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Letters To The Editor

Malcolm X: A Revolutionary

Askia Wejd

Jumada' al-Akhirah 24, 14402019-03-01

The month of February marks the martyrdom of Malcolm X (proper Islamic name, El Haj Malik el-Shabazz). Without doubt, he was a great revolutionary.

Islamic Movement

The life and times of el-Haj Malik Shabazz (Malcolm X)

Khadijah Ali

Jumada' al-Ula' 04, 14382017-02-01

El Haj Malik Shabazz (aka Malcolm X) was a remarkable Muslim leader who emerged from the ghettoes and rose to meteoric heights. He was gunned down in the prime of his life because of his incredible influence on African Americans amid fears that he might cause a revolution in America.

Main Stories

Muhammad Ali: boxing legend, human rights activist

Khadijah Ali

Ramadan 26, 14372016-07-01

Muhammad Ali was not only a world-class boxer, he was also a human rights activist and stood against the immoral Vietnam War and refused to fight there for which the US establishment punished him. In death, however, they eulogized him because he had become an international icon.

Islamic Movement

Malcolm X’s experiences at Hajj

Raziuddin Syed

Jumada' al-Ula' 21, 14372016-03-01

One of the most remarkable transformations in the life of Malcolm X occurred during Hajj. Some of these experiences are narrated here that were published posthumously.

Letters To The Editor

Malcolm X

Askia Wejd

Jumada' al-Ula' 21, 14372016-03-01

This long-time reader thanks us for not forgetting the life and struggle of Malcolm X (El Haj Malik el Shabazz), the most outstanding leader of the African-American community in the last century.

Daily News Analysis

Malcolm X on the mind

Adamu Adamu

Jumada' al-Ula' 12, 14372016-02-21

February 21 marks the 51st anniversary of the martyrdom of El Haj Malik el-Shabazz, better known as Macolm X. Born Malcolm Little, he adopted the letter 'X' after his name to signify rejection of the name imposed on him by the white supremacist establishment. His was a life of struggle, sacrifice and ultimately triumph through martyrdom. We reproduce this article first published in Crescent International on March 1, 2015 to honor him.

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Remembering el-Haj Malik Shabazz (Malcolm X)

Khadijah Ali

Rabi' al-Thani 22, 14372016-02-01

Malcolm X—real name El Haj Malik Shabazz—arguably the most outstanding Islamic leader in America will not be remembered as Martin Luther King Jr was. The difference is that Malcolm was totally uncompromising with the oppressors. Some memorable quotes of Malcolm X A self-taught man, Malcolm X’s character and qualities can be discerned from his statements.

Islamic Movement

Tarek Mehanna and the myth of US free speech

Tahir Mahmoud

Jumada' al-Akhirah 09, 14332012-05-01

Dr. Tarek Mehanna, an American-born Muslim citizen, was handed a 17-year-prison sentence by a Boston court on April 12 for no greater “crime” than exercising his First Amendment right to free speech.

Book Review

New book on Malcolm X aims to fill gap between myth and legend

Zainab Cheema

Rajab 29, 14322011-07-01

Considered already by many to be a definitive work, Professor Manning Marable’s Malcolm X: A Life of Reinvention (Penguin Group (USA) Inc., New York, 2011; 594 pages; hbk. $30.00) is reviewed for CI by staff writer Zainab Cheema.

Special Reports

The life, times and legacy of Malcolm X

Zainab Cheema

Safar 27, 14322011-02-01

In the month marking the 46th anniversary of Malcolm X’s shahadah (real name El-Hajj Malik Shabazz), the task of tabulating his political legacy is a rather delicate enterprise. In US cinematic culture, he is perhaps known best from Spike Lee’s 1992 film.

Islamic Movement

Malcolm X’s understanding and example of hikma in political activism

Fahad Ansari

Muharram 23, 14292008-02-01

Malcolm X, who was assassinated in New York on February 21, 1965, was a unique figure in the history of Islam in America, and a leader who has inspired generations of Muslim everywhere, particularly those living in non-Muslim countries. FAHAD ANSARI considers his legacy.

Book Review

Struggling to fit Islam - the divine religion - into the American mainstream

Aisha Geissinger

Jumada' al-Ula' 10, 14191998-09-01

Steven Barboza’s book, American Jihad, is an inversion of the message of Emerson’s ‘Jihad in America’. Barboza uses the idea of jihad and the life of Malcolm X - a combination guaranteed to get most Americans’ attention - as starting-points for a discussion of the different ways American Muslims practise jihad.

Features

Remembering (and forgetting) African Muslims in the Americas

J A Progler

Dhu al-Hijjah 04, 14181998-04-01

When Alex Haley asserted in his 1976 novel, Roots: The Saga of an American Family, that its main character Kunte Kinte was a Muslim, he was dismissed by many American historians.

Features

The life and times of Malcolm X: new reflections

J A Progler

Shawwal 19, 14181998-02-16

A key document for understanding Malcolm X is his Autobiography, published posthumously by Alex Haley. The Autobiography highlights the changes Malcolm went through during his life while also maintaining several consistent concerns. However, despite its usefulness, this document needs to be viewed in the context in which it was produced.

Malcolm X at Harlem Freedom Rally (1960)

Malcolm X (Malik el-Shabazz)

Shawwal 22, 13891970-01-01

When we say “our” we do not mean Muslim nor Christian, Catholic nor Protestant, Baptist nor Methodist, Democrat nor Republican, Mason nor Elk. By “our” Harlem Freedom, we mean the black people of Harlem, the black people of America, and the black people all over this earth.

Malcolm X at Queens College (May 5, 1960)

Malcolm X (Malik el-Shabazz)

Shawwal 22, 13891970-01-01

One who practices this Divine Obedience is called a Muslim, commonly known, spelled, and referred to here in the West as Moslem. There are over 600 million Muslims on this earth, predominantly in Africa and Asia, and we here in America under the Divine Guidance of Mr. Elijah Muhammad are an integral part of the vast World of Islam that stretches from the China Seas to the sunny shores of West Africa.

Malcolm X at Bayard Rustin Debate (November, 1960)

Malcolm X (Malik el-Shabazz)

Shawwal 22, 13891970-01-01

In the past two years, the Honorable Elijah Muhammad has become the most talked about black man in America because he is having such miraculous success in getting his program over among the so-called Negro masses. Time magazine last year wrote that he has eliminated from among his followers alcohol, dope addiction, profanity—all of which stems from disrespect of self.

Eleanor Fischer interviews Malcolm X 
(1961)

Malcolm X (Malik el-Shabazz)

Shawwal 22, 13891970-01-01

Well, any form of integration, forced integration, any effort to force integration upon whites is actually hypocritical. It is a form of hypocrisy involved. If a white man puts his arm around me voluntarily, that’s brotherhood. But if you hold a gun on him and make him embrace me and pretend to be friendly or brotherly toward me, then that’s not brotherhood, that’s hypocrisy.

Malcolm X at Harvard Law School Forum (March 24, 1961)

Malcolm X (Malik el-Shabazz)

Shawwal 22, 13891970-01-01

As students, scholars, professors and scientists you should be well aware that we are living in a world and at a time when great changes are taking place. New ideas are replacing the old ones. Old governments are collapsing, and new nations are being born. The entire “old system” which has held the Old World together has lost its effectiveness, and now that Old World is going out. A new system or New World must replace the Old World.

Malcolm X at Open Mind Roundtable (October 15, 1961)

Malcolm X (Malik el-Shabazz)

Shawwal 22, 13891970-01-01

Yes, I think there is a new so-called Negro. We don’t recognize the term “Negro” but I really believe that there’s a new so-called Negro here in America. He not only is impatient. Not only is he dissatisfied, not only is he disillusioned, but he’s getting very angry.

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