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The reason for the season Master W. Fard Muhammad and the fulfillment of Divine Prophecy

We have been blessed by Allah (God) to have lived another year that we might celebrate and express our deep and profound gratitude for the most significant event in at least 66 trillion years! The Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad has taught us that for trillions of years, people worshipped their own ideas of God, but the true reality of God...

Activists link Palestine’s water crisis to Milwaukee’s clean water problem

MILWAUKEE—Defining access to clean drinking water as a human right, a coalition of grassroots organizations recently held a “Water is Life” townhall meeting to explain the crisis of lead contamination in Milwaukee’s Black, Brown, and working-class communities. The February 3 event demonstrated a relationship between what activists called “water apartheid” in the Occupied Territories of Gaza and the West...

Imam Qasim Amin Nathari recognized for  30 years of activism, scholarship and leadership

by Yaminah Muhammad NEWARK—For many who serve the community, the righteous recognition of the fruits of their labor at times only comes after they are gone. However, for the family, friends and peers of Imam Qasim Amin Nathari, allowing him to reap said fruits of his labor was a must. After over 30 years of community service, dozens gathered in the...

Minister Farrakhan honored with Personal Power University’s Blue Heart Award

CHICAGO—Personal Power University (PPU) bestowed the Blue Heart Award upon the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan during the Night of Power Awards. Rhona Bennett, a member of the award-winning music group En Vogue and co-founder of PPU, expressed the significance of the Blue Heart Award, which was designed to honor those who represent the essence of the PPU community, embodying love,...

‘Woe to America’ California reeling from destructive ‘atmospheric’ storm  

In a matter of five days, back-to-back atmospheric rivers drenched California in rain, snow, over 100 mph winds, and hail, claiming nine lives and causing approximately $11 billion in damages. Climate change and “Mother Nature” are blamed, but the hard truth about the extreme weather recently slamming the Golden State is that three out of God’s “Four Great Judgments”—rain, hail,...

A declining America sloping further toward a broader Middle East war

Since war and unspeakable horror enveloped the Gaza Strip in October 2023, and now increasingly the Occupied West Bank by the Zionist State of Israel, there are fears of it expanding to regional proportions.  With recent drone attacks in Iraq, Syria, and Yemen by the United States, Israel’s chief backer, it appears the Middle East is sloping further to...

The Nation of Islam returns home for Saviours’ Day 2024

Excitement is building as the Nation of Islam prepares for its Saviours’ Day 2024 convention happening in Detroit from February 23-25. The convention will take place at the Huntington Place, formerly the TCF Center. The highlight will be the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan’s keynote address, titled, “What Does Allah The Great Mahdi and The Great Messiah Have to Say...

The Breakfast Club Interviews the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

Forty years ago, I was overseas in Africa.  I came back to America, and I read in the newspapers that they said, “We should not put money into the inner cities, because the inner cities are ready to explode.”  All of a sudden, the factories in the inner cities began to close; the government reached trade agreements, and factories...

‘They’re killing us all over the earth’

Now those of you who are “doctors”:  I know you have your Ph.D. degree—along with a little cancer, and a little problem with diabetes and high blood pressure, right “doc”?  Mmm-hmm.  Doctors hardly live as long as their patients because doctors are obese, dying of a heart attack, eating McDonald’s.  You mean, “doc,” you don’t know how to eat...

Lifestyle changes are needed now more than ever

Report: Poor diets, alcohol and tobacco use, physical inactivity, obesity linked to early-onset cancers At 36, Margaret Bowling had a great life ahead of her. Then, her breasts started hurting. She got a mammogram in 1990 and the results were negative. But the pain didn’t stop. She went back six months later for another mammogram. It found cancer in her...