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SAVIOURS' DAY 2000 SPECIAL EDITION

70 year Commemoration of The Nation of Islam in North America

Saviours' Day 2000:
A Family Reunion

This special edition is published to commemorate Saviours’ Day 2000, an historic event marked by the union of Minister Louis Farrakhan, Imam W. Deen Mohammed, the family of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad and those whom he raised in the establishment of the Nation of Islam in North America during his 44 years of labor. This feature also commemorates the unity of Muslims demonstrated during the 2nd International Islamic Conference held Feb. 24-27 at the McCormick Center in Chicago. May Allah  bless this unity to grow, prosper and spread throughout humanity to establish peace and the Kingdom of God. more  A Man Who Raised A Nation


Mother Clara Muhammad:
An example of Black womanhood

In the 1930s and '40s, few Black women ventured off the path dictated by their first slave master's children.  The behavior, conduct and demeanor of Black women was more than predictable. And then out of the wilderness of North America came Mother Clara Muhammad, the late wife of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad, and together they established the Nation of Islam in America.
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Imam W. Deen Mohammed:
Son of Hon. Elijah Muhammad spreads message of Islam
The birth of Imam W. Deen Mohammed, Muslim American Spokesman, on Oct. 30, 1933 was a special event in suburban Detroit in the home of Elijah and Clara (Evans) Muhammad. He was the seventh child of eight children and fifth of six sons in the family. He was the first child who was born a Muslim. At a young age his parents gave him the Holy Quran, the Islamic Holy Scripture. “The book that the so-called American Negroes should own and read, the book that the slave-masters have, but have not represented it to their slaves, is a book that will heal their sin-sick souls,” the Hon. Elijah Muhammad taught his son and all of his followers about the “Glorious Quran.”
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Malcolm X: Muhammad makes a giant
Malcolm X (1925-1965) enrolled in the Nation of Islam in 1947 while an inmate in jail and later rose to become national spokesman of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. His father was a “Garveyite Baptist preacher” and his family later moved from Nebraska to Michigan.  After the assassination by whites of his father in Lansing, his mother took ill and the children were placed in foster-care.  Subsequently, he moved in with relatives in Boston and later moved on to New York City where entered a life of crime, ending up in jail in 1946. 
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Impact of a Nation
on 20th century America

Muhammad Speaks---A trailblazer in the newspaper industry

The Final Call: Continuing a tradition

What others have said

MUHAMMAD ALI: Muhammad's freedom fighter

Mother Khadijah Farrakhan:
A beloved First Lady


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"He will carry you across the river on his shoulders"
Farrakhan continues Hon. Elijah Muhammad's mission
As Black America enters into the new millennium, no other mass movement has impacted upon the world scene like the Nation of Islam.  Its message of moral and spiritual renewal, self-improvement, economic responsibility and political empowerment has electrified a wide cross-section of Black people all over the world.  Over the last 20 years, no other leader has addressed the pressing issues of the day facing the descendants of slaves as has the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.


See Minister Louis Farrakhan's Saviours' Day 2000 Address
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