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El Hajj Malik El Shabazz (Malcolm X) teaching Moorish Science ??

El Hajj Malik El Shabazz, also known as Malcolm X teaching Moorish Science ?!

Don’t believe it. Research the information Because you won’t know just by being told.

The so called blacks, african americans, people of color, black americans, afro americans, negroes, coloreds, etc have a Nationality. And we are Moorish Americans. Descendants of Moroccans, and born in America.

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MOS TV: Moorish American Emcee Clif Soulo – El Hajj Malcolm and Malik [Official Music Video]

For Moor information:

https://moorishoaklandstar.wordpress.com/2014/05/09/tha-moorning-star-special-edition-el-hajj-malcolm-shabazz-the-truth-and-moor/

Lyrics:

“Wassup Black, you know I rep that Red and Green,
word to Noble Drew Ali/
19 hunnids he back on the scene,
A hunnid years Mo’, time to get our eyes clean/
the time is now, we see it ALL,
we seen the ups, and we seen the falls/
if she twerking ass, that me we falling off,
ain’t no duckin when tha mu’fuckin law involved/
What I’m sayin is deeper than what I’m sayin,
but sayin won’t get you to KNOW, if you KNOW what I’m sayin/
Let that simmer…..run it back,
I say we got a Prophet and they tell me where he at?/
That’s when I show em the Koran (Circle 7),
then they tell me I ain’t fuckin wit Saddam,
Silly negro please,
stop playin games, time to rise my G”

– Clif Soulo

Peace to the Shabazz family.

Much love to El Hajj Malik Shabazz (also known as Malcolm X) and El Hajj Malcolm Shabazz.

Directed, filmed, and edited by T.K. Other Realm

Production by the Amazing Casito Del Fresco.

Thank you to the family in West Oakland who allowed me to film in the lot.

Thank you for viewing. This song means alot to me, so If you have watched this, please know I appreciate you.

Love is Amor

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Tha Moorning Star ~ Special Edition: El Hajj Malcolm Shabazz – The Truth and Moor

El Hajj Malcolm and El Hajj Malik Shabazz

Tha Moorning Star Special Edition – El Hajj Malcolm Shabazz – The Truth and Moor

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“The fault is not in truth, for that is amiable; but the weakness of man bareth not its splendor” – MHK XLIII, line 20
Rami Salaam El
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Tha Moorning Star ~ Special Edition ☪

El Hajj Malcolm Shabazz The Truth and Moor

Oakland, Bey Area, Califia Republic, North West Amexem  May 9th, 2014

Peace and love to the Shabazz Family.

Respect to El Hajj Malik El Shabazz.

One Love to El Hajj Malcolm Latif Shabazz!



El Hajj Malcolm Latif Shabazz is the son of Qubilah Shabazz, and also the grandson, namesake, and first male heir of the great Muslim revolutionary leader El Hajj Malik El Shabazz (also known as Malcolm X). Malcolm Shabazz was born October 8th of 1984, in Paris, France. In his youth, he traveled all over our homeland (North America), from Brooklyn territory, to Philadelphia, San Antonio, and Los Angeles.

Malcolm’s life took a pivotal turn in 1997. A fire in the apartment of his grandmother Betty Shabazz caused serious burns, subsequently leading to her {physical} death. Malcolm, at 12 years old, was charged with manslaughter and arson. He would lose four (4) years of his freedom in a juvenile detention center for this terrible tragedy. In 2002, an Eighteen year old Malcolm would be convicted of attempted robbery. 100$ would cost him three (3) more years of his freedom. Only this time our brotha would not be trapped in a Juvenile detention center, but in the “legalized” slavery plantations also known as Prison.

In 2010, with many life lessons learned, Malcolm began traveling and connecting with people Internationally. He went to several countries such as France, Mexico, Syria, Egypt, and Dubai, meeting with everyone from grassroots activists to prominent world figures. And Alhamdulillah, Malcolm was fortunate enough to make his Hajj to Mecca.

{Hajj is an Islamic pilgrimage to the holy city, Makkah or Mecca (In the country of Saudi Arabia), which every adult Muslim, if afforded the opportunity, must make at least once in her or his lifetime. This obligation is one of the five fundamental pillars of Islam. It is also tradition that has been continued by millions of Muslims for over 14 centuries.}

My story with Malcolm starts in late 2011. He was in San Jose, California for a speaking engagement with Rumec (Revolutionary United Mexicans in Combat, fighting corporate  oppression, ignorance, and poverty through construction). As the 30 or 40 of us listened attentively to Malcolm’s every word, I couldn’t help but smile and wonder if the feeling I had in that room was similar to what my elders felt as they listened to El Hajj Malik speak in the 1960s. After El Hajj Malcolm’s speech, I introduced myself, expressed the impact of his grandfather’s autobiography on my life, and pledged that I would do everything I could to help him on his mission. The humble natured brotha simply smiled and said, “thank you.” As time progressed, I continued to reach out and we established a friendship.

El Hajj Malcolm said, “It is the duty of those that do know, to teach those that don’t.” With that, I present to you excerpts from online conversations (chats) I had with Malcolm. They range from August of 2012 up to May 8th, 2013. It is time for the Truth to be known.

::: August 28th, 2012 :::

  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
    • Salutes
    • How are you, bro?
    • 1:50pm
  • Rami Salaam El
    • Peace! I am great my G. Appreciating this beautiful day. How you living?
    • 1:51pm
  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
    • Struggle makes us stronger
    • I just got out the county jail
    • Was there for a week
    • This dude was beating on my friends pregnant sister in the middle of the street so I hopped out n bust him upside head with a bottle
    • He called them boys n pressed charges
    • Crazy
    • They gave me an assault charge
      So now I gotta fight that in court
    • 1:52pm
  • Rami Salaam El
    • Wow. Thats crazy on a few different levels.
    • 1:53pm
  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
    Tell me about it
    • 1:55pm
  • Rami Salaam El
    • An assault charge for defending a woman? Smh. This system is so foul. Meanwhile a brotha get shot in the head handcuffed and its a suicide.
    • 1:55pm
  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
    Word
    • 1:57pm
  • Rami Salaam El
    • I will say tho, you got to be more careful. You know they want to get us back in them chains. Especially brothas like yaself.
    • 1:58pm
  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
    Yeah, I feel you
  • I wasn’t thinking
  • I just so happen to be passing by when I encountered that unexpected situation…

As the wise Lauryn Hill once said, “It’s more important to be righteous than to be right.”

One characteristic that I quickly noticed in El Hajj Malcolm was righteousness. Much like Yuri Kochiyama, Erykah Badu, Sinead O Brien, Assata Shakur, and any Individual representing justice and truth, their actions may not always manifest in the “right” (i.e., politically correct) way, but the intent behind these figures’ actions is always righteous (such as Malcolm hopping out and smacking that brotha for abusing a Queen).

::: January 24th, 2013 :::

  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
  • SALUTEZ
  • 1:15 PM

Rami Salaam El

  • peace. whats tha word?
    • 1:21 PM
  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
  • Inshallah I need ur assistance with a matter
  • If within ur means
    • 1:22 PM
  • Rami Salaam El
  • wassup?
    • 1:23 PM
  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
  • I have a flight to Iran feb 1st to begin 8 year term at Howza, but last minute I’m being told about visa complications… I need to have it handled by the morning, but at moment don’t have the funds to do so… If you can assist me, I have a brother in Iran who will have $ sent to you from Dubai on Monday
  • My friend assured me he can pay back Monday, but if not within ur means don’t worry bro
  • My deadline to have visa app sent out is in the am
    • 1:23 PM
  • Rami Salaam El
  • damn. i just found out my account is overdrawn and i don’t get paid until tomorrow. how much is the total that you need cuz i see a few different #s
    • 1:29 PM
  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
  • $50 because need take taxi round trip, get visa application faxed, and send overnight from post office.
  • I mean like if u can’t do then, no worries
  • I may end up having to just cancel the trip
  • They telling about this visa thing wild late in the game n I been planning this for months
    • 1:35 PM
  • Rami Salaam El
  • word. when is the latest i can get it to you? I can see if my fam or somebody can shoot me the 50 to help you on your way.
    • 1:37 PM
  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
  • The latest is 9pm ur time
  • 1:38 PM
  • Rami Salaam El
  • aight…thru western union right?
    • 1:38 PM
  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
  • And mind u, my friend in Iran can pay u back Monday. On my honor
  •  Western union
  •  Malcolm Shabazz/Middletown, New York
    • 1:40 PM
  • Rami Salaam El
  • thank you. but my brotha, if i had it, i’d send you there with no charge. repayment or your honor on it isn’t necessary.
  •  any other #s or info i need or just name and location is good?

1:41 PM

  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
  • I know u would bro. U been helpful to me from time we met n I appreciate u dearly. If u ever call on me for something I got u
  • 1:41 PM

Malcolm Shabazz and Muammar Al-Gaddafi

On February 3rd, 2013, the Federal Bureau of Investigation kidnapped (arrested) El Hajj Malcolm Shabazz. The next day, reports from Press TV, NewsOne, and others stated the F.B.I. arrested Malcolm while on his way to participate in the “Hollywoodism” conference being held during the 31st Fajr International Film Festival in Iran. The F.B.I. provided NO explanations, reasoning, “criminal charges” etc. to justify his capture. From a lawful (which is different than legal) perspective, the actions of the Federal Bureau of Investigations violated Malcolm’s human rights, as well as violating their oath to uphold the American Constitution for the United States.


::: February 9th, 2013 convo :::

  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
  • I’m not sure
  • Laying low for time being
  • I keep u posted
  • 2:13 PM
  • Rami Salaam El
  • Bet
  • Glad your alive
  • 2:34 PM
  • ::: February 11th, 2013 :::
  • Rami Salaam El
  • its wild bruh. there was no report on why they even locked you up. makes me feel we on the verge of sum major shit
  • 5:02 PM
  • Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz
  • Don’t believe anything u read that doesn’t come DIRECTLY FROM ME
  • Not even if its my fam
  • 5:40 PM
  • Rami Salaam El
  • i’m already knowing bruh.
  • 5:41 PM

On March 9th, Malcolm published a statement to let the people know the truth. His letter addressed the harassment, abuse, thuggery, and other unlawful actions of the F.B.I., C.I.A., and other agencies against him and his family. Here is an excerpt of the letter:

“I was picked up by authorities after I filed for a visa to Iran, and 2 days prior to my departure. A detective squad from the City of Middletown Police Department surrounded me in the street about 2 blocks from where I was residing. They asked me my name, and I gave them an alias, but they were already well aware of who I actually was. I didn’t tell them my real name because I didn’t know what was going on. When I was brought before a Judge of City of Middletown court I was surprised to be informed that I was being charged with Grand Larceny, and False Impersonation charge. Then I was sent to jail, and told to appear again 7 days later. Then following court date the bogus charge of Grand Larceny, which they only put to justify stopping me in first place, was dropped. And they left me to face the False Impersonation. I was offered 90 days for the offense of giving the authorities the wrong name which I declined before bailing out after 2 weeks.

When I was being held within the belly of the beast on trumped up charges, to my rescue came the journalist at Press TV based in Iran. My relationship with powerful & progressive news outfit began in April of 2012, and prior to that I had discussions with their journalist regarding current events internationally. I developed a positive rapport with some of them, and as a result was invited to travel to Iran to discuss the impact of Hollywood in stereotyping Muslims, Iranians and African people. From January 15th through 18th, 2013, I was a featured interviewee for the Press TV documentary “The Façade of the American Dream”. And prior to my date of departure to Iran, Lifetime television released a television bio-picture called “Betty & Coretta” which was a sensationalistic misrepresentation of my grandparents, my mother and me. This film aside from being poorly acted, and shallow in depth also threatened to inflame old controversies, and open unhealed wounds and to remind the public of sad outcomes without ever identifying B.O.S.S.I., the C.I.A., F.B.I. and other forces that set the climate for my grandfather’s assassination, and made my family a long-suffering casualty of COINTELPRO, and other anti-Black repression programs. Naturally, anything done to stir up old hatred of The Shabazz Family will impact me as the name-sake, and first male heir of Malcolm X, and whether I am high or low in fortunes does not exempt me from this reality.

The formula for a public assassination is: the character assassination before the physical assassination; so one has to be made killable before the eyes of the public in order for their eventual murder to then deemed justifiable. And when the time arrives for these hits to be carried out you’re not going to see a C.I.A. agent with a suit & tie, and a badge that says “C.I.A.” walk up to someone, and pull the trigger. What they will do is to out-source to local police departments in the region of their target, and to employ those that look like the target of interest to infiltrate the workings in order to set up the environment for the eventual assassination (character, physical/incarceration, exile) to take place.“

Malcolm Shabazz Statement concerning February 2013 harassment, March 9th, 2013

*For the complete letter, please check it out here: http://malcolmshabazz.blogspot.com/2013/03/statement-by-malcolm-shabazz-concerning.html *



A wise man once said, “If you’re not careful, the newspapers will have you hating the people who are being oppressed, and loving the people who are doing the oppressing.”The role El Hajj Malcolm played in Betty Shabazz’s death had been something I wanted to discuss with him since we first began building. The facts surrounding the event never added up to me, but due to the sensitive nature of the topic, and limitations of digital communications instead of face to face, I held my tongue. Here is where I must show love to the wise elder Dick Gregory. Elder Gregory did an interview for We All Be Radio (Peace to Bro. Ron aka r2c2h2 the artivist) in January, 2013, and spoke on what really happened that unfortunate stormy night in Yonkers of 1997.

Dick stated that it was not twelve (12)-year-old El Hajj Malcolm who set his grandmother’s apartment on fire, but (according to some neighbors of Betty Shabazz) four (4) men with hoods on that were responsible for the blaze. After hearing this information, I could no longer keep quiet. I sent Malcolm a link to the interview, and asked for his thoughts whenever he got around to checking it out.

::: March 25th, 2013 :::



Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz

Peace

10:03 AM

Rami Salaam El

what’s the word.

10:06 AM

Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz

Things looking little better

How everything on ur end?

10:07 AM

Rami Salaam El

personally, aside from the current job situation I am in, amazing.

10:08 AM

Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz

Great

Brother Dick Gregory is on point… Only error is that it was Yonkers not Mt. Vernon, but next to eachother..

10:20 AM

Rami Salaam El

word. Upon more research and studying of how things go down in this so called country, i started to question things or see things with a critical eye. cuz the story always seemed odd to me.

10:22 AM

Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz

Well, I never really speak to people about this outside select family, but when it first happened I was in hospital and some detectives came to see me and asked me what happened

Mind u I’m 12 years old

I told them the truth, and they told me to not say that. Then they made me write a statement but told me what to say happened

My lawyer Percy Sutton who we know to be CIA told me to never tell truth or I’d spend rest of my life in Prison, which was probably true

I don’t know how Dick Gregory know about the hooded men n what not…

10:26 AM

Rami Salaam El

damn

10:27 AM

Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz

Then I was sent into this program way in middle of no where in Massachusetts where they would make me say I did all this shit I aint do. And told me if I did not “Own up” to my actions, I will not get out

So I was made to say I did shit I didn’t, and after saying it for so long, shit

So, that’s what it is…

10:29 AM

Rami Salaam El

that is wild and unfortunately, not surprising.

 however, in due time, the truth will be known to all.

10:31 AM

Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz

I have some very powerful enemies

But I’m still here tho

10:32 AM




Betty Shabazz, El Hajj Malcolm Shabazz, El Hajj Malik Shabazz (left, center, right)

::: May 7th, 2013 :::

Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz

Bro! You there?

5:34 PM

Rami Salaam El

Wassup

5:34 PM

Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz

I need ur help bro

I kno I still owe you $100 I aint forget. I had to make this move to southern Mexico…. I really need another 100, I always give my word to get it back to you. Are you in position to help me out? I got you!

5:38 PM

Rami Salaam El

Shoot me tha info to where u need it my g.

5:38 PM

Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz

“Malcolm Latif Shabazz/D.F. (District Federal), Mexico”

I swear I love you man!

I’ma get a calling card n call you after I get it…

5:39 PM

Rami Salaam El

Its all good my g.

You good tho?

5:44 PM

Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz

I’m aight….

I’m here in Mexico with Miguel from Rumec

I cant be online too long. gotta pay for it here. I’m at bus station

You kno when U can send? I will call when I get card

5:53 PM

Rami Salaam El

Sending now

5:53 PM

Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz

Thank you!

6:13 PM

Rami Salaam El

Its all love my g.

6:13 PM

::: May 8th, 2013 :::

Rami Salaam El

you safe my g?

2:37 PM

Hajj Malcolm El Shabazz

Kinda

Im aight

Thanks for asking…

2:53 PM



The next day, my brotha G Two forwarded me a message from M1 of Dead Prez that said “R.I.P. Malcolm,” asking me if it was true. “No way possible,” “I just spoke with him,” “Not gonna believe it,” were all things I told myself as I began searching Twitter, Facebook, and all sorts of news outlets, praying it was another internet hoax. I found one article. Then another. Then two more. None of it was making sense in my mind.

For a week, I had been holding on tight to my belief that Malcolm was safe somewhere in Mexico. That this was all just an elaborate hoax to outsmart these corrupt agencies that have been after him. As I walked into Islamic Cultural Center in Oakland for the funeral service, I was forced to let go of that belief. Malcolm was no longer with us in the physical. A painful truth that was reflected in the faces of a hundred or so people in attendance.

Friends and family paying respects to El Hajj Malcolm Shabazz

at Islamic Cultural Center in Oakland, California

(For those who have lost someone close and are in pain, I humbly offer the a scripture from the Holy Koran of the Moorish Holy Temple of Science; MHK Chapter 4 : Lines 1-5).





I struggled with how to conclude this piece. I started to pull some together some information about his assassination, highlight all of the holes in the stories being reported by the corporate mainstream media, and call out the so called leaders that are quick to quote El Hajj Malik and say “by any means necessary”, but have been deafly silent about his grandson’s murder, but I couldn’t bring myself to do it. That information is of vital importance, and those stories will be told, but I didn’t write this article for that. This piece was written to shine more light on a great Moorish American brotha. To help educate and unify the people. And to honor the promise I made to Malcolm, and myself.

“Put your trust in Allah: for you are on (the path of) manifest Truth. Truly you cannot cause the Dead to listen, nor can you cause the Deaf to hear the call, (especially) when they turn back in retreat. Nor can you be a guide to the Blind, (to prevent them) from straying: only those will you get to listen who believe in Our Signs, and they will bow in Islam” – Surah 27: 79-81

Keep Shining Malcolm

By Rami Salaam El






For Moor Information:

El Hajj Malcolm Shabazz’s Hajj journey

http://malcolmshabazz.blogspot.com/2012/10/malcolm-xs-grandson-hajj-journey.html

Elder Dick Gregory Interview on We ALL Be Radio

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YvFBdMc2RFk

El Hajj Malcolm Shabazz interview on PressTV

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3OiOj5y2yLI

El Hajj Malcolm Shabazz interview with M. Habash

http://vimeo.com/24144966

Discussion with El Hajj Malcolm Shabazz & Tim Baldauf-Lenschen

MSTA (Moorish Science Temple of America)

International Asiatic Moorish Hip Hop Temple # 23

http://iamhhtemple.weebly.com/

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MOS TV: American Spring – El Hajj Malcolm Shabazz and Tim Baldauf-Lenschen Speak Truth to Power

Two gifted young leaders Malcolm Shabazz and Tim Baldauf-Lenschen represent the best in their generation. Mr. Shabazz is the sole grandson and namesake of the martyred Malcolm X. Shabazz has begun to take up the family business of raising awareness. He is a writer, gifted-public speaker, world-traveler, and proud father, and he longs to keep the memory of his grandfather, Malcolm who is considered to be the greatest African American man to ever lived, alive. Malcolm Shabazz have overcome more obstacles in his life by the state and residues of enemies of African American people have erected in his path. He has a forthcoming book that will surely electrify millions. Mr. Baldauf-Lenschen is the proud descendent martyred anti-Nazi Germans who defied Hitler and the Gestapo. Tim is a humanitarian and strong advocate for human and social rights for everyone. He is a undergraduate student at the University of Maryland and a powerful leader in the Justice At Maryland Coalition, the NAACP, Students Against Mass Incarceration groups at his school. He is an articulate speaker and a servant leader that is an inspiration to his peers from all walks of life. Together, these two young leaders are interviewed by Dr. W. Randy Short, Dignity/IHRAAM/SCLC. Share this with anyone that wants to see two gifted men discuss the issues of today.

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