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Min. Farrakhan, the Mother Wheel and Fulfilment of Ezekiel’s Vision

What led to this event and what is to come out of it? The word “justified” in the New Oxford American Dictionary means: “Having, done for, or marked by a good or legitimate reason. Theology declared or made righteous in the sight of God.” ********* In the book titled Closing The Gap you can read: Especially, for this part of this book, I...

Prophecies in the Bible, prophecies in Ezekiel and teachings about The Wheel

I am updating this article with changes that I wrote in 2005 and was made public through The Final Call newspaper. I’ll explain why, next issue, Allah Willing. On July 4, 1930, on a Friday, in Detroit, Michigan, a Black man Who was so fair skinned, He easily passed as a Caucasian, began knocking on doors of Black people living...

The Wheel is REAL

I made that photo of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan that involves my article 100 percent. This involves the Honorable Elijah Muhammad when he first saw Minister Farrakhan. The Arizona Republic reads, “Detroit sinks under red ink.” Please, study the two photographs of Minister Farrakhan I took in Volume 32 Number 33, of The Final Call Newspaper and my reason...

Study guides are critical part of Master Fard Muhammads plan

The Honorable Elijah Muhammad wrote in Our Saviour Has Arrived: "The Black Man in America is not an example of the Original Black Man; for he has been used by his slave masters for four centuries in what we call experimentation. Through the experimentation by the wicked slavemasters who were made without love or mercy for Black people, they have...

Hypocrisy vs. Belief: The Final test of faith

“If you did not want to struggle, you should never have come. If you did not want misfortune, this is the wrong place for you. I don’t say suicide is a good way out, but if that’s what you wish to do, that’s up to you because you’re not willing to face difficulty, ‘Well, let me kill myself. Let...

The integrity of Allah and the purpose of suffering injustice

The word “attitude” generally means “a mental position with regard to a fact or state; a feeling or emotion toward a fact or state; state of mind.” The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan has made it clear, time and again that our attitude–in all circumstances–is a major factor in energizing us to do what we must do to properly relate to...

Understanding the parable of the wheat and the tare

This article was written on October 28, 2001 and appeared in this newspaper, Volume 21, Number 6, except this paragraph. The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan answered a question from me, for Closing The Gap back in May 2000, which in part reads: “If you did not want to struggle, you should never have come. If you did not want misfortune,...

The Lord looks at the heart

There are many signs that signify the arrival and physical presence of—The Great Mahdi—Who, according to the prophecies of the prophets, was to come at the end of this world. The scriptures contain these prophecies. The most profound sign that most clearly explains His physical Presence is the existence and spread of His wisdom that contains His explanation. That wisdom,...

The inner-view of Minister Farrakhan’s heart

“Jesus wept” (John 11:35) Some of the major news magazines have covers that are intended to focus the public’s attention on major subjects concerning Jesus. On the front cover of the current U.S. News & World Report (12/18/06) is an imaginary painting of mother Mary and baby Jesus. The other time when there is a proliferation of articles on varying aspects...

A special knowledge produces a special patience by Jabril Muhammad

“… but it was reasonable to expect them to ask themselves: how did Islam change those Arabs who responded to the call of the Prophet? How did they achieve such an unparalleled degree of discipline? Why did they attach greater value to enforcing the commands of the Prophet than to looting a wealthy city which had fallen to them...