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Minister Farrakhan, social media and the awakening of the masses
Social media attacks on the truth and Nation of Islam Minister increase and raise questions about opposition to freedom of speech, free thought and Black self-determination.

Those who vehemently oppose the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan recognize the global impact he has and is having on the masses via an array of social media platforms and they won’t stop until his accounts are completely shut down.

“Zbigniew Brzezinski, who was a national security adviser, I think under Jimmy Carter, he said, ‘It’s easier to kill a million people than to control a million people.’ With the technology that’s now available: You and I are talking, and the words that we just spoke are on social media,” said Minister Farrakhan during a recent radio interview in St. Kitts.

“If it’s on Facebook, if it’s on Instagram, if it’s on Twitter, if it’s on any of the media outlets that this iPhone and smartphone, and the work of Steve Jobs and others have done, the whole world is at our fingertips in an instant. The control of the masses that has always been the purview of elites who control media and information that goes to the public—that’s over now!


10,000 Fearless Wants You!
Three years after Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan called for 10,000 Fearless men and women to make their communities safe and decent places to live, the call has been heeded but the work doesn’t focus simply on ending beefs and reducing violence. It includes food, clothing, advocating for the poor and underserved, and building businesses and bridges to serve people—even helping those hit by natural disasters.

One year marks brutal slaying of Muslim teen
One year after the high profile brutal killing of Muslim teen Nabra Hassanen during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan in Fairfax, Virginia, a suburb of Washington, D.C.; a Virginia judge recently approved the appointment of two brain experts to assess Darwin Martinez Torres’, 22, suitability for a death penalty trial scheduled for January 2019.

Safety and uncertainty rise on Korean Peninsula after summit
WASHINGTON—President Donald J. Trump was expecting accolades, a hero’s welcome, a Nobel Peace Prize even, for his historic summit in Singapore with the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea’s Leader Kim Jong-un. Instead he got a lukewarm reception when he returned home June 14, as North Korean state media claimed a PR victory for its side.

Celebrations, festivities mark the end of a holy month
Gratitude was the spirit of the Muslims that gathered, prayed and broke bread with one another, June 12 at the National Center, international headquarters of the Nation of Islam during the holy month of Ramadan.

A hobbled Puerto Rico braces for new hurricane season
Shortly after researchers from Harvard University’s T.H. Chan School of Public Health released findings of a months-long survey that an estimated 4,645 died in Puerto Rico in the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, grieving individuals and families trekked to the spacious marble-lined plaza in front of the island’s capitol building in San Juan.

Africa Watch - Mineral Wealth, Professionals Abroad and Honoring Winnie Mandela
Economic Freedom Fighters leader and member of Parliament Julius Malema says former South African president Jacob Zuma would still be president if his party hadn’t waged a campaign against Zuma’s administration.

Justice for Thana Muhammad
CHICAGO—The brutal killing of 81-year-old Thana Muhammad in her home of 40 years drew anger, shock and calls for community involvement and healing to help solve the heinous murder.

The Dissatisfied
We are living in the time when dissatisfaction is 100 percent throughout the world of man and mankind. Therefore we are living among the dissatisfied persons, daily and nightly.

Seventeen million with the two million Indians
How many followers of the Honorable Elijah Muhammad have really thought deep enough into this reference to the Indians? How many Indians lived in what is called America when the white man came here and began killing them off?

Talking Crystals, Radio in the Head—Attuning to the Telepathic Voice Within
The Western world and its systems has strayed away from the positively charged frequencies of the brain and its force field and is inclined in the opposite direction of complete harmony and good.

Honoring the life of 'the people’s attorney'
A testimony of the impact of attorney Lewis Myers Jr. was demonstrated in the breadth of the community at his recent memorial service at Christ Universal Church on the city’s far south side. From the streets to the suites, all who attended the near three-hour service expressed gratitude.

The Time is Now To Serve Your Own
We must change the thinking, for the scripture teaches “As a man thinketh, so is he.” This is telling you The Power of Thought. Thought shapes and reshapes matter, so the Honorable Elijah Muhammad was not just interested in getting you to eat properly, he wanted to change the way we think. In changing the way we think, he will then change the way we act.

An evening to honor a son, a father, a brother, a friend
CHICAGO—On Friday evening June 8, the gymnasium of Muhammad University of Islam on the grounds of Mosque Maryam was transformed into a beautiful room for several hundred family and friends gathered for the repast that followed the funeral of Louis E. Farrakhan, Jr.

Fatherhood, knowledge, redemption and Black men: We can make it if we try
CHICAGO—Black men face a number of negative stigmas that they are always in a constant and perpetual struggle to overcome. But none can be more hurtful and damaging than being stigmatized as a criminal due to having been sent to jail or prison.

Lewis Meyers, Jr.: The Peoples' Attorney
Memorial services for attorney Lewis Myers, Jr., were held at Christ Universal Church on the city’s far South Side. Speaker after speaker spoke of his brilliance, his fearlessness and his devotion to the movement for the liberation of Black people.

Racism may hit finances of U.S. companies, but does that make a difference?
On occasion, overt racists like Roseanne Barr get punished following public outrage and pay a cost for their ignorance. Or you will see an incident such as the one that occurred at a Philadelphia Starbucks when two innocent Black men were arrested while waiting for a colleague without buying something.

The Sweetness Of The Life And The Gift Of Louis Farrakhan, Jr.
One of the most beautiful things about the religion of Islam is that it offers to all who accept it security, it gives them peace and contentment of mind. Louis, Jr., brought us all together today. I wanted to personally thank all of you for the kind of love that you showed to Louis, Jr., his family, Mother Khadijah Farrakhan and me.

Prayer in Islam
Surely the best way to strive to be upright in a sinful world is to pray continuously to the One True God, whose proper name is Allah, for guidance. As we are generally sinful and easily yield to temptations, it is only fitting to keep up prayer.

What will be America's final choice?
I ended my last article with these words: “The Bible condemns us for violating the ‘Golden Rule.’ In fact, the Honorable Elijah Muhammad told me, in 1956, that if that rule were obeyed, there would be no need for a po­lice force. Naturally, we want such a force to be just, too.”

Let Us Rush to Obey the Call of God
If we are heeding the call of Allah, we are heeding His call purely by answering our original nature, the nature in which Allah has created us. For when Allah calls, it is in our nature to answer that call.

Remembering Louis Farrakhan, Jr. - Brother, Believer, Father, Friend, Soldier
The Nation, family and friends remember the life and contribution of Louis Farrakhan, Jr.

Africa Watch
The recent continent-wide celebration of Africa, called Africa Day, not only paid homage to the forming of the Organization of African Unity, but also celebrated the diversity of Africa and its one billion inhabitants, making it the Earth’s second most populous continent.

Louis Farrakhan, Jr., eldest son of Minister Farrakhan, passes in Phoenix
CHICAGO—The Nation of Islam, with deep sadness, announced the recent passing of Brother Louis Farrakhan, Jr., the eldest son of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and Mother Khadijah Farrakhan.
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