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The year 619 - 9 years into the Prophethood of the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) - was a year of hearbreak for Prophet Muhammad in particular and the Muslim Ummah in general. Listen to this show to see why!
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Krystal Muhammad was born Feb. 14, 1972 in New Orleans, La. Her parents gave
her the name Krystal Sonia. She was given the name Krystal Muhammad in 1997 at
Saviors Day by Minister Louis Farrakhan as a registered Muslim in the Nation of
Krystal Muhammad became an activist in the movement for Black Liberation in
1993 as a death penalty abolitionist in Texas as an organizer for the Shaka Sankofa
“Gary Graham” Justice Coalition.
Krystal Muhammad joined the New Black Panther Party for Self Defense in March
2002 and chaired the Houston, Texas chapter. Krystal Muhammad was appointed
NBPP Southern Regional Representative in 2004 and has been on the frontline
organizing movements such as The NBPP Hurricane Katrina Search and Rescue
Mission in 2005 in New Orleans, La, The Jena 6 justice movement in Jena, La., The
Black Cross Relief Initiative for Haiti 2010 from Houston, Tx. to Haiti, The Chad
Holley Justice movement in 2011 in Houston, Tx and the movement for Justice for
Alfred Wright in Hemphill & Jasper, Tx.
Krystal Muhammad was elected by an overwhelming majority as the National Chair
of the New Black Panther Party on December 1, 2013 at the NBPP National Summit
in Atlanta. Ga.
Krystal Muhammad is a mother, a freedom.
In the year 616 'Umar ibn al-Khattaab became Muslim. His conversion to Islam is so significant that it merits its own seperate discussion.
Ibn ‘Abbas related that the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, “O Allah, strengthen Islam by ‘Umar ibn al-Khattaab especially.”
Please join Professor Griff and ZaZa Ali on NMEMINDZ Radio tonight at 8pm EST, as we welcome Dr. Ava Muhammad, Student National Spokesperson for The Nation of Islam and The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan! Call in and listen in at 347-633-9644. She will be discussing her upcoming "Women Only" Gathering in Atlanta this Saturday, September 13... among other things.
The Ku Klux Klan was originally organized in the winter of 1865-66 in Pulaski, Tennessee as a social club by six Confederate veterans. In the beginning, the Klan was a secret fraternity club. (Ku Klux was derived from the Greek "kuklos," meaning circle, and the English word clan.) The costume adopted by its members (disguises were quite common) was a mask and white robe and high conical pointed hat.
According to the founders of the Klan, it had no malicious intent in the beginning. It attracted former Civil War generals such as Nathan Bedford Forrest, the famed cavalry commander whose soldiers murdered captured black troops at Fort Pillow.The Klan spread beyond Tennessee to every state in the South and included mayors, judges, and sheriffs as well as common criminals. The Klan systematically murdered black politicians and political leaders. It beat, whipped, and murdered thousands, and intimidated tens of thousands of others from voting. Blacks often tried to fight back, but they were outnumbered and out gunned. While the main targets of Klan wrath were the political and social leaders of the black community, blacks could be murdered for almost any reason. Men, women, children, aged and crippled, were victims.In Texas, Governor Edmund Davis organized a crack state police unit, 40 percent of whose officers were black. The police made over 6,000 arrests and stopped the Klan. Armed groups of black and whites fought or threatened Klansman in North and South Carolina. The federal government also exerted its influence, empowering federal authorities with the Enforcement Acts of 1870 and 1871. Klan activity ended by 1872 and disappeared until it was revived again in 1915.
Dr Muhammad explores tonight - 646 478 4448
What better way to celebrate my birthday than to celebrate with a powerful speaker, author and survivor; we are celebrating life!
Mildred D. Muhammad is a sincere, thoughtful, and spiritual person. She wanted nothing more than to build a strong family unit in which she would be a good wife and mother.
But when her first husband -- John Allen Muhammad -- “turned” on her, Mildred knew she had to protect herself and her family.
When he emptied out their bank accounts, kidnapped their children, and disappeared, she had to learn to navigate the legal system, all while making sure that he did not find her. She had no money, no job, and she was living in a shelter for abused women when she began her uphill battle to find her children.
Mildred D. Muhammad
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