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Nation of Islam Student Minister Demetric Muhammad announced via email and social media that his latest book is now for sale and will be available at The Nation of Islam’s upcoming Saviours’ Day Convention in Detroit, Michigan. The book it titled, “But, Didn’t You Kill Malcolm: Myth-Busting The Propaganda Against The Nation of Islam”.
“I am happy to announce that our latest work in the cause of the defense of the truth has met with the approval, blessing and support of the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan. It will be available for sale at the Saviours’ Day vending area,” he stated in the email announcement.
In a post on his website, he write: “The most popular myth in the Black community is arguably the myth that the Nation of Islam killed Malcolm X. Numerous barber shop and beauty salon conversations have taken place over the last 55 years since Brother Malcolm’s assassination. Early on many “conscious” (i.e. woke) and aware members of the Black community would always rebuke the notion of the Nation of Islam having killed Malcolm X. But as time has moved on, the propaganda machine of the United States Government has strengthened this myth with numerous documentaries, articles and books all aimed at furthering the notion that the Nation of Islam killed Malcolm X.”
“So nowadays, this myth is stronger than ever. This myth has become the psychological deterrent that keeps many among the suffering masses of Black youth from embracing the teachings of the Most Honorable Elijah Muhammad and the Nation of Islam. These teachings, which really constitute divine guidance and instruction, offers solutions to the myriad of well-known problems within the Black community. So this book aims at dispelling and eliminating this widely held myth from the minds of those who have been victimized by it, Black youth…”
Demetric Muhammad is based in Memphis, TN and is a member of The Nation of Islam Research Team.
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