And your Lord says: “Call on Me; I will answer your (Prayer): but those who are too arrogant to serve Me will surely find themselves in Hell–in humiliation!” Holy Quran, Yusuf Ali translation
The hypocrites seek to deceive Allah, but He will punish them for their deception. And when they stand up for Prayer, they stand lazily and to be seen of men, and they remember Allah but little Wavering between this and that, belonging neither to these nor to those. And he whom Allah causes to perish, for him thou shalt not find a way.
O ye who believe! Take not disbelievers for friends, in preference to believers. Do you mean to give Allah a manifest proof against yourselves?
The hypocrites shall surely be in the lowest depth of the Fire; and thou shalt find no helper for them, Except those who repent and amend and hold fast to Allah and are sincere in their obedience to Allah. These are among the believers. And Allah will soon bestow a great reward upon the believers.
Why should Allah punish you, if you are thankful and if you believe? And Allah is Appreciating, All-Knowing.
Allah likes not the uttering of unseemly speech in public, except on the part of one who is being wronged. Verily, Allah is All-Hearing, All-Knowing.
Whether you make public a good deed or conceal it, or pardon an evil, Allah is certainly the Effacer of sins, and is All-Powerful.
Surely, those who disbelieve in Allah and His Messengers and desire to make a distinction between Allah and His Messengers, and say, ‘We believe in some and disbelieve in others,’ and desire to take a way in between.
The Holy Qur’an 4:143-151 (Maulawi Sher Ali translation)
How does anyone handle the effects of being “wronged” for many, many years, by others? Is it part of that which qualifies us to be real “Believers,” which we can read about in the Holy Qur’an? If you say, “Yes.” Please read the next article, which involves the word “handle.”
Now, do you have the book titled Defending Farrakhan?
On the back page on this book we can read this: Who Are the Real Children of Israel?
“To all those who feel that the Children of Israel are over in that place they call Israel, you are mistaken. … It is time now that a proper dialogue be set up to answer the question that I’ve raised and answered. It is time for the scholars to sit down and listen to and look at scripture and prophecy to find out who is that last one that would usher in the kingdom and bring about the end of this present world!”
These words are the best reflection to this “problem.”
At the end of that book, on page 351, we read: “Minister Farrakhan targeted not Obama the frog but … . ” by Tingba Muhammad. I have quoted from various others in this book, who are followers of Minister Farrakhan. I intend to quote others in the next few articles. I’m also asking others to get this book and help spread it to others.
Many wicked people are involved in tricking others. Now, at the same time this is happening, Allah appeared in the Person of Master Fard Muhammad and then the Honorable Elijah Muhammad met Him and years later he met and then he taught the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, who is spreading the truth of it all over the earth.
All of this is happening in what is called, “the end of time,” which is about to end! The wicked can get more years. How do I know? Handle Minister Farrakhan’s words, very, very carefully–both Whites and Blacks, now!
Some people want to use me and “handle” my books now, which are “dead.” How do I know? I’m in the process of responding to that, now for the first time. Why do some refer to me as a scholar? What school did I go to? What was/were my studies and in what city? Who taught me what I know? Is the person living or dead? What happened that caused me to enter the Nation of Islam? Can we tell others, the above, without lying, and/or to make others see them as “big-shots” by using my life. I was/am only doing my duty which is the least for us to do.
We MUST study the words of Minister Farrakhan, deeper and clearly especially NOW. If you do not have that book, get it, study it and get knowledge.
Some years ago, when I was making a book, about 20 years ago, I’ve asked questions from Brother Akbar and then he told me this:
“Because Malcolm talked about how hard he worked in the Ministry, and how brothers had problems with him, and the Minister began to see what Malcolm was talking about. He said the same people who are my enemies or who are against me, will be against you.
“He (Minister Farrakhan) began to see that coming. That was laying in the back of his brain. And as he began to work, and his star began to rise, he began to see it more and more.
“And when he talked about, he would use the fact that he understood it, because he understood positive jealousy, he said, and so he doesn’t blame them.
“He doesn’t feel nothing against them; it’s just that they have what is called positive jealousy, and that they love their leader, and they think that anybody is blocking out any credit or light that should go to the leader, then these brothers rise up.
“He said that ‘I could understand them,’ but ‘I’m not what they would want me to be.’ ‘You know, I love my leader, a nd I’m not going to try to get no glory for myself, or take anything away from my leader.’ ”
I mean that’s the way he talked to me, which kept me on track. It was good. It was beautiful.
(I don’t doubt what Malcolm said to Minister Farrakhan, but he did know the future that involves Minister Farrakhan’s future that was written in the scriptures and Allah blessed me to see him deeper before … .)
Brother Akbar: Going into ‘64. Well, James Shabazz was placed over the New York Mosque as the minister, and he let Minister Farrakhan come in … then by 1965 when the Minister came to be the Minister in New York in May, I was a lieutenant or a secretary. Well, anyway I became his secretary at the Bronx Mosque.
Brother Jabril: You became his secretary?
Brother Akbar: I was his secretary. He wanted to get me back into teaching.
Brother Jabril: What did he say to you about that?
By this time, you had formed some impression of Minister Farrakhan but you’re not working directly with him.
Brother Akbar: No. I wasn’t working directly with him, by this time. But I was managing the restaurant, and then I was the secretary, after we moved up to the Bronx.
When our Mosque burned down, we opened up in the Bronx. We rented a place in the Bronx, and I was his secretary in the Bronx Mosque. So I was working very close with him then.
Brother Jabril: Now at some point, you became an assistant there.
Brother Akbar: In 1967 is when …
Brother Jabril: … part of that time you were still doing the restaurant …
Brother Akbar: And the secretarial work. Then in ‘67, I became his assistant, because the way it happened, one day he was going up to the Bronx to open up, and he asked me to come up and open up for him.
I put on my uniform, and I was going to open up, and Shah didn’t want me to do both, and so I made a decision that I would resign from the restaurant, and get back into teaching.
I went and got my job back as a salesman, and then I started teaching. I started assisting him as a minister in the Bronx first, and by the time we opened up Manhattan in ‘69, I was opening up for him, and by…
Brother Jabril: Between ‘67 and ‘69 you were working with him as an assistant?
Brother Akbar: Yes.
Brother Jabril: That’s in the city and sometimes out of the city
Brother Akbar: Yes, in the city. Well, I was assigned to Newburgh. I was teaching up in a little town called Newburgh, and then eventually from Newburgh I went to Corona, took over the Corona Mosque.
Brother Jabril: When did you take over the Corona Mosque?
Brother Akbar: I believe in 1968, because I was the secretary at the Corona Mosque. I was managing the restaurant and I was the secretary. Minister Farrakhan wasn’t in New York then. He didn’t come until that May.
Brother Jabril: Now, so you became the, I used the word … administrative assistant, what was it really?
Brother Akbar: Well, I like the administrative assistant, I was his assistant minister. OK. I was working with him since ‘65, but in ‘67 I actually got back in the ministry, and started assisting him directly because when he got there in ‘65, I was in the secretarial department.
Brother Jabril: Now, a few things. He got his name, ‘Farrakhan’ in 1965?
Brother Akbar: May of ‘65.
Brother Jabril: May of ‘65. And he got made National Spokesman, ‘67, ‘68, ‘69?
Brother Akbar: I think in ‘67, or … I thought it was … his title … It was ‘67?
Brother Jabril: … or beyond.
Brother Akbar: I got to look in my book.
Brother Jabril: So by the time he became National Spokesman, you were already the assistant minister?
Brother Akbar: That’s right.
Brother Jabril: Did you see any change in him? How did he handle it? What kind of comment did he make to you about that new position?
Brother Akbar: I don’t think he made any comment. He didn’t make any comment to me directly, other than, he always encouraged us to be good helpers. That was one of the Minister’s hallmarks: making helpers for the Messenger. “I got to make more helpers for my father.”
I mean that was his constant theme.
I’ve ended the above a few days ago. But now I’m asking you to study deeper the word: “Context.” It means “circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea, and in terms of which it can be fully understood and assessed; the part of something written or spoken that immediately precedes and follows a word or passage and clarify its meaning.”
All of us are IN the “end of time;” it’s ending NOW!
More next issue, Allah willing.