The Black Stone
The True History of Elijah Muhammad : Autobiographically AuthoritativeeBook - 2011
Messenger Elijah Muhammad was considered, by the national as well as the international press, as one of the most inaccessible men in America; if the press, white or Negro, wanted to see Elijah Muhammad, they had to come to him: a degree of significance earned by Messenger Muhammad, and commanded by integrity. In an effort to ensure the clarity and sanctity of his message and history, this book draws from his own words to explain and elaborate on sensitive subjects like his mission, domestic life, family, and his relationship with his teacher, Master Fard Muhammad. It also delves into his relationship to other prophets, the paralleled work accomplished to substantiate his fulfilment, and important unpublished writings from his desk surrounding controversial matters perpetuated in today's public media. --Provided by publisher.
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : by Elijah Muhammad ; compiled and edited by Nasir Makr Hakim]., 2011.
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