What you are about to read is not fantasy or made up myth,i sent this
information below to a muslim to see if all the information was correct.
I was  told this was true by a muslim.What all American's should know.

So if you ever wondered why Obama took the American symbol down to replace it with his own image
of a full moon over red stripes, you will learn why below!
And you will know the truth.

Research concludes from a diversity of solid historical sources that:

1. "Allah" was the name of a demonic moon god prominent in that tribal group
well before Muhammad was even born.

2. When Muhammad received his "revelations" he himself considered them likely
 to be from demons. His cohorts, friends, relatives, persuaded him otherwise and essentially
 encouraged him to co-opt "allah" as the sole surviving tribal god into a new religion AS
POLITICAL AND GEOGRAPHIC CONQUEST. He thought that was a great idea.


A) running 7 times around the temple of the moon god called the Kaaba.
B) stones were thrown at the devil.
C) a crescent was a key religious symbol.
D) praying toward Mecca five times a day.
E) kissing the black stone.
F) killing an animal in sacrifice to the moon god.
G) fasting for the month which begins and ends with the crescent moon.

But essentially "Allah" is NOT the Almighty God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob.

The historical record - FROM ISLAMIC SOURCES - is quite clear. There's
nothing iffy or fuzzy about it. The sources are not celebrated these days in
Islamic circles for obvious reasons. But they have been considered accurate
 and authoritative for many hundreds of years.

"Allah Akbar!" means Allah ak bar which at its Semitic root means:
 God is without a son or rendered more colloquially "God has no son".

"I shall terrorize the infidels. So wound their bodies and incapacitate
 them because they oppose Allah and His Apostle." (Qur'an:8:12)

Why is there a crescent moon on the front of every mosque? To this
day, a crescent moon can be found at the front of every mosque,
 acknowledging that Allah was, and is the moon god.

In conclusion, ISLAM is founded on the worship of a pre-
Islamic pagan moon god elevated to the one sovereign god by Muhammad's vision.

In Mecca, circling around the cuboid stone mimicks the energy needed
to open a portal in a spirit world. ISLAM is unwittingly opening
evil doorways and inviting themselves to become more possessed by Satanic forces.


Here is some extra information on how they

believe,look below, they brain wash people with lies

They make them believe  to start with


 there is a good foundation for what they teach-WRONG!

They then place a extreme hate motive into

their minds in a leadership type way,



 in order to

get them to do their wishes ( Mind ) ( control )

This makes them believe they are gaining

 power-which is for self=remember you are the victim!

 even if it means your own death

 or imprisonment, you will be used-deceived & taken for  

 all the money they can get to further their evil plot.


A Octopus has to have suckers to catch its prey.


Black people do not need to follow after these kinds of people!

The God of heaven & earth is God to all who seek him & call apon His name!

In the last days behold there will come many deceivers saying the Lord is here


& there-But believe them not- For the Lord himself shall descend

from heaven with a shout, with the voice of the archangel,

and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ shall rise first:


Rev 1:7 "Look, he is coming with the clouds, and every eye will see him,

even those who pierced him; and all the peoples of the earth will


mourn because of him. So shall it be! Amen.
Matt 24:30 "At that time the sign of the Son of Man

will appear in the sky, and all the nations of the earth will mourn.

They will see the Son of Man coming on the clouds of the sky,

 with power and great glory."




If you do not stand for what is right & true

 you will fall for everything.


Now if what you just read above was not

twisted enough-wait till you read this below also.


February 26, 1975


Elijah Muhammad Dead; Black Muslim Leader, 77


Chicago, Feb. 25--Elijah Muhammad, spiritual leader of the nation's Black Muslims,

died here today of congestive heart failure.


The death of the 77-year-old "Messenger of Allah," as his followers called him,

came as thousands of Muslims were gathering in Chicago for


 their biggest annual religious celebration, Saviour's Day, scheduled for tomorrow.

Mr. Muhammad suffered from heart trouble, bronchitis,


asthma and diabetes. He entered Mercy Hospital Jan. 30.

Mr. Muhammad was considered by Black Muslims as the "


Last Messenger of Allah." Strict adherence to that belief might

cause some problems of succession, but it is expected generally

 that one of his sons will assume the leadership.


Mr. Muhammad is survived by six sons and two daughters.


Built Religious Body
By C. Gerald Fraser

In his 41 years as its spiritual leader, Elijah Muhammad molded the

Nation of Islam into a significant religious body.


At the same time, he developed the Nation of Islam's empire of

schools in 46 cities, restaurants, stores, a bank, a publishing

company that prints the country's largest circulating black


 newspaper, and 15,000 acres of farmlands in three states that

 produce beef, eggs, poultry, milk, fruit and vegetables delivered


 across the country by Nation of Islam-owned truck and air transport.

Elijah Muhammad did not create the Nation of Islam but he built


it on a number of principles. Among them: Islam is the true

religion, "knowledge of self" is vital, "doing for self" is necessary,


 the black man is supreme and the white man is "the devil."

These principles caught the imagination of thousands of mostly


 young, male and female, lower-class black American former

Christians who became followers of Mr. Muhammad. And


recently, black professionals--physicians, police officers and

the college-educated, for example--have joined the movement.


Estimates of membership range from 25,000 to a high of 250,000

claimed by the movement.


These principles also brought down upon the Nation of Islam scorn

 from black and white Americans. But Elijah Muhammad contended

that to call whites "blue-eyed devils" was neither to hate them


 nor to teach hate. "They say that I am a preacher of racial hatred,"

Mr. Muhammad once said, "but the fact is that the white people


don't like the truth, especially if it speaks against them. It is a

terrible thing for such people to charge me with teaching


 race hatred when their feet are on my people's neck and they

 tell us to our face that they hate black people. Remember now,


 they even teach you that you must not hate them for hating you."


Comments by Marshall

Many blacks did not buy that explanation. Supreme Court

Justice Thurgood Marshall, a black liberal and a civil rights

 lawyer in 1959, said then that Mr. Muhammad's organization


 was "run by a bunch of thugs organized from prisons and jails

and financed, I am sure, by Nasser [Gamal Abdel Nasser of Egypt]


or some Arab group." Justice Marshall added that followers of

 Mr. Muhammad were "vicious" and a threat to the Federal


 Bureau of Investigation and state law enforcement agencies.

The negative view was shared by most blacks described by


the press as "black leaders." But a black conservative, George Schuyler,

 a columnist for The Pittsburgh Courier, held the view more common to

 many among the black masses. "Mr. Muhammad," Mr. Schuyler


wrote in 1959, "may be a rogue and a charlatan, but when anybody

 can get tens of thousands of Negroes to practice economic solidarity

, respect their women, alter their atrocious diet, give up liquor,


 stop crime, juvenile delinquency and adultery, he is doing more

 for Negroes' welfare than any current Negro leader I know."


There were thugs, dope addicts and prostitutes in the Nation

 of Islam. But their conversion from criminal to believer was viewed

in black communities as a near miracle. Blacks were awed by the


discipline, and admired the orderliness the followers displayed.

Where home, school and church had failed many of the followers,

 Mr. Muhammad had succeeded.


The opportunity to be "somebody" was one of Mr. Muhammad's

major offerings to black men and women who joined the

Black Muslims--the name given the group by Dr. C. Eric Lincoln,


 chairman of the department of religion and philosophical studies

 at Fisk University and author of "The Black Muslims in America."

Dr. Charles V. Hamilton, a political scientist and member of


the Columbia University faculty, said Elijah Muhammad "was one

 of the few who has been able to combine religion and

 race with a rather continuing economic influence."


Fard Founded Nation

Actually, the concepts preached and practiced by Mr. Muhammad

were handed to him by the founder of the Nation of Islam, W. D.

Fard, or Master Farad Muhammad. Where Mr. Fard came from and

where he went when he dropped out of sight are unknown. But in


a 1930 Depression-ridden Detroit, "The Prophet," as he was

 known to customers who bought the fabrics he peddled from

door-to-door, created the Temple of Islam.


He told those who listened that he had come to "wake the Dead

Nation of the West," that he would teach the truth about the


white man, that blacks must get ready for Armageddon--the inevitable

 confrontation between black and white--that black men were

not to be called "Negroes" and that Christianity was the religion of the slavemasters.

Mr. Fard established Temple No. 1 in Detroit, the University


 of Islam--the temple's elementary and secondary school,

 Muslim Girls Training Class and the Fruit of Islam-- the elite

corps of males assigned to protective and disciplinary functions.

As was his practice, Mr. Fard gave his followers their "original"


name, and the man who came to him as Elijah Poole received the

 name Elijah Muhammad. Mr. Fard selected a Minister of Islam

 and a staff of assistant ministers. Elijah Muhammad, as one of

 the assistants, became very close to Mr. Fard, and after Mr.


Fard disappeared in 1934, Elijah Muhammad became the Minister of Islam.

Mr. Fard has since been deified as Allah and his birthday, Feb. 26,

 is observed throughout the Nation of Islam as Saviour's Day.


Elijah Muhammad's ascent is another instance of a black man from

a small Southern town who achieved national eminence as a


religious leader. He was born in Sandersville, Ga., on Oct. 7, 1897.

 His parents were sharecroppers--and former slaves. His father,

Wali Poole, was also a Baptist preacher, and Elijah was one of 13 children.

His formal education ended at the fourth grade, and at 16 he left


home. In 1919 he married Clara Evans and in 1923, with two children,

they moved to Detroit. A series of jobs included work on a Chevrolet assembly line.

The Detroit experience was as critical to his later activities as


were his modest beginnings. Mr. Fard and Mr. Muhammad were building

a Northern urban movement in bad economic times with predominantly

Southern-born blacks.


At various times in Detroit during the nineteen-thirties Communists,

 anti-union, pro- Ethiopian and pro-Japanese elements tried to

co-opt the movement. In this period Elijah Muhammad was arrested

for contributing to the delinquency of a minor because he sent


his children to the University of Islam instead of to Detroit's

public schools. And finally, internal turmoil within the Detroit temple caused

Mr. Muhammad to move to Chicago, where he established Temple No. 2.

Along with non-Muslims, Elijah Muhammad was arrested in Chicago


 in 1942 and charged with sedition and violation of the Selective Service Act.

Cleared of the sedition charges, he was convicted of exhorting his


 followers to avoid the draft and he was sent to Federal prison in Milan,

Mich., for about four years. He was credited with controlling the

Nation of Islam from his prison quarters.


Role of Malcolm X

It was a man who joined the Nation of Islam in prison, however,

who gave the movement its greatest exposure. El Hajj Malik El-Shabazz--Malcolm X.

Malcolm X joined the Nation of Islam in a Massachusetts prison.


He was released from jail in August, 1952, and his rise paralleled

 the period of most significant growth in black awareness.

Malcolm X was Elijah Muhammad's most prominent apostle.


 Malcolm X was the chief spokesman, the main recruiter; he brought

the heavy-weight boxing champion Muhammad Ali into the movement.

 But by 1963 Malcolm X was disenchanted, while denying that he was a


rival of Mr. Muhammad for top leadership. He believed Mr. Muhammad's

religious interpretations that excluded Caucasian Moslems too narrow,

and he was concerned by the Black Muslims' policy of


non-engagement in civil rights and political affairs.

In the 10 years since Malcolm X's assassination by three said to

 be Black Muslims, Elijah Muhammad ruled his movement from its

 Chicago headquarters. (Occasionally, he spent time in


Phoenix, where the climate relieved some of his asthmatic discomfort.)

Mr. Muhammad, a small man about 5 feet 5 inches tall with a high,

thin voice, held court in his offices, listening to aides, weighing

 their reports by balancing what they said with the qualities


he saw in them as individuals. He was serious but witty and

verbally creative. He illustrated many of his spiritual lessons

 about the need of blacks to elevate their behavior, as he saw it,

with little humorous dramatic sketches.


Although Mr. Muhammad personally enjoyed

disasters that befell whites, seeing them as Allah's work,

 he sought to prevent any public expression of Muslim


enjoyment of the event. Thus, he suspended Malcolm

 after Malcolm X had said of the assassination of President

 Kennedy that the "chickens had come home to roost."


He prevented Black Muslims from participating in the

 country's political process, including any political


activity on behalf of a separate state, because, he contended,

what was to be achieved by the Nation of Islam was to be


 achieved divinely, though natural catastrophes and warring among

 whites on a national and international scale.

Relations with American black Moslem groups have

become increasing hostile since the assassination of


 Malcolm X. Black Muslims were accused of killing seven

 persons associated with the Hanafi Muslims in Washington

 two years ago. And Sunni Muslims in Brooklyn


were said by the police to have tried to steal guns from a

 sporting goods store to prepare for a war with Black Muslims.

In recent years, Mr. Muhammad moderated the


anti-white tone of the religion. He remarked last year that

"The slavemaster is no longer hindering us, we're hindering

 ourselves. The slavemaster has given you all he could


 give you. He gave you freedom. Now get something for yourself."

Elijah Muhammad was a mystic. But his mysticism

was applied; it always had a quite earthly purpose.


Forerunning transcendental meditation and other modern

 popular sects, he saw the need for 20th-century religions

 to declare themselves based on science, not faith. Islam


was a science and a "way of life," not a religion, he said. Yet,

he would refer to the Mother Plane, a mysterious space ship


 with superior beings, giant black gods or something like that,

 that patrolled the universe, keeping an eye on

the devil and ready to rescue Black Muslims from Armageddon.



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