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Hell, high water and a struggle to survive
COLUMBIA, S.C.—The destruction of land, property and the interruption and loss of life came with what meteorologists characterized as the “storm of a lifetime” and worst hurricane in recent years.
But, placed in the social context of history and the southern states it touched, some asked if the onslaught of Hurricane Florence was divine judgement against America.

The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad, patriarch of the Nation of Islam, cautioned God is angry about America’s long and bloody history of injustice, persecution and oppression. In his pivotal book, “The Fall of America” published in 1973, Mr. Muhammad wrote God will deploy rain, hail, snow and earthquakes to chastise and break the power of America.

“We see them now covering all sides of America, as the Holy Qur’an prophesies curtailing on all her sides. And these judgments would push the people into the center of the country, and there they would realize that it is Allah (God) Who is bringing them and their country to a naught,” wrote Mr. Muhammad.


Memo to Alan Alan Dershowitz
You imply in your article that being on the stage with Mr. and Mrs. Clinton was the equivalent of “normalizing” Min. Farrakhan. Minister Farrakhan has been seen by hundreds of millions of people around the world, before he ever set foot in the Baptist Church in Detroit.

Welcome back Min. Farrakhan, we love you!
WASHINGTON—During a Men’s Day program at Union Temple Baptist Church honoring Minister Louis Farrakhan’s 60-plus years in service to Black people and the spirit of the Million Man March, speaker after speaker confirmed despite condemnation from the highest halls of White government and society: Minister Farrakhan is loved and welcome in Washington, D.C.

‘God is the only one in control of this’
With less than two months left in hurricane season, June 1 - Nov. 30, Hurricane Florence, the first major storm of 2018, made landfall in North Carolina on a Sept. 14 morning at 7:15 am CDT.

Poisonous Food and Water
If what we eat and drink keeps us alive, then we must be careful of what we eat and drink, because the same that keeps us alive can bring death to our life, as there are so many of us who do not know the kind of food and drink that we should eat and drink for long life.

Sickle cell disease, blood donation and charity
The month of September always brings celebrations from within the sickle cell community with awareness campaigns, fundraisers for more research and blood drives to mark the month of Sickle Cell Awareness.

Working together at home and in business
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.

White panic, White lies? Black death, Black pain in Dallas
DALLAS—Dallas and surrounding areas have been a hotbed of protests demanding murder charges be filed against a White Dallas police officer, Amber Guyger, for the fatal shooting of Botham Shem Jean, a young, Black man who was well-loved, admired and respected.

Serena under siege
LOS ANGELES—Black women sick and tired of being sick and tired of racism, abuse, and denigration rushed to the defense of tennis great Serena Williams depicted in a racist, vile cartoon by an Australian magazine after she was upset by Haitian and Japanese phenom Naomi Osaka during a U.S. Open finals match.

The ‘Case for Separation Tour’ builds momentum
MEMPHIS—Think on the thought. This was the exhortation by Student Minister Ava Muhammad, national spokesperson for the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and the Nation of Islam, at a recent town hall meeting at the African Place in Memphis addressing the topic “Should Blacks Consider Separation.”

Jury selected, opening statements begin in cop trial
CHICAGO—In what many are describing as one of the most important and closely monitored court cases in Chicago history, opening statements began in the trial of Chicago Police Officer Jason Van Dyke who was charged with murdering 17-year-old LaQuan McDonald (See Final Call Vol. 37, No. 50).

African Union pushing financial independence?
In explaining why four million Rwandan citizens petitioned Parliament demanding that Paul Kagame be able to run for a third term, I’ll just refer to words spoken by a prominent Democratic advisor for U.S. President Bill Clinton, who once said, “It’s the economy, stupid.”

Longtime activist battling cancer
PHILADELPHIA—According to Sue Africa, a spokesperson for MOVE in an interview with The Final Call, approximately two months ago Ramona Africa—the lone adult survivor of the group that survived a 1985 massive police operation resulting in a heinous bombing and subsequent fire—became ill.

Are worker protections under attack?
WASHINGTON—Being an American worker can be hazardous to your health with the failure by President Donald Trump to keep promises he made as a candidate to protect workers, according to a report released by Public Citizen.

No Stone Left Unturned: FOI Continue Spreading Truth in Major Cities
The streets of Baltimore and Chicago were rumbling with the sound of the Fruit of Islam, men of the Nation of Islam, spreading love and information through distribution of The Final Call newspaper. The FOI continue to represent integrity, discipline and love as they propagate Islam as taught by the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad through Minister Louis Farrakhan.

Macron admits systematic use of torture in Algeria war
France has admitted that it instigated a “system” that led to torture during Algeria’s independence war in the 1950s and 1960s as it comes to grips with its long-suppressed legacy of colonial crimes.

Brazil museum tallies up African antiquities lost in fire
(GIN)—A fast-moving fire that swept Brazil’s National Museum on Sept. 2 incinerated priceless objects and reduced hundreds of African antiquities to ash, museum officials are now saying.

Nation faced with rising suicides among young and old
(GIN)—South Africa’s rising suicide rate is in the spotlight as the World Health Organization marks World Suicide Prevention Day. According to the Men’s Foundation of South Africa, 450 men take their lives every month with four out of five deaths being the result of suicide.

Is turmoil in Nicaragua being fueled, instigated by U.S. government?
Nicaragua is still in turmoil and has been since Spring uprisings in the Central American country occurred stemming from policy changes in social security. According to reports, opposition groups, leaders and student groups organized demonstrations in the country that escalated into clashes with police and government forces.

Poll shows Palestinian mistrust of Trump runs deep
RAMALLAH, West Bank (AP)—Over 60 percent of Palestinians oppose resuming dialogue with the Trump administration after the U.S. cut hundreds of millions of dollars in aid, according to an opinion poll published Sept. 12.

System-wide failures to blame in Myanmar crisis
UNITED NATIONS (IPS)— After the release of a scathing report on Myanmar’s human rights violations, next steps to achieve accountability and justice remain elusive and uncertain.

Reviving the Spirit of the Million Man March
WASHINGTON—At Union Temple Baptist Church, men and women virtually relived the entire Million Man March in celebration of the church’s annual Men’s Day, and as a salute to the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, the march convener.

Four Great Judgments of America
To be plagued with too much rain will destroy property and lives. It swells the rivers and creeks. Too much rain floods cities and towns. Large bodies of water at the ocean shore lines will be made to swell with unusually high waves, dumping billions of tons of water over the now seashore line.

The Fall of America
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.


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