Final Call
By James G. Muhammad Contributing Editor @jgm3000

‘The Beginning of Sorrows’ Farrakhan calls humanity to atonement on 24th anniversary of Million Man March

The stench of Satan’s world has fouled the whole of humanity and the earth is “entering a new day” where God and His Christ have come to take over rulership, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan announced to a cheering crowd at Christ Universal Temple church during the 24th anniversary observance of the Million Man March.

Mosques, churches and synagogues have become full of devils because of the effect of Satan and his lifestyle, and congregations have become full of people who read and quote scripture but refuse to live the word of God, he said, from a venue that was live streamed and viewed internationally.

“The Bible calls the human being the glory of God, but all of us have fallen short of the glory of God. Satan is like a snake and a skunk that has urinated on the human family. Satan has done a job on us. The rule of the earth under the wicked has been a horrible nightmare,” he said. » FULL STORY

Day of Atonement message inspires self-reflection, calls for unity, change

By By Tariqah Shakir-Muhammad, Michael Z. Muhammad, Donna Muhammad, Zakkiyah Muhammad, Elisha Muhammad, J.S. Adams, Anisah Muhammad, Nisa Islam Muhammad, Eric Ture Muhammad And Daleel Muhammad

CHICAGO—Christ Universal Temple was the place eager listeners gathered for Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan’s recent Holy Day of Atonement address. Many felt Minister Farrakhan helped bridged the gap between Christians and Muslims with timely and thought-provoking words.


Impeachment inquiry heats up as Pres. Trump lashes out

By Askia Muhammad -Senior Editor-

WASHINGTON— With each passing day, the impeachment inquiry into President Donald J. Trump intensifies. There is a broad consensus of opinion in political and media circles that this country is living in “perilous times;” in a nearing “Constitutional crisis.”


Wrangling with a light sentence, and courtroom ‘compassion’ for a convicted murderer in Dallas

By Jihad Hassan Muhammad, Contributing Writer

DALLAS—The people of Dallas and much of the country had anxiously awaited what would befall Amber Guyger, a White ex-cop charged with murdering a Black man in his own home.


Black women architects gather to bond, build and embolden

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

WASHINGTON—When Nia Muhammad was young, she used to build communities out of Legos, complete with homes, a fire station and a mosque. One day a friend of her mom looked at her latest creation and suggested she become an architect.


Amid discontent and repression, is Egypt’s eruption inevitable?

By Jehron Muhammad

While Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was in New York addressing the United Nations General Assembly, back home his government, in response to demonstrations, began the largest wave of mass arrests since the former general came to power.


‘The Beginning of Sorrows’ Farrakhan calls humanity to atonement on 24th anniversary of Million Man March

By James G. Muhammad Contributing Editor @jgm3000

The stench of Satan’s world has fouled the whole of humanity and the earth is “entering a new day” where God and His Christ have come to take over rulership, the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan announced to a cheering crowd at Christ Universal Temple church during the 24th anniversary observance of the Million Man March.

Mosques, churches and synagogues have become full of devils because of the effect of Satan and his lifestyle, and congregations have become full of people who read and quote scripture but refuse to live the word of God, he said, from a venue that was live streamed and viewed internationally.

“The Bible calls the human being the glory of God, but all of us have fallen short of the glory of God. Satan is like a snake and a skunk that has urinated on the human family. Satan has done a job on us. The rule of the earth under the wicked has been a horrible nightmare,” he said.


Day of Atonement message inspires self-reflection, calls for unity, change

By By Tariqah Shakir-Muhammad, Michael Z. Muhammad, Donna Muhammad, Zakkiyah Muhammad, Elisha Muhammad, J.S. Adams, Anisah Muhammad, Nisa Islam Muhammad, Eric Ture Muhammad And Daleel Muhammad

CHICAGO—Christ Universal Temple was the place eager listeners gathered for Nation of Islam Minister Louis Farrakhan’s recent Holy Day of Atonement address. Many felt Minister Farrakhan helped bridged the gap between Christians and Muslims with timely and thought-provoking words.


Impeachment inquiry heats up as Pres. Trump lashes out

By Askia Muhammad -Senior Editor-

WASHINGTON— With each passing day, the impeachment inquiry into President Donald J. Trump intensifies. There is a broad consensus of opinion in political and media circles that this country is living in “perilous times;” in a nearing “Constitutional crisis.”


Student debt disrupts chances, widens racial wealth

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

Twenty years after starting college, the median debt of White students who took out loans has been reduced by 94 percent—with almost half holding no student debt—compared to Black student loan borrowers at the median who still owe 95 percent of their cumulative borrowing total.


New overtime rules still leaving workers behind, says report

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

WASHINGTON—The Department of Labor made 1.3 million American workers earning less than $35,568 eligible for overtime pay starting January 1, 2020, with a new rule under the Fair Labor Standards Act.


Amid discontent and repression, is Egypt’s eruption inevitable?

By Jehron Muhammad

While Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi was in New York addressing the United Nations General Assembly, back home his government, in response to demonstrations, began the largest wave of mass arrests since the former general came to power.


Japan, India join call for permanent African seats on Security Council

By Jehron Muhammad

World leaders gathered recently in New York City for the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly, whose membership includes 193 member nations. Two non-member states include the state of Palestine and the Holy See, the area under the Pope’s jurisdiction.


Haiti's Uncertain Future

By Barrington M. Salmon -Contributing Writer-

WASHINGTON—Gun-wielding lawmakers, a heated political impasse, an embattled prime minister, gas shortages, business shutdowns, a closed airport, and angry street demonstrations are among reports coming out of Haiti in recent days.


Threats, tension mark UN General Assembly in face U.S., Iran, Saudi and global conflict

By Brian E. Muhammad -Contributing Writer-

Animosity is growing and prospects for war engulfing the Middle East didn’t decrease as heads of states, foreign ministers and ambassadors addressed the 74th Session of the United Nations General Assembly.


In the midst of economically-driven violence, S. Africa hosts World Economic Forum on Africa

By Jehron Muhammad

In the midst of growing global press coverage about xenophobic violence, South Africa hosted the 28th World Economic Forum on Africa in Cape Town.


Student debt disrupts chances, widens racial wealth

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

Twenty years after starting college, the median debt of White students who took out loans has been reduced by 94 percent—with almost half holding no student debt—compared to Black student loan borrowers at the median who still owe 95 percent of their cumulative borrowing total.


Nothing Beats Buying Black!

By Azizah Muhammad

ATLANTA—“We Buy Black,” a thriving movement that markets Black-owned businesses, recently hosted its 2nd annual convention at the Georgia International Convention Center in Atlanta, Georgia.


Black-owned family bank marks 85 years of service

By Nisa Islam Muhammad -Staff Writer-

Since 1934 Industrial Bank has served the nation’s capital and is currently the only Black family-owned bank in that area. Industrial Bank is among the top five largest Black-owned banks in the United States.


Black Businesse$, Black Consumer$, A Neccessary Alliance

By Starla Muhammad -Managing Editor-

CHICAGO—Entrepreneurship is nothing new in the Black community. Black people have historically worked hard to establish, maintain and grow their own businesses to cultivate an economic base in providing goods, products and services to consumers.


Cooperative economics at work in Peoria, Illinois

By William P. Muhammad

Creating opportunities in a community where little is recognized by some residents and casual observers, organizations like the Black-owned-and-operated Minority Business Development Center and the Black Business Alliance of Peoria offers economic solutions to underserved neighborhoods.


Message to Mark the 24th Anniversary of the Million Man March

By THE HONORABLE MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN

There are no creatures superior to the human being. The human being is the supreme of the creatures of God. In fact, the Bible calls us the Glory of God, but all of us have fallen short of the Glory of God and have not measured up to what God created us to be. Satan has made sure and has done his job, but his time is up. » CONTINUE

The critical hour demands building a future for ourselves and our people

By THE HONORABLE MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN

The Time for “marching” is over! We’ve done that, and we’ve accomplished a lot through “marches.” Through the Million Man March, we proved that we can rise above our differences because The Cause for which we were rising was greater than the things that divided us. So we came together to produce the Greatest Gathering ever to be seen in America—not by Black people, but by anybody!

Now what does that say? If we could rise above our differences to produce what never was seen before, and hasn’t been duplicated since, then what is our call today? » CONTINUE

The Nations Are Angry and Thy Wrath Is Come: It Is The Time Of The Dead That They Should Be Judged And Given Justice

By THE HONORABLE MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN

I bear witness that God is one, His people are one and his aim in removing this world of evil from power is to make the human family one again. So, the scripture will be fulfilled as it was in the beginning, so shall it be in the ending of this wicked world.

To my dear brother and Rev. Carl Pace, Jr., and to the deacons, board, and the parishioners of this beautiful church, thank you for the honor and the privilege of being with you in this sacred place. Thank you, Brother Sultan Muhammad, for your beautiful introduction. » CONTINUE

The War of Armageddon - How strong is the foundation? Can we survive?

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

My subject today is tangential, in that I’m not going to speak specifically on the resurrection of Jesus Christ, but on yours and mine. He showed us that the grave has no victory and death has lost its sting, but we have misunderstood the scriptures greatly to the joy of Satan. We are looking for resurrection from a physical grave, but the whole of humanity—Blacks in particular—are in a spiritual, mental, economic, political and social grave of ignorance. We are not the people that we should be. » CONTINUE

The Spirit of Warning

By The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan

I have dedicated my life to truth and to the service of a suffering Black people in the United States of America, and oppressed people all over the world. However, I have never been censured for my good works. I am censured and repudiated because I dare to speak the truth among those who hate the truth. And without truth, none of us can be free, and none of us can do justice, and none of us can have real peace. » CONTINUE

God Has Come For The Black Man And Woman

By HONORABLE MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN

If you have been to prison, I hope that you haven’t, but so many of us have: Lord, when the time comes for you to get out, you don’t want to hang around. In fact, you start getting ready before the morning of your leaving prison, to get out to meet your family and your friends. » CONTINUE

America Kindles God's Anger, Wrath

By HONORABLE MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN

Pastors today speak of the goodness of Jesus Christ, the mercy of Jesus Christ, the love of Jesus Christ, but, they are a little slow in preaching the Wrath of God through Jesus Christ. When Moses met God in a burning bush, the bush was burning but it was not consumed. The Honorable Elijah Muhammad said the anger of God was so great, yet, controlled. » CONTINUE

‘Healing The Wounds’: The Coming of The Messiah

By THE HONORABLE MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN

“Healing” is to make healthy; to make whole or sound; to restore to health; to free from ailment. To repair is to heal. To reconcile is to heal. To settle your differences is to heal. To free from evil, to cleanse, to purify is to heal. To effect a cure is to heal. » CONTINUE

GOD HAS COME To Answer Our Cry FOR JUSTICE

By THE HONORABLE MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN

Brothers and sisters, you are a good people, but you’ve been in the hands of a rebel against God; and any time God’s Guidance, His Law, is not respected by you, and you rebel against His Law, you make yourself an enemy of God, or a “devil.” In the Genesis of the Bible, Adam received good instruction. He wasn’t like us: We never talked with God personally; but Adam had a direct conversation with God, and then he rebelled. » CONTINUE

JUSTICE IS THE JOY OF FREEDOM

By THE HONORABLE MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN

All human beings desire to be free. In fact, every creature that Almighty God Allah created, He frees that creature from that which bounded it in its formation, and brings it forth into the light of this marvelous universe. And He has provided for each creature that He created a means to sustain and maintain its life; to reproduce its life, that that species may continue on our planet. » CONTINUE