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CHICAGO—The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan of the Nation of Islam recently delivered a poignant, spiritually insightful message at the close of the Holy Month of Ramadan, the annual Islamic period of daylight fasting, special prayers, acts of kindness and reading of the Qur’an—the book of scripture of Muslims.

The Minister’s message was also full of warning and guidance for all of humanity during these troubling times and culminated in the Muslim leader announcing his intent to deliver a major message to the entire world on July 4, commemorating 90 years of the establishment of the Nation of Islam with the coming of God in Person, the Great Mahdi Master Fard Muhammad, teacher of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad.

“This message will not just be for Muslims; it is not just for Christians; it is not just for Jews, it is for every inhabitant of this planet,” said Min. Farrakhan.

“That message if it is the Will of Allah (God), I will deliver it to the world on the 90th birthday of the Nation of Islam from somewhere in Chicago, Illinois or in Michigan; a message to the world, an announcement to the world,” said the Minister. “I say to you with deep humility from the 25th Surah of the Qur’an: ‘Blessed is He Who sent down the Discrimination upon His servant that he might be a warner to the nation,’” said Min. Farrakhan. The 25th Surah or Chapter of the Holy Qur’an is titled, Al-Furqan or The Discrimination/The Criterion, meaning to discern or distinguish truth from falsehood.

The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the entire world, causing death, sickness, massive job losses, the crashing of global economies and has caused a halt to business as usual, and has affected people mentally, said Min. Farrakhan. Everyone did not have the virus, but every aspect of life has been affected because of the virus.

This is not an ordinary virus and we will not get out of this easily, he cautioned. The country is divided and people are angry, the Minister continued.

“Well, this will be a warning not only to those of us who don’t even think that God is concerned. But God is not pleased. He’s upset and He has taken so much abuse from people who abuse His law, His statutes, His commandments and abuse Him. He now has come out of His place to deal with the inhabitants of the earth. So nobody is free from what is about to happen and what is happening. And if it is the Will of Allah on the 90th birthday of Master Fard Muhammad coming to North America by Himself to start the Nation of Islam we will deliver that message.”

The special Eid-ul-Fitr message was delivered May 24 by Min. Farrakhan, concluding Ramadan. Eid-ul-Fitr, also known as the “Festival of Breaking the Fast,” is celebrated by Muslims all over the world marking the end of Ramadan and is observed over 1-4 days usually with major gatherings which include food, fun activities, gift giving, prayers and other festivities.

The Minister delivered another message on the Ramadan Prayer Line on May 10 calling the world and America to repentance as the Covid-19 pandemic ushers in global judgement. Min. Farrakhan offered incredible guidance to the world’s faith communities, any who would heed his words and, in particular, President Donald Trump regarding the need for repentance, prayer and humility as the world has entered a final period of divine reckoning, and a coming famine.

“The judgment is not approaching; it is present,” warned Min. Farrakhan in a heartfelt message stressing the power of Almighty God to ease the global burden coronavirus has wrought—on condition that the world and America turn away from wickedness.

He urged President Trump and Americans to follow the example of the people of Nineveh, who repented after the Prophet Jonah went to the wicked city, calling for repentance and the ruler and residents heeded his warning. God wants us to shelter in place to strengthen our relationship with Him, said the Minister.

The Ramadan Prayer Line is an annual program organized and presented by members of the Nation of Islam and includes Muslim scholars and leaders from across America, the world and different schools of thought. The Ramadan Prayer Line featured a guest speaker, historical commentary about Ramadan and the Hadith of the Day. The prayer line just completed its 14th year of connecting Muslims from over 50 countries who listen live and to the replays which are available on Stay tuned for more information regarding Min. Farrakhan’s July 4 address.
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Simon Wiesenthal Center: Cancel Louis Farrakhan's July 4 speech on Fox
Farrakhan has a long record of making inflammatory and antisemitic statements.
JUNE 29, 2020 20:16
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Louis Farrakhan (photo credit: REUTERS/REBECCA COOK)

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The Simon Wiesenthal Center has called on Fox Television to cancel its anticipated speech by US-based Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan, it said in a statement.

The speech is expected to take place on July 4, in honor of American Independence Day.

The center called on Fox to cancel Farrakhan's speech due to his long record of making inflammatory and antisemitic statements, including suggestions that Jews controlled the trans-Atlantic slave trade and calling Judaism a "gutter religion."

Farrakhan has also engaged in promoting antisemitic conspiracy theories, such as Jewish and Israeli involvement in the September 11 terrorist attacks in the US.

“Since the 1980s, Louis Farrakhan has denigrated the Jewish people, Judaism and the Jewish state, members of the LGBT community, the United States of America, and entertainment leaders from Hollywood. Throughout those decades, he has embraced America’s enemies from Libya’s Ghaddafi to Iran’s Ayatollahs,” said the center's founder and dean Rabbi Marvin Hier, and Rabbi Abraham Cooper, associate dean and global director of social action for the leading Jewish human rights NGO.

The two rabbis added that “The African-American community is blessed with leaders in every field of endeavor from the arts, to business, to politics, to faith to media – anyone of whom can deliver an empowering and inclusive message of hope on July 4th. Farrakhan is a racist antisemite – a demagogue and divider – at a time when all Americans need to hear messages of unity and hope, the values for which Martin Luther King Jr. lived and died for.

“On behalf of our 400,000 constituent families, we urge Fox Television Network to cancel the speech by a person who has spent his adult life spitting on everything July 4th stands for,” SWC officials said.
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Please post evidence because I remember him specifically saying he had nothing to do with it @ The Last Million Man March.

Farrakhan called Malcolm X a traitor and wrote, two months before the killing, that "such a man is worthy of death." Farrakhan has denied ordering the assassination but later admitted to having "helped create the atmosphere" that led to it. During his four-hour meeting with Shabazz, Farrakhan said: "Yes, it is true that black men pulled the trigger. We cannot deny any responsibility in this. Where we are responsible, where our hands are a part of this, we beg God's mercy and forgiveness."
Joined May 23, 2005
also i believe even in that breakfast club interview a few years back
he said something similar
Joined Jul 19, 2012
Please post evidence because I remember him specifically saying he had nothing to do with it @ The Last Million Man March.
He’s alluded to things in speeches back in the early 90s and lowkey praised the murderers back then. Sister Betty also has publicly stated it was not a secret if you were in the know that he was involved and the NOI was to blame and they were proud of it.
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