The Orientation Packet to the Nation of Islam

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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WELCOME 1

THUMBNAIL SKETCH OF THE HONORABLE ELIJAH MUHAMMAD 2

THUMBNAIL SKETCH OF THE HONORABLE LOUIS FARRAKHAN 3-4

OFFICIALS OF THE MOSQUE 5-6

PRINCIPALS OF ISLAM 7-9

CHARITY DISCUSSION 10-11

OPENING AND CLOSING PRAYER 12-13

AIMS OF ISLAM 14

INTRODUCTION OF M.G.T. & G.C.C. 15

EXPRESSION OF A MUSLIM 16

STUDENTS CLASS CREED 17

POSSESSIONS OF A CIVILIZED WOMAN 18

FOODS WE EAT & DO NOT EAT 19-23

CONCLUSION 24

WELCOME TO THE NATION OF ISLAM

As-Salaam-Alaikum,

On behalf of Minister Louis Farrakhan CONGRATULATIONS!! You have successful satisfied requirements put before us by Allah and His Messenger that qualify you to enter amongst us. Your persistence in doing so has awarded
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He began to rebuild from the remains of the Nation of Islam.

During the early 1960's, Elijah Muhammad became known as the Honorable Elijah Muhammad and was well on the way to establishing governmental order for black people. He always showed tremendous love for the black community.

IN 1974, The Honorable Elijah Muhammad completed a 40 year period (1934-1974). The year 1934 , represents the time in which he was left on his own by Master Fard Muhammad. The completion of this period climaxed a historic Saviors’ Day address, when he spoke on “The Black God.”

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MINISTER LOUIS FARRAKHAN

As a boy, his mother would give him the CRISIS MAGAZINE (an NAACP publication) to read as well as the black newspapers that were available. His mother, being a very dark and beautiful woman, wanted him to have a healthy respect and love for black people.

Many times as a young child he would cry himself to sleep after hearing his mother and her friends talk about the plight of black people. He remembers how he would lay on the floor, looking up at the blue sky, asking God,” why he would send help to other people and not to the black people in America?” One day when Minister Farrakhan was eleven years old, he visited his uncle in New York City and he saw a picture of a black man on the wall of his uncle's apartment, which was something very strange in the forties. He asked
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