black Muslims, AfricanAmerican religious movement in the usa, Split since the late 1970s into the American Society of Muslims and the media of Islam. a unique group was founded (1930) in just Detroit by Wali Farad (actually W. and. Fard), Whom his followers thought to be "Allah personally, When Farad disappeared strangely in 1934, Elijah Muhammad Muhammad, Elijah, 1897 American blacknationalist and strict leader, ful. in close Sandersville, Ga. originally named Elijah Poole, He left home at 16 and worked at a mixture of jobs. In 1923 he settled in Detroit and became a motor car assemblyline worker.Click the link for more info. Assumed command of the group, First in Detroit after which you'll in Chicago. Under his direction, The black nationalist and separatist sect (Then called the country of Islam) grown, Mainly among poor blacks and prison populations. the particular group numbered only about 8,000 although Muhammad took over, It grew hurriedly in the 1950s and 60s, Particularly just by the preaching of one of its ministers, Malcolm back button Malcolm times, 1925 militant black leader in the, also referred to as ElHajj Malik ElShabazz, f. Malcolm smaller in Omaha, Neb. A petty lawbreaker in Boston and Harlem, He was found guilty of burglary (1946) And transported to prison, Where he read widely and wasClick the link to acquire more information.. Tension between Muhammad and Malcolm matured, unfortunately, And Malcolm's subsequent revocation (1963) And shooting (1965), Possibly by Muhammad's followers, Caused great dissension in the activity. every time Muhammad died in 1975, His young man, Wallace deb. Muhammad (shortly after Warith Deen Mohammed Mohammed, m. Deen (Warith Deen Mohammed), 1933 us Muslim leader, m. Detroit in Wallace Dean Muhammad. The son of country of Islam (Black islamic) commander Elijah Muhammad, He attended christian schools and junior colleges in Chicago.Click the link find out more about. ) went on over, Preaching a far less inflamed version of Islam. He aligned the firm with the international Islamic community, moving toward Sunni Sunni [arabic. Sunna,=tradition], caused by ahl alsunnah waljamaa [arab-speaking,=the people of the custom of the Prophet and local community], the most significant division of Islam.Click the link to find out more. Islamic rehearsal, And began the group (Renamed the World Community of alIslam in the west, your American Muslim Mission, And later the indian Society of Muslims) to folks of all races. In 1977 a group of Black Muslims, directed by Louis Farrakhan Farrakhan, Louis, 1933 AfricanAmerican faith based leader, w. new york, as well as Louis Eugene Walcott. A former calypso singer identified as "its Charmer, He joined the world of Islam (brown Muslims) throughout the 1955, Eventually becoming minister of the Harlem TempleClick the link for additional information., Split off from the firm, disillusioned by the son's integrationist ideals and lack of allegiance to his father's brand of Islam. They named themselves the Nation of Islam and sought to follow in the footsteps of Elijah Muhammad. In the late 1990s the Nation of Islam began to embrace some real world Islamic practices, And Farrakhan and Mohammed freely declared an end to the rivalry between their groups in 2000. n. a. Lomax, when your Word Is Given (1964, repr. 1979); c. Eric lincoln, The Black Muslims inside the (1973, repr. 1982); chemical. orite. Marsh, From dark Muslims to Muslims (1984).
Nation of Islam or Black MuslimsAfrican American religious movement that mingles aspects Islam and black nationalism. It was built in 1931 by Wallace D. Fard, Who decided its first mosque in Detroit, Mich. Fard retired into obscurity and his asst Elijah Muhammad, Who set up a second temple in Chicago, Took over in 1934. He asserted the moral and cultural fineness of Africans over whites and urged African Americans to renounce Christianity as a tool of the oppressors. His teachings also included the traditional Islamic tenets of monotheism, submission to God, And firm family life. the world of Islam grew quickly after World War II, And during the early 1960s it achieved national prominence through the work of Malcolm X. Leadership disputes led Malcolm to form a separate organization and finally to his assassination in 1965. In the 1970s Elijah Muhammad was been successful by his son, Wallace defense. Muhammad (f. 1933), Who renamed the manufacturer the American Muslim Mission. In 1985 he wiped out the Mission, Urging its members so that they are orthodox Muslims. A splinter group headed by Louis Farrakhan retains the movement's original name and key facts. In the early 21st century there were more or less 10,000 members of the united states of Islam.
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