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  • 01:57

    NOI Series: Abdul Bey Muhammad Speaks on His History PART 2

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    The Allah Team Radio presents: The History of the NOI Series

    NOI Pioneer since 1950

    Min. Abdul Bey Muhammad will speak about his history after the Monroe attack and the death attempt on his life.

    We will discuss the hey day of the NOI, the Fall of the NOI and the Rebuild of the NOI.

    We will also discuss His relationships with the Hon. Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X, Muhammad Ali and the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan, and much, much more!

    Tune in to hear his powerful testimony!

    co-hosts Wakeel Allah and Understanding Allah

    THURS, MAR 31st, 8PM EST! 

    Call in# 646-595-4289

  • 02:01

    NOI Series: Richard Hassan, NOI Pioneer (since 1949) in Philly Mosque No. 12

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    The Allah Team Radio presents: The History of the NOI Series

    Interview with RICHARD HASSAN 
    (NOI Pioneer since 1949) 

    The Historical Origins of Philly Mosque No. 12 & Atlanta Mosque No. 15 

    In 1949, after being in prison with the Hon. Elijah Muhammad in Washington, DC, a barber named Mr. Charlie X Simms, returned to his barbershop in Philadelphia where he started teaching a group of youth, among them Jeremiah Shabazz, Karriem Muhammad and Richard Hassan. From there these NOI Pioneers would start the beginning of Muhammad's Mosque No. 12.

    As young brothers, Richard Hassan, Jeremiah Shabazz and others established and moved in "The FOI House". The Hon. Elijah Muhammad sent Min. Malcolm X (and subsequently Capt. Yusef Shah) to live with them in the FOI House and establish Malcolm's first Ministry as Philadelphia became a training ground for other NOI greats including Min. Louis Farrakhan, Imam W.D. Mohammed and Min. James Shabazz. 

    Bro. Richard Hassan will walk us through his first-hand experiences as a part of this inner circle, the history of Mosque #12, and how Min. Malcolm, Min. Jeremiah, Min. James X, himself and others established Mosque #15 in Atlanta in the Deep South.

    Join us to hear the testimony of this Great NOI Pioneer about his powerful experiences!

    co-hosts Wakeel Allah and Understanding Allah

    THUR 2/11/16 at 8pm EST
    Call in# 646-595-4289

  • 02:18

    NOI Series: Betty Muhammad, Secretary to Elijah Muhammad & Louis Farrakhan

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    The Allah Team Radio presents: The History of the NOI Series


    Sis. Betty Muhammad


    Executive Secretary to the Most Hon. Elijah Muhammad & the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan


    Author of "Dear Holy Apostle: Experience & Letters of Guidance with the Hon. Elijah Muhammad" and "Characteristics of a Divine Leader" [with Min. Farrakhan]


    co-hosts Wakeel Allah and Understanding Allah


    THUR 3/17/16 at 8pm EST

    Call in# 646-595-4289

  • NOI Prison Reform: Salaam Muhammad, Asst. East Coast Regional Prison Reform Min

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    8pm EST TUES 4/26/16

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    The Allah Team Radio presents:

    The NOI Prison Reform Ministry Radio Series


    Interview with Abdul Salaam Muhammad

    Asst. Eastern Regional NOI Prison Reform Minister


    Brother Salaam Muhammad joined the 5% Nation in 1966 under Clarence 13X aka the Father Allah. Finding himself in and out of prison, in 1971 he joined the NOI inside the walls.


    Finding himself doing 3 state bids, Salaam came out of prison in 1991 and joined the NOI under the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan at Mosque #7 in New York City under local Min. Conrad Muhammad.


    In 1994, Salaam gave expert testimony during a federal lawsuit for the Nation of Islam to be recognized as a religion. After the NOI successfully won the case, Bro. Salaam was appointed to be the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan to be the first Chaplain under the 2nd Resurrection of the NOI.


    Today Bro. Salaam is the Asst. Eastern Regional NOI Prison Reform Minister who primarily focuses on the Federal prison including Otisville, Brooklyn Fed State Prison, Danbury CT and Riker's Island.


    Salaam is instrumental in the Self Improvement program for Prisoners for the last 30 years.


    Join us as we interview Bro. Abdul Salaam Muhammad on his stirring history and the Time and What Must Be Done to help the Brothers in Prison and the Re-entry program.


    with co-hosts Randy Muhammad and Wakeel Allah

  • 02:13

    NOI Series: Diogenes Muhammad, Minister of First Latino Mosque in NOI & USA

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    The Allah Team Radio presents: The History of the NOI Series

    Min. Diógenes Muhammad

    The Minister of the First "Latino" Mosque in the Nation of Islam and the United States of America


    Bro. Diógenes was born and raised in the Dominican Republic and moved to New York City's Spanish Harlem "El Barrio" in 1961 at the age of 14.

    In 1969, he accepted the teachings of the Most Hon. Elijah Muhammad and was one of the first "Latinos" to join Mosque No. 7 under NOI National Representative Minister Louis Farrakhan and Captain Yusef Shah.

    Once establishing a small Spanish speaking squad, Bro. Diogenes (who became the Minister) Brother Skelse X (from Guatemala who became the Captain) and Hubert 5X (from Costa Rica who became the Secretary) leased a "Steak-N-Take" and from there rented a space to start "Mosque No. 7-J" in Spanish Harlem in 1972, the first Latin Mosque in the United States of America.

    The Team attracted new Believers from Puerto Rican, Dominican, Colombian, Panamanian, Cuban, Costa Rican, Venezuelan and Ecuadorian descent and brought Islam to spanish people and neighborhoods in NYC.

    In 1975, Bro. Diogenes became the NOI interpreter under Imam W.D. Mohammed, helping translate NOI materials into Spanish.

    After the Rebuild of the NOI, Bro. Diogenes became the first National Latino Minister under the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan and re-established the 1st all-Latino Study Group after the Rebuild.

    Join us as we discuss the rich history of Latinos (correctly referred to as the Indigenous or Aboriginal People) in Islam in America!

    With co-hosts Wakeel Allah, David Muhammad and Understanding Allah

    THUR 4/21/16 at 8pm EST

    Call in# 646-595-4289

  • 02:13

    NOI Series: Karriem Muhammad, "My Years with Jeremiah, Malcolm & Wallace"

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    [NOI Pioneer since 1944] 


    In 1944, a 13-yr-old Karriem Muhammad (Clifford X Hyman) and childhood friend Jeremiah (Shabazz) heard the teachings of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad from a local barber named Charlie Sims who was in jail with the Messenger in DC and recently moved to Philadelphia. 

    The 2 teenagers and others would help form the nucleus of the beginning of Temple #12 among Garveyites, Moors, Ahmadiyas and a hostile white establishment.

    In the early 1950s Elijah Muhammad sent Malcolm X to Philadelphia to preside over his first Temple as the Minister, where he moved in with Karriem, Jeremiah and others to form “the FOI House” and dispatched them throughout the South to establish new Temples such as Mosque No. 15 in Atlanta. 

    After Malcolm was promoted to Minister of Mosque No. 7 in NY, the Messenger sent his son Wallace D. Muhammad to establish his first ministry as the new Minister of Temple No. 12. Both administrations had success of which Karriem played an integral role and served as a personal confidant to both Malcolm and Wallace. 

    When troubles transpired for Malcolm & Wallace as they defected from the NOI in 1964, both secretly came to Philadelphia to stay and counsel with Bro. Karriem. Witnessing the demise of Malcolm, Jeremiah's meteoric rise in making Temple #12 a powerhouse, and the later ascension of Min. Wallace becoming the New Leader of the NOI in 1975; Brother Karriem Muhammad details his experiences alongside these great men and the lessons of history for the Nation of Islam.

    co-hosts Wakeel Allah and Understanding Allah 

    THUR 3/03/16 at 8pm EST 
    Call in# 646-595-4289 

  • 02:45

    NOI Series: New Orleans NOI Pioneers Min. Khatib Hasan and Capt. Yusef Munir

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    This Sunday 12/27 at 8pm ET
    The Allah Team Radio and the History of the NOI Series presents:


    An Interview with Mosque #46 Pioneers Former MINISTER KHATIB HASAN (fka Sydney X) and Former CAPTAIN YUSEF MUNIR (fka Joseph 7X)

    During the early sixties Brother Sidney X (now known as Katib Hassan) was sent to New Orleans to from Temple #12 in Philadelphia to become the minister; Temple #46 which was soon established on 2626 Magnolia Street. Prior to coming to New Orleans, Brother Sidney labored in Altanta under the great Rahman Muhammad "The Rock of the South." 

    During the mid-60’s the uprisings on the college campuses and the students’ desire for Black Studies Programs; the Nation began to attract many SUNO (Southern University of New Orleans) Xavier and Dillard University students, Dillard is where Brother Harold X (known as Khalid Muhammad) was enrolled as a student.

    Brother Captain Yusuf Muir, served under Minister George 4X. Under their leadership Temple #46 began to experience great growth. The Temple had a Muhammad University of Islam, a bakery, sandwich shop and several other businesses. Brother Captain Yusuf owned his own railroad repair company that also hired brothers from among the ranks of the FOI. Brother Yusuf and his family were blessed to be given Holy names by the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad.

    Both Brother Sidney X (Katib Hassan) and Brother Yusuf both committed their lives to help establish Islam in the city of New Orleans. They and those who laborer with them will be forever honored and appreciated.


    SUN. 12/27/15 at 8pm EST
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  • 02:04

    NOI Prison Reform: Abdullah Muhammad, NOI National Prison Reform Minister

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    The Allah Team Radio presents: The NOI Prison Reform Ministry Radio Series 

    An Interview with Abdullah Muhammad 
    NOI National Prison Reform Minister 

    co-hosts Randy Muhammad and Wakeel Allah

    TUES 3/29/16 at 8pm EST 
    Call in# 646-595-4289 


  • 02:02

    NOI Series: Askia Muhammad, 1st Muslim Editor of Muhammad Speaks Newspaper

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    The Allah Team Radio presents: The History of the NOI Series

    An Interview with ASKIA MUHAMMAD

    First Muslim Editor of the Muhammad Speaks Newspaper

    Bro. Askia Muhammad was born in Mississippi, grew up in Los Angeles, and attended college at St. Jose State during the revolutionary years of the late 1960s along with his peers future Olympians Tommy Smith and John Carlos famous for putting up “the Black Fist salute”.

    Askia published an underground newspaper to document the conscious activity of the campus and the Bay Area, including conducting landmark interviews with “The Soledad Brothers” and the trial of Angela Davis.

    In 1968 he joined the NOI as “Charles 67X” at Mosque No. 26 in San Francisco, and became a contributor for the Muhammad Speaks Newspaper. Prior, all Editors or professional staff of MS Newspaper were “Lost-Founds”. The Most Hon. Elijah Muhammad took strong interest in Askia and summoned him to Chicago and tutored him to be the First Muslim Editor in 1973 of the Muhammad Speaks Newspaper.

    In 1975 after the departure of Elijah Muhammad, Askia was dismissed from his post by new leader Imam W.D. Mohammed who authorized an article “Elijah Is Not a Divine Man” in which Askia wrote a rebuttal and was publicly challenged to a debate by the new Leader.

    Afterwards Askia took a position with the Chicago Defender and became its White House correspondent in Washington, DC. In 1979 Askia would later assist the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan and late Editor Wali Muhammad with the establishing of The Final Call Newspaper.

    Join us for this historic interview as journalist Bro. Askia Muhammad walks us through important events of his travels.

    with co-hosts Wakeel Allah and Understanding Allah


    THUR 1/28/16 at 8pm EST

    call in# 646-595-4289


  • 02:00

    NOI Series: Brady X McKinley, Milwaukee NOI Pioneer since 1949

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    TONIGHT 8PM EST!!! TUES 1/19/16 Call in# 646-595-4289

    The Allah Team Radio presents: The History of the NOI Series

    The History of the Nation of Islam in Milwaukee (Muhammad's Mosque #3)

    Interview with Milwaukee NOI Pioneer since 1949 BRADY X. MCKINLEY

    In the early days of Islam in America (1930 - 1934), Master Fard Muhammad and the Hon. Elijah Muhammad (founders of the Nation of Islam) established Mosque #1 (Detroit, MI) and Mosque #2 (Chicago, IL), then they traveled to Milwaukee, Wisconsin to further the expansion of the Nation of Islam outside of its first two cities, Detroit and Chicago and established their last Temple together Mosque #3 (Milwaukee). 

    In 1949, Brady X. McKinley joined the NOI in Milwaukee under Minister Baker X and became a Field Minister for the Hon. Eiijah Muhammad. In those days there were only 5 Temples in America, and Bro. Brady spent a lot of time with the Hon. Elijah Muhammad in Chicago at his house as well as many sessions held at Temple #2 Grocery Store and Restaurant. 

    Mixing with the early pioneers of the NOI such as Min. Lucius Bey (DC), Min. Asbury (Cincinnati) Min. Sultan Muhammad (NY), Min. James Shabazz (CHI), Min. Lemuel Hassan (DET), Supreme Captain Raymond Sharrieff, Sis. Clara Muhammad and the brothers and sisters and children of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad, Bro. Brady X gained a vast experience in the teachings. 

    He also spent a lot of time with Minister Malcolm X and his Brothers Wilfred, Philbert and Reginald who were instrumental in building the Nation of Islam in the Midwest. 

    Tune in as Bro. Brady X. McKinley walk us through this most powerful history of Milwaukee and Mosque No. 3 and his firsthand experiences as a Pioneer of the Nation of Islam!  

    With co-hosts Wakeel Allah and David Muhammad

    TUES 1/19/16 at 8pm EST 
    call in# 646-595-4289

  • 01:25

    FOI Series: Interview w/ Min. Abdul Rahman Muhammad, NOI Pioneer of the South

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    NEW DATE! THURS. 12/17/15 8PM ET
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    The Allah Team Radio presents: The History of the FOI Series

    "An Interview with MIN. ABDUL RAHMAN MUHAMMAD, the ROCK of the SOUTH"

    Min. Abdul Rahman Muhammad was raised in segregated Atlanta, GA in the 1930s and 40s, and joined the Army in 1950 during the Korean War.

    After returning to the U.S., in 1955 he heard and accepted the teachings of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad in Atlanta, and traveled to cities such as NYC, Detroit, Los Angeles before moving to NOI headquarters in Chicago in 1958.

    He rose up the ranks of the FOI from private soldier, lieutenant, first officer to captain and was a part of "the Honor Guard" of Temple #2 responsible for the security of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad as the Messenger traveled the country.

    The Messenger made Rahman National Investigator of all the Temples, and a buyer for NOI Farms in the South, where he took residence in Miami in 1961 and met and became a mentor and trainer of Muhammad Ali and brought him into the Nation of Islam, and also developed a close friendship with Min. Malcolm X and Min. Louis Farrakhan.

    In 1969 Hon. Elijah Muhammad made Rahman the Minister of Atlanta, GA, responsible for reforming the Black Man in the South and building the empire of the Nation of Islam in the Southern Region. Where he brought a new Temple, new School, had thousands of Muslims and established Muslim businesses all throughout the South.

    In 1981, Min. Abdul Rahman joined the Hon. Min. Louis Farrakhan to help successfully rebuild the Nation of Islam and the teachings of the Hon. Elijah Muhammad, and he remains steadfast as a Teacher and Reformer of His People.

    Tune in as he walks us through the HISTORY!

    with co-hosts Wakeel Allah and Understanding Allah

    THURS. 12/17/15 at 8pm EST
    call in# 646-595-4289