writer-

WASHINGTON—Since 2014, the federal government and instruments of the state have been spying on Black activists who’ve been engaged in a palette of civil disobedience methods including marches, sit-ins, blocking highways and thoroughfares.


Legal troubles mount for a troubled president

By Askia Muhammad -Senior Editor-

WASHINGTON—As if President Donald J. Trump didn’t already have enough aggravating problems, he woke up April 9 to the news that F.B.I. agents out of the U.S. Attorney’s office in New York, had served search warrants on the home, office and hotel room of Michael Cohen, Mr. Trump’s private lawyer.


A lynching memorial and forgotten victims?

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

Until now, there has been no national memorial acknowledging the victims of racial terror lynchings. That changes April 26, when the National Memorial for Peace and Justice and the Legacy Museum.


Black Women’s Expo offers inspiration, sisterhood

By Tariqah Shakir-Muhammad -The Final Call-

CHICAGO—Business owners, entrepreneurs and shoppers came together for this year’s Black Women’s Expo at the McCormick Place in early April.


Protestors condemn Ghana-U.S. military deal

By Brian E. Muhammad -Staff Writer-

Demonstrators filled the streets of Accra, Ghana, protesting a decision by Parliament that ratified a Defense Cooperation Agreement with the United States.


African nations sign landmark continent-wide trade agreement

By Jehron Muhammad -Contributing Writer-

According to published reports, at least 44 African nations signed a landmark trade agreement to eliminate tariffs on “90 percent of all goods traded within the continent.”


Assassination of popular Black Brazilian activist sparks outrage

By Brian E. Muhammad -Staff Writer-

Tens of thousands of Brazilians flooded streets, protesting and mourning the death of Marielle Franco, a popular human rights activist and progressive councilwoman.


Keeping jewelry companies accountable

By Will Higginbotham

UNITED NATIONS (IPS)—How many people know where their gold and diamond jewelry come from? How many people consider the human cost of its production?


From lack of paid maternity leave to ‘hell’ of student debt, North Korea catalog of U.S. rights violations makes convincing case

By Jake Johnson -Staff Writer- CommonDreams.org

Just as U.S. President Donald Trump was preparing to lambast North Korea as "a menace that threatens our world"” in his State of the Union address, Pyongyang released a white paper that highlights America's "gross" human rights violations and deep inequities, from its failure to "embrace paid maternity leave" to its exorbitant health care costs.


Major toy retailer goes out of business

By AP

NEW YORK (AP)—The demise of Toys R Us will have a ripple effect on everything from toy makers to consumers to landlords.


Racism in car buying?

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

For two years Jason saved and worked on raising his credit score to buy the car of his dreams. He wanted a luxury sports car. He had a good job, money in the bank and the means of paying the note.


America’s Richest 1 Percent Owns 40 Percent Of Country’s Wealth—Study

By RT.com

America’s richest one percent own a whopping 40 percent of the country’s wealth, a new study has revealed. The finding marks a widening gap between rich and poor in the United States.


More Proof Economic Discrimination Exists And Persists

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

Contrary to the widespread beliefs that Blacks have “made it” and have overcome economic discrimination, recent data from three studies show those beliefs are wrong.


‘We Have Wealth, We’re Not Pooling Our Resources’

By Charlene Muhammad -National Correspondent-

An ever-accelerating racial wealth gap has Black families on track to see their median wealth hit zero in this lifetime, making it difficult or impossible to transfer wealth to the next generation, according to a new report.


Weapons Attacks In Syria And A Warning To The Warmongers

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

What would Syria have to gain by using chemical weapons to cause America to intervene militarily in her country as she is experiencing this terrible civil war? I think it is America and Europe that are tired of the civil war going on so long without definitive results in the favor of The West and Israel. » CONTINUE

SAY: YES! Take Me Back To the Place Where I First Believed

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Satan's job is to turn the faithful from being faithful saying yes—to start saying, "I wonder. Lord times are getting rougher. I thought I was going to find peace in the house of the Lord and Lord I—people started speaking ill of me." » CONTINUE

The Synagogue of Satan and Destroying the Right to 'Free Speech'

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

During this critical time, when “The Old World” is going out, and “The New World” is coming in, we must be acquainted with “the ruler of the old world that’s going out,” and we must get acquainted with “The New Ruler of The World that is coming in.” » CONTINUE

'Here I Stand,' Part II

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Look at the argument that Jesus is having with the Jews; it’s right in the Bible—and you haven’t paid attention to it. And look at you Christian: You don’t want Muslims in your church. “What that Muslim doing in our church?” But you bring the rabbi in there all the time. You have never asked the rabbi: “Rabbi: Why you don’t love Jesus?”
» CONTINUE

Minister Louis Farrakhan's Letter to Jewish Leaders and An Open Letter to Black Leadership

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

In light of controversy in the media and the public regarding Jewish leadership, some Black elected officials, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, we are reprinting two important letters. » CONTINUE

Exposing the Liar and His Lies

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Satan’s first deception is making God a “mystery.” In Chapter 1 of Message To The Blackman in America, under Part 1 of “Who Is That Mystery God?” on page 2, the Honorable Elijah Muhammad states: “If one teaches a thing [that] he himself does not know, he can be charged with lying to the people. The word ‘mystery,’ according to the English dictionaries, is something that has not been or cannot be—something beyond human comprehension. » CONTINUE

Minister Louis Farrakhan's Letter To ADL's Abraham Foxman

By FinalCall.com News

In light of controversy on social media, traditional media and in
the public regarding Jewish leadership, some Black elected offi cials, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, we are reprinting two important letters. » CONTINUE

Here I Stand

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Prophets don’t come because things are right. That’s like the sheriff visiting your house. What is he doing there? “Something is going on here,” that’s why the sherriff comes. Well, when God sends a prophet, it’s not because you’re doing right, it’s because you’re doing something wrong that has stirred the anger of God, and now the prophet wants to warn you and correct you. » CONTINUE

He Came That We May Have Life

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

So many of us today are steeped in religiosity that we lose spirituality. So many of us are bound in rituals that we have lost the truths to which the rituals are pointing us.  So Jesus was such a refreshing personality in the Roman society. The scriptures say that the poor heard him gladly. Anybody that the poor hear gladly concerns the rich, because the rich are rich because they are the bloodsuckers of the poor. » CONTINUE

The critical hour demands building a future for ourselves and our people

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

The Time for "marching" is over! We've done that, and we've accomplished a lot through "marches." Through the Million Man March, we proved that we can rise above our differences because The Cause for which we were rising was greater than the things that divided us. » CONTINUE