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The Day of Judgment –in which we now live

By FinalCall.com News All of the Abrahamic religions teach about the coming of God or a messianic figure at the end of the world. But teachings of God's coming and a day of judgment appear to be either an apocalyptic razing of the planet or day that will never actually come. When the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan delivered his Feb. 22 Saviours'...

Dark Days, Dark Deeds At The Southern Poverty Law Center?

FINALCALL.COM A major storm has brewed over the Southern Poverty Law Center with the recent resignation of its high-paid president and firing of its co-founder. Still troubling is how an “open secret” about organizational dysfunction, charges of racism, sexism and perhaps race-based hucksterism remained so and allowed the group to apparently run roughshod over the reputations of Black groups and...

One Unchangeable Position: Making America White Again

By Final Call News After a stunning and historic political upset, President-elect Donald Trump is moving forward to lead the nation. With his first televised interview and some subdued communication with President Barack Obama, the new chairman of America, Inc. is sounding a little different from the bombastic man who thrashed his way to the White House. The Trump victory, earned...

Rep. Green’s folly and false charges against Farrakhan

FINALCALL.COM Rep. Al Green of Texas now has the dubious distinction of bowing to pressure or perhaps the seduction of the perceived power of the Democratic Party. But plantation politics will never deliver freedom to Black people and the congressman's erroneous statement calling the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan a bigot is another painful reminder of the impotence of many Black politicians. Whether...

Police public relations isn’t transparency and won’t end the policing crisis

By Final Call News A freeze frame video released by police showed Harith Augustus confronted by officers and that he was apparently armed in a city that allows for legal carrying of concealed weapons. The video also shows the 37 year old Black barber breaking away from officers in the South Shore community in Chicago. Officials say the video shows...

The Twitter War Against Farrakhan’ and Truth

By Richard B. Muhammad, Editor It was not surprising but it was disturbing to find the Twitter account of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam removed from the platform. Twitter already had the dubious distinction of banning the Minister in July 2019. The ban drew thousands of complaints and resulted in timelines being flooded with the truth...

Lessons for Ferguson and beyond

By FinalCall.com News When the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan spoke at Morgan State University, his words were powerful and his warning was clear: America is on the edge of a racial explosion and no amount of pacification nor denial can solve the problem. He described Ferguson, Mo., as the spark that could ignite the country and the reason why any who...

Happy Saviours’ Day 2022! We Stand With Allah (God)!

“And proclaim the Pilgrimage among men: they will come to thee on foot and (mounted) on every kind of camel, lean on account of journeys through deep and distant mountain highways … ” Holy Qur’an, Chapter 22, Verse 27, Abdullah Yusuf Ali translation For the global Islamic community, there is the beauty of the pilgrimage to the Holy City of Mecca...

An Open Letter to Neil Steinberg “Our Love For The Minister Shall Not Be Mocked!”

By Demetric Muhammad Once again Neil Steinberg appears in the Chicago Sun-Times to push his false narrative of anti-Black vitriol.   He is angry with Black America because we love Minister Farrakhan.   I am not surprised. The members of the oppressor's class within a society never approve of the liberator of those whom they oppress. In other words, why...

Editorial: Murder in Minneapolis

Tears from a Black teenage girl. Anger from a Black child. A guilt-ridden young, Black, male store clerk. Weeping from a 60-year-old Black man. All of these traumas were shared early on in a Minnesota courtroom. But heartbreak was felt across Black America and different parts of the globe as the U.S. so-called justice system was exposed to the world...