Saturday, 13 August 2011

Malcom X

Malcom X (1925-65): the charismatic leader of the black separatist group Nation of Islam, who achieved a high profile in the United States during the civil rights movement. In 1963 he seceded from the heterodox of Nation of Islam and took his followers into mainstream sunni Islam; as a result, he was assassinated two years later.

[Islam - A Short History, Karen Armstrong,Phoenix Press 2001 p167]

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Radical Moderate said...

And he was murdered by WHO?

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Bartimaeus said...

Frosty

I hope her bio on Malcolm little is more accurate than her sanaized biography on Mohammed. A better biography is the The Autobiography of Malcom X by Alex Healy of "Roots" fame. But even then the then the autibiography is laced with revisionist history and blames white Europeans for rhe slave trade when we all know that the the great majority of the slave trade was conducted by the Arabs in conducted business in the mane of Allah and his messenger.

Anonymous said...

"Bartimaeus said...
Frosty

I hope her bio on Malcolm little is more accurate than her sanaized biography on Mohammed. A better biography is the The Autobiography of Malcom X by Alex Healy of "Roots" fame. But even then the then the autibiography is laced with revisionist history and blames white Europeans for rhe slave trade when we all know that the the great majority of the slave trade was conducted by the Arabs in conducted business in the mane of Allah and his messenger."

aaaaaaaaaahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha ! look man you islamophobes ae funny as hell , I dont like Islam but I dont like lies as well , as an african atheist who studied the history of slavery long enough , I know that the majority of slave trade was done by the Jews who marketed their "goods" in "white" europe and america , most people ignore this and stick it to white people in general which is false.