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How to secure you Masjid with Rasul Nasir and Dawud Abdullah - Repeat Show

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This is your host Michael Saahir of WORDS MAKE PEOPLE. On Sunday October 04, 2015 we will discuss YOUR MASJID SECURITY with two special guests, Soke (instructor) RASUL NASIR of Brooklyn, NY and DAWUD ABULLAH of Los Angeles, CA.

How do we know if our masajid (mosques) are secure? What is the best form way to secure a mosque? Learn the answers to these and many other questions this Sunday October 27th from 1-3 p.m. EST.Many Islamic Communities are living in a period of uncertainty


Please read their bios:
RASUL NASIR began as a member of the legendary Fruit of Islam in 1974 providing security to Min. Louis Farrakhan and local ministers. He has trained members in hand to hand combative techniques. He has provided protective services to Imam W. Deen Mohammed. In 1990 Rasul joined Ninth Group; a security agency authorized with federal clearance to provide protective services to African Heads of State visiting New York City and the Tri-state area. He has trained provided protection to Rev. Sharpton and trained his security team members. He is the director of Security at Masjid Abdul Muhsi Khalifah. Rasul “Soke” participated in several security campaigns against drug sales in the community. Rasul is a prolific writer.

DAWUD ABDULLAH was born in Indianapolis, IN and he accepted Allah as God at 5 years old. Dawud started Martial Arts at 16 years old, later he started attending martial arts schools at 19 years old before moving to Texas where he attended trade school and frequently attending Jumahs (Friday Islamic worship services) and working in security as a rover and supervisor. Next Dawud moved to Los Angeles, CA where he continued security work. He says, “When Allah blessed me to get serious in Islam, the Martial Arts and Security became a form of worship. Imeen (Amen)”