Final Call
By Charlene Muhammad @sischarlene National Correspondent

Defending Min. Farrakhan and fighting the oppressor’s false charges

The Zionist Jews and their imps are at it again on social media and mainstream news with relentless, unfounded attacks against the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam.

During his Holy Day of Atonement message delivered Oct. 14 at the Aretha Franklin Amphitheater, the beloved Muslim and world leader confronted head-on those Whites and Jews who hate him and have deceived Blacks. » FULL STORY

The Kanye West controversy

By Barrington M. Salmon and Richard B. Muhammad

Some Blacks were repulsed at his supportive expressions of the president, and disgusted that Mr. West has tied his fortunes so closely to a man deemed a racist and overt supporter of White nationalists, as someone who has been assailed from Black Americans for his bigotry, his crassness and his need to belittle all around him.

Defending Kanye West

By Richard B. Muhammad -Editor-

Black Twitter was ablaze and much of Black America was enraged after a meeting between Kanye West and President Donald Trump in the Oval Office with critics blasting Yeezy as everything from a victim of bi-polar disease to a sell-out.

Memories, continued motivation to keep spirit, work of Million Man March alive

By Charlene Muhammad -National Correspondent-

DETROIT—Alverda Muhammad, a Nation of Islam pioneer from Muhammad Mosque No. 4 in Washington, D.C., facilitated a riveting dialogue with men and women who journeyed to the historic 1995 Million Man March called by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.

Honoring Our Mother and a Noble Servant

By Final Call News

—On a brisk and bright autumn afternoon family and loved ones of Mother Tynnetta Muhammad, wife of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad, gathered again to pay honor and respect to a woman whose indelible impact and influence on the heart and minds of men, women and children of the Nation of Islam and the world of Islamic culture and scholarship continues to reign.

An ‘amazing message’ delivered in Detroit

By Starla Muhammad and Katrina Muhammad

For the thousands of people that braved the slight chill in the air on a fall afternoon in Aretha Franklin Amphitheater on Oct. 14, many were warmed by the heart and spirit of a man who has worked tirelessly for decades to uplift Black and oppressed people in America and the world—the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan.

Minister Farrakhan issues challenge to Trump, White America and Black America in return to Detroit

By Askia Muhammad -Senior Editor-

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam embraced by Motor City for the Holy Day of Atonement observance and the 23rd anniversary of the Million Man March.

DETROIT—The 23rd anniversary of the Million Man March (MMM) and Holy Day of Atonement, with the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan at the Aretha Franklin Amphitheater here Oct. 14, was itself like another holy day.

And then, there was a miracle of sorts. The Weather Channel had predicted for two weeks that there would be rain in Detroit on Oct. 14. The temperature was a brisk 52 degrees Fahrenheit when the program began. When Min. Farrakhan entered the arena 45 minutes later, wearing a brown suit and gold bowtie, the temperature had increased to 54. The Minister assured the audience that “the God we serve is the master of climate and climate change,” promising that it would soon “heat up.”

The Kanye West controversy

By Barrington M. Salmon and Richard B. Muhammad

Some Blacks were repulsed at his supportive expressions of the president, and disgusted that Mr. West has tied his fortunes so closely to a man deemed a racist and overt supporter of White nationalists, as someone who has been assailed from Black Americans for his bigotry, his crassness and his need to belittle all around him.

Hurricane Michael and disasters lashing America

By Rhodesia Muhammad -Contributing Writer-

Researchers say there has been an increase in hurricane activity because climate change is making the oceans hotter, resulting in bigger hurricanes, more intense and longer-lasting hurricanes than in the past.

Struggle to free Mumia continues at Oct. 29 hearing

By Gregory Muhammad -Guest Columnist-

Mumia Abu-Jamal is a former Black Panther Party member and a MOVE supporter. A new court date is scheduled for October 29 for Mumia’s lawyers to present oral arguments that his new appeal right should be granted.

Campaign to save childhood home of Black Panther leader Fred Hampton

By Charlene Muhammad -National Correspondent-

A critical campaign to save and restore the childhood home of freedom fighter Chairman Fred Hampton of the Black Panther Party Illinois Chapter is underway.

Melania Trump’s Failed Opportunity To Address Plight Of Women

By Jehron Muhammad

Many Africans responding to first lady Melania Trump’s recent five day, four country tour of Africa, called it nothing more than a “photo op.”

Uproar Over Expulsion Of Famed Anti-Colonialist Professor


Recently, Zambian authorities roiled the nation’s waters by deporting an influential pan- Africanist professor before he could disembark at Kenneth Kaunda International Airport and before he could address a class of graduating university seniors on the topic: “Africa in the age of China’s Global Influence and Global Geodynamics.”

Ghanaian president proclaims 2019 ‘Year of Return’ of Blacks to Africa

By Jehron Muhammad

On the margins of the 73rd United Nations General Assembly, Ghana proclaimed 2019 as the “Year of Return,” extending a global invitation to the African Diaspora to journey back home to West Africa.

Africa seeks two permanent seats on United Nations Security Council

By Jehron Muhammad

The United Nations General Assembly convened recently in New York. With baited breath, many of the 130 heads of state were probably waiting for South Africa, newly elected to a non-permanent seat on the UN Security Council, to call for two permanent Security Council seats for Africa.

‘Shocking’ lack of Black teachers in British schools

By Trevon Muhammad

LONDON—A new BBC documentary has revealed there are just 26 Black teachers in Bristol’s secondary schools, despite it being one of the UK’s most diverse cities.

Working together at home and in business

By Janiah Adams -Contributing Writer-

Artiium Arbyummi was dissatisfied with the direction his life was going in. He had a web design company that he’d upheld for years, but still wasn’t where he wanted to be.

New bill introduced to crack down on bank overdraft fees

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

WASHINGTON—U.S. Senators Cory Booker (D-NJ) and Sherrod Brown (D-OH) recently introduced legislation, to crack down on exploitative overdraft fees that banks charge consumers when they make a purchase or pay a bill but don’t have sufficient funds in their account.

Black coffee shops pulling in the green

By Bryan Crawford -Contributing Writer-

The situation involving Rashon Nelson and Donte Robinson, two Black men arrested at a Philadelphia Starbucks for behaving like any other coffee shop patron would, outraged many in the Black community already fed up with the racial bias presently faced in daily life.

Legacy Men’s Boutique offers quality and service

By Tariqah Shakir- Muhammad -The Final Call-

CHICAGO— Not far from the Harold Washington Cultural Center on 44th and King Drive is an avenue of flourishing Black-owned business including restaurants, bakeries and an art gallery.

Falsehood Cannot Undermine the Power of Truth.

By the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

It seems as though that some of you are so upset by what I am saying, that you write disrespectful “tweets” and words, calling Louis Farrakhan: “Crazy Louie.” Of course, that is your prerogative to be cheap, and disrespectful, if that is what you feel. But I am in excellent company when you call me “crazy,” or a “mad man.”

When you refer to me as a “mad man” or as “crazy,” you put me in good company—in the company of The Prophets and Messengers of God who challenged the powers of their day with Truth. » CONTINUE

Holy Day of Atonement: Million Man March 23rd Anniversary Address in Detroit

By the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

I'm honored and we are honored by your presence. We are honored to be in this place and we call it hallowed ground: hallowed ground because Detroit was chosen by the Son of Man, God In Person, to visit this city to start what is now known as The Nation of Islam. He came alone, He came by Himself. He used many aliases, one of them was Fard Ali. Fard meaning alone, singular, by Himself.

It is written that God would come but He was seen as a man treading the winepress alone. The Bible said He would come as a thief in the night. And, it says that if the master of the house had known in what hour the thief would appear, he would not suffer his goods to be taken. » CONTINUE

The Intensifying Universal Cry for Justice

By the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

I am a student of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad. The Qur’an says “every nation has received a messenger”—and my beloved Muslim family believes that the final messenger is Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. But when Prophet Muhammad came, the Western world had not been discovered, America had not been founded, slavery had not begun, and the Native American people, who are the owners of this country, had not met an enemy that deprived them and us of life, liberty and the pursuit of their happiness.

America is in need of a divine messenger and a warner from God. America is in need of someone to help her to keep her from a destructive fall. » CONTINUE

Righteous Men and Women Ready To Rule

By the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

In the Name of Allah, the Beneficent, the Merciful, I bear witness to the Oneness of God, the Oneness of His prophetic community and the Oneness of His People. There have been many religions, many sages and wise men and each one that taught us, taught us something good. But what God demands today is not a religion that is truth mixed with falsehood, not a religion that is somewhat good, but this is the time that God would give us One Faith, One Lord, and One Baptism.

I, too, with my brother believe in Jesus, the Christ. We say Muhammad but Muhammad is an Arabic name which means “one worthy of praise and praised much.” Jesus is worthy of praise, not the Jesus that they taught us of. Sorry. I know you love him, and you have every right to love Jesus; but it’s time that you get to know Him. Not as a White man hanging on your wall but a Black man born from your loins and from your womb. » CONTINUE

Address to the American Clergy Leadership Conference

By the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

To my beloved brother, Rev. Cornelius C. Clark, who introduced me in a manner that brought tears to my eyes, gratitude to my heart for the beautiful expression of love for God and his Christ that you exemplified this morning.
The song was most appropriate.
And to my dear pastor, Rev. T.L. Barrett, I was not the least bit disturbed in Detroit at the Aretha Franklin funeral. I smiled for nine hours because those who saw the worst in others, I really saw the best in them. So I was not bothered by an apparent disrespect because my brother bishop he embraced me on that rostrum and ushered me to that seat and hugged me and we shared love between us. » CONTINUE

The Fall of America

By the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

We are in love with our former slave-masters and their children. When people say, “I love everybody,” that is foolish because Allah (God) does not love everybody. He said He loved Jacob but He hated Esau. So if God is our example and He can love and hate, then do not be afraid to love and do not be afraid to hate. If you love God, then you hate the things that God hates and you love the things that God loves.


The Fall of America

By the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

The leadership of President George Bush is disintegrating in front of the world. He is bringing America to ruin and enemies are rising against America all over the world because of the policies of the neoconservatives who rule Pres. Bush. He is not the power; he is the actor, while there is a power behind his office. » CONTINUE

Rethink The Old Slavemaster-Slave Relationship

By the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

The question to Black leadership is, can you depend on a benevolent White leader to look after our poor when the country is under such severe constraints? Black leadership must re-orient its thinking to self-help and then come up with creative solutions to our economic plight. We can, we will, we must help ourselves. » CONTINUE

What's Troubling America?

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

In America, we have millions today who are homeless. We have many more millions who are sick, imprisoned, impoverished and weak, and it appears as though the conservative element of the country is moving away from care for the poor, the weak, the helpless, and the children and catering to the desires of those that have. But it is the poor and the weak who built the country. » CONTINUE

Modern Slavery - America's Prison Industrial Complex

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

This land now boasts the highest incarceration rate in the world; it’s right here in the United States of America. … Did you know that inmates are contracted out to private industries to do telemarketing, manufacturing, agriculture and bill collection? » CONTINUE