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Share your Testimonial on the Life, Legacy and Mission of Imam W. Deen Mohammed

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As-Salaam Alaikum.

By the Gregorian calendar it has been 10 years since the passing of Imam W. Deen Mohammed. This is your invitation to call into WORDS MAKE PEOPLE blog talk radio and share with the world your appreciation and love for his leadership.

On Sun. Sept. 16, 2018 from 1-3 p.m. EST Brother Mark Shahid of St. Louis, MO (the host of American-Muslim 360 CWSC Roundtable) will be our special guest as we discuss the life, legacy and mission of America’s Imam, the Honorable W. Deen Mohammed.


You can participant by calling 714 816-4673 (to speak to the host press 1). Or can listen online at: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/station-iwdm/2018/09/16/share-your-testimonial-on-the-life-legacy-and-mission-of-imam-w-deen-mohammed


Imam W. Deen Mohammed was “born for mission” of continuing the work of his father the Honorable Elijah Muhammad; the work of bringing the Nation of Islam in the universal truths of Al-Islam.

For 33 years Imam Mohammed labored tirelessly to bring a “new people” into a new mind; the elevation of the descendants of former slaves into a totally independent thinking designed to guide and direct his followers on the road to their destiny on earth as a New People united with humanity at large. He led his followers to Hajj in Mecca and to the Focolare in Rome, Italy. Most importantly he led his followers to believe in Allah and to follow the Prophet Muhammed (PBUH).

From the inception phrases of “Man means Mind” and “Words make people” and then moving on to “Give G_d No Color” and “We Can Not Stop Now” and “The Light is On” Imam W. Deen Mohammed moved his people closer to the noble example of Prophet Muhammed and the supreme golden light of the Qur’an; the two most excellent tools for making and remaking people.