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The Prophet Didn’t Bring That!

The Prophet  Didn’t Bring That!

 To offend this statement has been made without the offering of proof. We have seen Brothers and Sisters within other MSTA Grand Bodies and some who are not even in a Temple make declarative and affirmative statements as in saying what our Prophet did not teach. Now ask them what did the Prophet teach you can hear a ant sneeze, as they search within the shadow water of their empty minds and pull up pebbles as in trying to fool the unknowing in believing they are pearls. This has been a true detriment to the entire MSTA movement, as too many have either followed or taught on myths, conjectures and down right lies, for they have been seen as the mighty great ones within their misguided groups because they will not let go of the lie that they have been carry around for so long. It has become like a body part to them, if you tell them what they know is false teaching and pull out boat loads of actual proof, they would look at you as if you told them; they would have to cut off both their feet and hands. Read more…

Our Moorish Ramadan (Oct 1st -31st)

I have found since converting to Islam, each year the observation of “Ramadan” sparks many questions. The questions come from those who also observe “Ramadan” and those who do not. Moorish American Moslems do not practice Islam in the same fashion that Muslims practice Islam. This difference causes confusion amongst those who are not Moorish American Moslems. Some of the differences include the fact that we have different Prophets, speak different languages, and practice different cultural traditions. One of my closest friends is Ghanaian American. She is not religious, but her fiancé is Muslim and lives in Ghana, Africa. One of my Jewish co-workers and my closest friend both wished me a happy “Ramadan” season on Thursday, September 13, 2007. My response was thanks but My “Ramadan” hasn’t started yet. This response in both situations opened up a discussion about when and why Moorish American Moslems observe “Ramadan”.  Read more…

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