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  • 01:32

    5% Series: TNT: "Black His Story" w/ Abu Shahid The Elder & Wakeel Allah

    in Culture

    Tonight at 9pm EST! Call in # (646)595-4289


    The 5 Percenters Forum & Allah Team Radio presents:


    "TNT: The Naked Truth: "BLACK HIS STORY"


    w/ ABU SHAHID, THE ELDER OF THE NATION OF GODS & EARTHS


    with host WAKEEL ALLAH


     


    Wed. 2/26/16 at 8pm EST


    call in # (646)595-4289


     

  • 03:04

    Abu Bakr Life, Leadership, & Administration

    in Religion

    Abu Bakr Life, Leadership, & Administration
    the first Khalifah of the Prophet and of the Faithful, Abu Bakr, was born Abdul Ka'aba, was a dear friend of Prophet Muhammad , took over leadership admist very trying times.  It was his leadership and firm faith that uprighted and saved the community of Muslims from fading away or becoming just a footnote in history. 
    For those who agrue there was no need for a Khalifah will learn the dire state of Al-Islam at the time of the death of Muhammad.  Why the need for battles and wars.  The rise of Apostasy.  The threat of the Romans & Herculis to attack the Muslims.  How the Persian King sought to wipe out the small band of faithful believers. 
    Join Thomas Abdul-Salaam aka Twin Servant of Peace as he recount the history from the death of our beloved Prophet Muhammd to the end of Abu Bakr reign as the first Khalifah of Al-Islam. 

  • 01:56

    QSI: The Battle of Uhud (Part 2)

    in Education

    The Battle of Uhud was a reprisal against the Muslims following the battle of Badr. Some of the leading members of Quraysh such as Abu Jahl, Utbah, Shaiba, Walid, Umayya bin Khalaf, and Hanzala bin Abu Sufyan, had been killed in the battle of Badr. After the death of Abu Jahl, leadership of the Makkans had passed on to his compeer, Abu Sufyan, who was the chief of the clan of Banu Umayya.


    There was profound sorrow in Makkah at the loss of so many chiefs but Abu Sufyan had forbidden the bereaved families to cry and to lament their losses. Tears, he knew, could wash away malevolence from the hearts. But time and tears, he asserted, would not be allowed to heal the wounds received by the Makkan aristocracy at Badr. He himself had taken an oath that he would remain a stranger to every pleasure until he had paid the Muslims back in their own coin. He and the other leaders of the Quraysh spent a whole year of feverish activity in which they equipped and trained a new army.


    One year after the battle of Badr, the new army of the idolaters of Makkah was ready to take the field against the Muslims. In March 625 Abu Sufyan left Makkah at the head of three thousand seasoned warriors. Most of them were foot soldiers but they were supported by a strong contingent of cavalry. Also accompanying the army, was a band of warlike women. Their duty was to wage “psychological warfare” against the Muslims by reading poetry and by singing amatory songs to spur the courage and the will-to-fight of the soldiers.


    They knew that nothing held such terror for the Arabs as the jibes of women for cowardice, and they also knew that nothing was so efficacious to turn them into utterly reckless fighters as the promise of physical love. These amazons included the wives of Abu Sufyan and Amr bin Aas, and the sister of Khalid bin Walid.

  • 02:22

    The Helios Biblios Hour (book of the SUN) : May Day The Destiny of America pt2

    in Current Events

    Over one hundred years have passed since that first May Day. In the earlier part of the 20th century, the US government tried to curb the celebration and further wipe it from the public's memory by establishing "Law and Order Day" on May 1. We can draw many parallels between the events of 1886 and today. We still have locked out steelworkers struggling for justice. We still have voices of freedom behind bars as in the cases of Mumia Abu Jamal and Leonard Peltier.What is the origin of mayday as a distress signal The term Mayday is used internationally as a distress signal in voice procedure radio communications. It derives from the French venez m'aider, meaning “come help me”. It is used to signal a life-threatening emergency by many groups, such as police forces, pilots, firefighters, and transportation organizations.Draco’s story and his infamous Draconian Laws, offers us much food for thought and teaches us numerous political lessons. Draco, though commissioned by the majority of his co-citizens, and not the “gods” like his predecessors, failed to deliver a people-friendly legal system. Instead, he became notorious for delivering one of the most inhumane and harshest legal codes the world has ever known. Nevertheless, from the ashes of that failure a revolutionary system slowly emerged which would soon set the foundation for a significant portion of modern law and politics in the Western world.

  • 01:02

    Ralph Poynter: What's Happening

    in Politics Progressive

    Ralph Poynter: What's Happening - Tuesday, April 26, 2016 - 9pm (est)--347-857-3293



    NEWS ANALYSIS: The laws make killing legal and the orders are KILL BLACK PEOPLE with or without the law. This is GOVERNMENT BY MURDER. To tolerate this is to commit the act of gradual .- Special Tribute to the artist known as PRINCE.                                                                      Ralph Poynter (New Abolitionist Movement)
    Excerpts from the Black Activists Writers Guild(BAWG) -                               Larry Pinkney (former political prisoner & Black Panther)
    Political Prisoner Events, Poetry & Prose -                                                    Lynne Stewart (former political prisoner & people's lawyer)
    Updates from the DEATH CAMPS & political prisoners -                           Anne Lamb- NYC Jericho
    Government by murder - an update to date current analysis & critique                                Tom Siracuse  & Joel Meyers         


     Join us in Philadelphia this weekend  April 22-24, for  MUMIA-(info#212-330-8029)


    Join us at John Jay College-NYC/for the Left Forum the  week end of May 20 -22, 2016 

  • 02:00

    DINO DEAN SHOW

    in Education

    Join the Dino Dean Show Sunday April 24th @ 5 pm CST. We will be having a discussion and tribute on the life of musical icon, musical genius, Prince Rogers Nelson that died suddenly April 21st @ his Paisley Park compound in Minneapolis. So all you Prince fans tune in and give us your Prince memories. Dino will be speaking with Sis. Empress Phile' Chionesu   (Loving known as Dr. Phile' and "Empress Chi"). Dr. Phile' is the Originator/Architect;Founder & President General of the historic Million WomanMarch. She will be speaking with us about a United Nations panel of experts issuing a wide-ranging and scathing account of the plight of black people in the United States and giving us a recap on what was reported. She will also be giving us a medical update on Mumia Abu Jamaal as well. The call in number is 646-200-0067. Join the Dino Dean family for smart uncompromising conversation!!! 

  • 02:05

    Free Em All Radio! W/ Chairman Fred Hampton Jr & The Lady of Rage!

    in Politics

    Tune in tonight, April 20, 2016 for Free Em All Radio! W/ Chairman Fred Hampton Jr. & The Lady of Rage!


    Tonight's episode will include updates from Move's Sister Pam Africa, Minister of Confrontation, on the case condition of Brother Mumia Abu Jamal, as well as discussion and commentary as We move #ForwardToThe50th, commemorating the legacy of The Black Panther Party! Free Em All!


    Logon www.blogtalkradio.com/str8uprealtalks


    Call in 215-383-3925

  • 00:31

    Chuck Pfarrer Interview: Duty, Loyalty, and Patriotism

    in Books

    Former Navy SEAL (and DEVGRU member), Chuck Pfarrer shares his latest novel, Philip Nolan: The  Man Without a Country, which is a very timely book for today's national issues and even how American's view their Country.  http://amzn.com/B01CN2L7VI 


    Charles Patrick “Chuck” Pfarrer, III  is an American novelist, non-fiction writer, screenwriter, and former U.S. Navy SEAL. Pfarrer went through Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL training (BUD/S) in 1981 and spent 8 years as a Navy SEAL. http://chuckpfarrer.com


    As executive officer of the SEAL Team assigned to the Multi-National Peacekeeping Force, he witnessed the 1983 Marine barracks bombing in Beirut. Pfarrer was one of the SEAL Team leaders responsible for the apprehension of Abu Abbas and the hijackers of the cruise ship Achille Lauro. Pfarrer ended his service as Assault Element Commander at the US Naval Special Warfare Development Group (DEVGRU), formerly known as SEAL Team 6.


    Pfarrer’s best-selling autobiography, Warrior Soul, The Memoir of a Navy SEAL, was published by Random House in 2004. His debut novel, Killing Che, was published by Random House in 2007. He is the author/creator of six graphic novels for Dark Horse Comics, and wrote and produced two interactive full motion videos, Flash Traffic and Silent Steel, both for Tsunami Media.

  • 02:11

    QSI: The Seerah Of The Prophet (pbuh) "The Battle Of Uhud"

    in Education

    The Battle of Uhud was a reprisal against the Muslims following the battle of Badr. Some of the leading members of Quraysh such as Abu Jahl, Utbah, Shaiba, Walid, Umayya bin Khalaf, and Hanzala bin Abu Sufyan, had been killed in the battle of Badr. After the death of Abu Jahl, leadership of the Makkans had passed on to his compeer, Abu Sufyan, who was the chief of the clan of Banu Umayya.


    There was profound sorrow in Makkah at the loss of so many chiefs but Abu Sufyan had forbidden the bereaved families to cry and to lament their losses. Tears, he knew, could wash away malevolence from the hearts. But time and tears, he asserted, would not be allowed to heal the wounds received by the Makkan aristocracy at Badr. He himself had taken an oath that he would remain a stranger to every pleasure until he had paid the Muslims back in their own coin. He and the other leaders of the Quraysh spent a whole year of feverish activity in which they equipped and trained a new army.


    One year after the battle of Badr, the new army of the idolaters of Makkah was ready to take the field against the Muslims. In March 625 Abu Sufyan left Makkah at the head of three thousand seasoned warriors. Most of them were foot soldiers but they were supported by a strong contingent of cavalry. Also accompanying the army, was a band of warlike women. Their duty was to wage “psychological warfare” against the Muslims by reading poetry and by singing amatory songs to spur the courage and the will-to-fight of the soldiers.


    They knew that nothing held such terror for the Arabs as the jibes of women for cowardice, and they also knew that nothing was so efficacious to turn them into utterly reckless fighters as the promise of physical love. These amazons included the wives of Abu Sufyan and Amr bin Aas, and the sister of Khalid bin Walid.

  • 01:59

    5% Series: TNT: The Naked Truth "Ask the Elder" Q&A w/ Abu Shahid

    in Culture

    The 5 Percenters Forum and Allah Team Radio presents:

    TNT: The Naked Truth
    "Ask The Elder" Q&A

    ABU SHAHID - The Elder of the Nation of Gods and Earths

    with co-hosts
    Wakeel Allah and Allahmal Allah

    Wed. 12/30/15 at 8pm EST
    call in# 646-595-4289

  • 01:58

    Mantalk 4/2/16

    in Entertainment

    Final Four in Houston


    Formula 1 in Abu Dhabi


    David Bowie Tribute in NYC


    Inductees for the 2016 Rock Hall of Fame in Cleveland


    718-508-9816 7-9p ET