Young women of the Nation of presented an online program for women and girls on June 26. Photo: Courtesy of iDENY

To be a woman is not to be a lightweight creature. To be a woman is to be one of the greatest representatives of the nature of God Himself; that there is in creation.” 

The above quote from the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan, from “How To Give Birth to A God, Part 1,” stresses the importance of a woman’s value and why her protection is the greatest priority. Recently, young women of the Nation of Islam’s Muslim Girls Training and General Civilization Class (M.G.T. and G.C.C.) presented an online program for women and girls. 

Hosted by iDENY, the program was titled, “The Sacred Duty to Guard Our Chastity: A Matter of National Security.” It was held June 5 and featured special guest speaker Sister Aaniyah Muhammad of Miami. Women across the U.S., as well as internationally, tuned in to hear a divine message from young N.O.I. sisters based on the Teachings of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad as taught and exemplified by the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. 

This special event was another presentation of a series of iDENY events made available to women of all ages to discuss the importance of being chaste and how women in Islam are the most important work for the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Nation, according to Minister Farrakhan. 


iDENY is dedicated to inspiring women, showcasing modesty, promoting chastity and empowering them to rise into the god that they have the potential to be. As a woman, you deserve respect, love and are worthy of respect and love. According to the iDENY mission statement: “You are valuable. You are a god.”

iDENY hosts included Sister Nyah Muhammad, Chicago; Sister Madinah Muhammad, Chicago; Sister Sabbath Muhammad, College Park, Ga; Sister Ameerah Muhammad, Waxahachie, Texas; Sister Annura Muhammad, Chicago and and Sister Kim Muhammad of North Carolina who provided sign language interpretation during the program.  

Minister Farrakhan expressed his desire for the M.G.T. and G.C.C. Vanguard (women and girls ages 15-35) to continue using social media as a tool to encourage, uplift, and empower women and girls in the way of righteousness, purity, dignity, self-respect, self-love, and high civilization.

“Anything that corrupts the woman, anything that makes an improper use of women is destructive to the national aim of God and His Christ because their aim is that we must become a new people—a new creature,” Minister Farrakhan said in his message,“A New Mind, A New Woman,” from 1998.

“And we can never become a new people and new creatures unless we have a new woman. And we cannot have a new woman without a new mind in that woman. And that mind that is being offered to the woman is the mind of God, Himself. The question isn’t if that mind is offered to us in and through our M.G.T. and G.C.C. Class. The question is, do we accept that mind in our personal and daily lives?” the Minister added.

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