By Defending Farrakhan
Defending FarrakhanFeb 27, 2023
90 Birth Anniversary Tribute Show to The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan
The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan marked his 90th birth anniversary on May 11 by feeding more than 2,000 people both physical and spiritual food over a four-day span.
Like his Teacher, the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad, the Minister does not believe in birthday celebrations. However, Minister Farrakhan decided to mark the occasion by providing 1,000 meals to people in need throughout the city of Chicago, including a hearty meal served at Salaam restaurant for friends, family and Believers.
After the meal of lamb, salmon and stuffed eggplant at Salaam restaurant, guests headed to Mosque Maryam where the Minister, adorned in a black pinstripe suit and matching bow tie, spoke about the reward of faith, the promise of Allah (God), living for the glory of Allah (God), the danger of vanity, and much more.
This milestone anniversary marks a turning point in the Nation of Islam. “This is a day to be remembered, to be celebrated. It’s a holy day. It’s a sacred day. And from this day forward, every May 11 will be celebrated as a Holy Day, holiday in the Nation of Islam,” said Student Minister Ishmael Muhammad to the applause and cheers of attendees at Mosque Maryam minutes before the Minister took to the stage. The special program was broadcast live via internet on noi.org.
National Assistant to Min. Farrakhan Minister Ishmael Muhammad speaks on 90th the Minister's 90th Birth Anniversary
Straight Words With Naba’a Richard Muhammad and Bj Murphy was on the WVON AM 1690 Chicago, livestreaming on I Heart Radio, WVON.com and WVON AM Facebook page May 23, 2022. We opened with Student Minister Ishmael Muhammad talking about the Minister’s 90th birth anniversary, his ongoing and vibrant leadership and development of leaders, defending him against slander and plots and why we need to listen and follow his guidance today. Listen to the replay of this powerful segment.
Bro Naba Muhammad speaks on Minister Farrakhan's Saviours message on WVON 1690am Chicago
Bro Na'ba was a featured guest on the Perri Smalls show on WVON 1690am Chicago. Minister Farrakhan spoke on Feb 26th from the Wintrust arena to a sold out house of enthusiastic black people ready to recieve his message on "The War of Armagedon has begun". Bro Na'ba gives his recap of the message.
The Love and Language of Louis Farrakhan
The Love and Language of Louis Farrakhan
by Naba’a Muhammad and Daniel X
In nearly 70 years of public life, Minister Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam has spoken to millions of people inside and outside of America, offering millions of words filled with guidance, insight, wisdom and a divine perspective.
Yet for all the truth that he speaks and the good he has done, his words are continually taken, twisted, miscast, recast and regurgitated back to the public and leaders. It is a sick display of purposeful deception and lies designed to serve evil purposes – and derail the hope that millions of the children of ex-slaves will rise, breathe easily, and enjoy a full and complete freedom.
Anti-Semitism and the Souls of Black Folks
During an interview from his home in North Philadelphia, sociologist and W.E.B. Du
Bois historian Dr. Anthony Monteiro responded critically to a recent attack by the Simon
Wiesenthal Center concerning the scholarship of Dr. Du Bois.
Du Bois is the first Black Harvard graduate to receive a PhD, and if compared to
influential musicians, one would immediately think of America’s greatest composer and
orchestra leader, Duke Ellington. “The Duke,” as he was affectionately known in the
music world, was second to none, and the compositions he left us span three-quarters of
a century and chronicle the American Dream, which Langston Hughes called “a dream
deferred,” for many of this country’s citizens suffer discrimination to this very day.
Du Bois’s book The Philadelphia Negro (1899) defined Black life in Philadelphia’s
seventh ward during the turn of the century; his classic work The Souls of Black Folk
(1903) was one of the first eyewitness testimonies describing the nature of the
Black–Jewish relationship; his 600-page study called Black Reconstruction (1935)
clarified the conditions of post-slavery African-Americans; and his book Black Folks
Then and Now (1939) predated the Northern African controversy in its explanation of the
ethnicity of the Northern Sudanese. All the above attests to Du Bois’s unequaled
scholarship and his ability to give thoroughly researched clarity where prior to that
speculation and racial innuendo were the order of the day.
For the Simon Wiesenthal Center to make the recent claim that this scholar-turned-
activist, whose prescriptions for Black development took center stage in the pages of the
NAACP’s Crisis Magazine, had at one time been “under the influence of the genteel anti-
Semitism he absorbed at Harvard and German universities,” is not only unscrupulous,
but, as Monteiro said, “a bunch of horse crap.”
(Jehron Muhammad can be reached at Aroundthenation@mac.com
The Truth About Saviours’ Day & the Anti-Black ADL Assault
The lies, slander and intimidation are flowing hot and heavy from the anti-Black @ADLMidwest working to defame and destroy the Nation of Islam’s Saviours’ Day convention at McCormick Place, Metro Pier & Exposition Authority-owned arena and the Wintrust Arena. @ADLMidwest wrote salacious lies in concert with others about this beautiful event and the Minister’s words.
The Saviours’ Day convention will run February 23-26 in Chicago, the headquarters for the Nation of Islam.