Is the White Man Still the Devil? [NOOK Book]

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A historical, personal, and close up look at the Nation of Islam

and its founder, Elijah Muhammad, Islam, and Malcolm X. in

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Overview

A historical, personal, and close up look at the Nation of Islam

and its founder, Elijah Muhammad, Islam, and Malcolm X. in

a manner distinct from other presentations. The overall theme

of the book is the teachings of Elijah Muhammad that he

called Islam and its effect on the lives of those who became his

followers
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940148417729
  • Publisher: FriesenPress
  • Publication date: 9/4/2013
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 392
  • Sales rank: 1,300,114
  • File size: 4 MB

Meet the Author

Formerly known as Dr. Leo PX McCallum, became the first health professional who openly joined the Nation of Islam in 1958. Dr. Salaam’s experiences have ranged from being a follower (Fruit Of Islam) to becoming the first Captain of the budding Temple in Newark, New Jersey. Additionally, he has served as assistant Minister in Newark and Chicago and moved on to become the dentist for, as well as a close associate of the (Honorable) Elijah Muhammad, who autographed his copy of How To Eat to Live and listed Dr. Salaam as his “friend”. Dr. Salaam brings insights and an intimate portrayal, of the (Honorable) Elijah Muhammad, Malcolm X and the Nation of Islam not found elsewhere. Through the display and discussion of personal letters sent to Dr. Salaam by the (Honorable) Elijah Muhammad, never seen or published before, the sharing of excerpts from his own FBI freedom of information files, regarding the time he and his wife functioned as officials of Muhammad’s Temple #25, the reader gets drawn into a time and place that grabs our attention. With equally fascinating insight, Dr. Salaam shares with the reader, an Islamic Perspective with depth, insight and clarity. And much more!
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