Monthly Archives: September 2014

Hassan Rouhani (Iranian President) 2014 United Nations General Assembly Speech || Moorish World News

Hassan Rouhani (Iranian President) 2014 United Nations General Assembly Speech.

Full Text Below:

Excellencies, ladies and gentlemen, thank God, the Lord of the Two Worlds and the Prayer, and peace be upon our Prophet Muhammad and his family and companions.

At outset, I would like to extend my sincere congratulations on your well-deserved election as the president of the 69th Session of the General Assembly. I also express my appreciation to H.E. Mr. Ban Ki-moon, for all his efforts. It is my genuine hope that this year’s session of the General Assembly brings the world, in its current critical situation, a step closer to security and tranquility of human being, which is of course a fundamental goal of the United Nations.

Mr. President, I am coming from a region of the world whose many parts are currently burning in the fire of extremism and excess. To the East and West of my country, extremists threaten our neighbors, resort to violence and shed blood. They of course do not speak a single language; they are not of a single skin color and not of a single nationality; they have come to the Middle East from around the world.

They do however have a single ideology: violence and extremism. They also have a single goal: the destruction of civilization, giving rise to Islamophobia and creating a fertile ground for further intervention of foreign forces in our region.

I deeply regret to say that terrorism has become globalized: From New York to Mosul, from Damascus to Baghdad, from the Easternmost to the Westernmost parts of the world, from Al-Qaeda to Daesh [the Arabic acronym for Dawlat al-Islamiyah f’al-Iraq wa al-Sham]. The extremists of the world have found each other and have put out the call: extremists of the world unite. But are we united against the extremists?

Extremism is not a regional issue that just the nations of our region would have to grapple with; extremism is a global issue. Certain states have helped creating it and are now failing to withstand it. Currently our peoples are paying the price. Today’s anti-Westernism is the offspring of yesterday’s colonialism. Today’s anti-Westernism is a reaction to yesterday’s racism. Certain intelligence agencies have put blades in the hand of madmen, who now spare no one. All those who have played a role in founding and supporting these terror groups must acknowledge their errors that have led to extremism. They need to apologize not only to the past but also to the next generation.

To fight the underlying causes of terrorism, one must know its roots and dry its source fountains. Terrorism germinates in poverty, unemployment, discrimination, humiliation and injustice. And it grows with the culture of violence. To uproot extremism, we must spread justice and development and disallow the distortion of divine teachings to justify brutality and cruelty. The pain is made greater when these terrorists spill blood in the name of religion and behead in the name of Islam. They seek to keep hidden this incontrovertible truth of history that on the basis of the teachings of all divine prophets, from Abraham and Moses and Jesus to Mohammed, taking the life of a single innocent life is akin to killing the whole humanity. I am astonished that these murderous groups call themselves an Islamic group. What is more astonishing is that the Western media, in line with them, repeats this false claim, which provokes the hatred of all Muslims. Muslim people who everyday recall their God as merciful and compassionate and have learned lessons of kindness and empathy from their Prophet, see this defamation as part of an Islamophobic project.

The strategic blunders of the West in the Middle East, Central Asia, and the Caucuses have turned these parts of the world into a haven for terrorists and extremists. Military aggression against Afghanistan and Iraq and improper interference in the developments in Syria are clear examples of this erroneous strategic approach in the Middle East. As non-peaceful approach, aggression, and occupation target the lives and livelihoods of ordinary people, they result in different adverse psychological and behavioral consequences that are today manifested in the form of violence and murder in the Middle East and North Africa, even attracting some citizens from other parts of the world. Violence is currently being spread to other parts of the world like a contagious disease. We have always believed that democracy cannot be transplanted from abroad; democracy is the product of growth and development; not war and aggression. Democracy is not an export product that can be commercially imported from the West to the East. In an underdeveloped society, imported democracy leads only to a weak and vulnerable government.

When generals step into a region, do not expect diplomats to greet them warmly; when war begins, diplomacy tends to end. When sanctions set in, deep hatred for those imposing them also begins. When the atmosphere of the Middle East is securitized, the answer will be of the same nature as well.

The interests of Western countries in our region are tied to their recognition of beliefs and the desire of the people for democratic governance in the region.

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Barack Obama (u.s. President) 2014 United Nations General Assembly Speech || Moorish World News

Barack Obama (u.s. President) 2014 United Nations General Assembly Speech

Pay close attention to the words being spoken in this speech.

Alot of wisdom and truth being communicated to the Nations of the world.

Much love and respect to our Moorish American brother Barack Obama.

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Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad, Truth about the so called civil war in Syria, And Moor || Moorish World News


Peace and Love to our Syrian Sistas and Brothas.
Peace and Love to Bashar Al-Assad.
Peace and Love to Sophie Shevardnadze and Russia Today.

This conversation is from 2012. President Al-Assad drops alot of truth regarding the crisis in Syria. And in 2014, the situation has not improved.

Please do not BELIEVE the propaganda regarding the so called “civil war in Syria”. What is happening in Syria is NOT a civil war. It is FOREIGN groups with an agenda to overthrow the Syria Government, to insert people and a government that the foreign groups can control. Much like what happened in Libya, Iraq, Afghanistan, and what is being attempted in Iran, Yemen, and more.

Here are some facts being reported:

According to the United Nation reports, over 190,000 Syrians have been killed since 2011.



There have been reports that over 3,000,000 Syrians have had to flee their homeland.

Mideast-Iraq-Syrian-R_Horo refugee camps

Investigate this crisis. Spread the word. The time is NOW!

Mideast Syria

WE MUST STAND UP FOR OUR SISTAS AND BROTHAS in Syria. And Palestine. And Iran. And Iraq. And Yemen. And Japan. And Somalia. And all over the world where people are suffering.

Amor Shinjitsu Shalom Svaboda Justice

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MOS TV: Barack Obama, I.S.I.S., J. Cole, Taj Tarik Bey, and Moor || MS Show Ep 5

Tha Moorning Star Show: Episode Five

Featuring a conversation Barack Obama speaking about the Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, a lesson by Taj Tarik Bey, a news update regarding the murder of John Crawford III, the Sampson Option (the nation-state called Israel’s suicide plan), and Moor!

“Man knows not by being told”

Study Study Study!

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MOS Editorial: Nationality is the Order of the Day


Earlier this year, my Father put me onto this presentation by Professor Jacqueline Jones (University of Texas). She was speaking about her book entitled “Slavery and the Myth of Race” on the network CSPAN. I urge you to view the full presentation, as it reveals alot of very important information about our history:

After watching the presentation, I personally felt obligated to reach out to Professor Jones. I wanted to thank her for the truth she was putting forth about Our people, but I also wanted to see If she would address the nationality component of the so called blacks aka african-americans. Below is the message I sent to her and her response. I humbly ask the reader (Yeah, you!) to pay close attention to the words I use in my question, as well as the words used in the Professor’s response:

– My message to Professor Jacqueline Jones –


 First and foremost, thank you very much for all you have done, are doing, and will do.

 I am listening to your presentation from C-Span and I greatly appreciate the truth being conveyed.

I have a question that I would love your input or perspective on.

Something I find very puzzling is how most other groups of people have a national name. Irish for those from Ireland, or Japanese for those from Japan, English from England. Blacks have no nation to link back to, and African-American links back to two distinct Continents. 

Do you know What is the nationality or National name of the “blacks”/Negro or African-American?

Thank you very much for your perspective. 

Have a great day.

Peace and Love,

Rami Salaam El

– Professor Jacqueline Jones Response –

Dear Rami Salaam El,

   Thank you for your message.

   Certainly in early American (colonial) history people from Africa were known by their cultural or ethnic group—Ibo, for example– and not by their continent(s) of origin.

   Gradually ethnic identifications dissolved and “African American” became the common signifier.   And “black” and “person of color” came to signify descendants of slaves.  I certainly agree with you , that these signifiers are confusing and ultimately historically inaccurate.


J. Jones

Now I must show love and appreciation for her acknowledging for the record that calling ourselves “African American”, “black”, or “people of color” are not only confusing, but HISTORICALLY INACCURATE. We must let go of these things that do not accurately identify us as a people. Because in our confusion, we have also become divided.

That being said, now it’s time to get to the nitty gritty. If you notice, my one and only question to Professor Jones was regarding the Nationality or National name of the so called “blacks” or “african-americans”. Professor Jones’ reply did not include the term Nationality once. She used terms such as “cultural” and “ethnic” group, “continent of origin”, and “signifiers”, but why no mention of Nationality?


I have my suspicions as to why she did not mention nationality, but truthfully, it’s no need to speculate about that. And to keep it all the way real, It’s many so called “black” leaders, “african-american” activists, so called revolutionaries that refuse to address the issue of Nationality.  So you see, this is much bigger than a Professor from Texas ducking the question. This is about the gigantic red and green Elephant in the room that almost everybody and they mama has been trying to avoid addressing.

The truth about our Nationality will affect every facet of life on this planet. It is going to shake up the Universe.

As a wise Universal Prophet once said, “Nationality is the order of the day”.  So I pose the question to you, what is the Nationality or National name of the so called “blacks” aka “african-americans” aka “people of color”?

Drew Ali


Peace and Much Love to ya!

– Rami Salaam El

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