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Download Revolution by the Book Reader î 197pages ↠ [Download] ➹ Revolution by the Book: The Rap Is Live Author Join or create book clubs – Eyltransferservices.co.uk Revolution by The Book by Imam Jamil Al Amin stresses that real revolution begins within us upon our recognizing the sovereignty and preeminence of GodF conversation in the mediaof Malcolm X his odyssey from early life to being a Muslim when he died; he was a visible image and I'm sure his conversion to true Islam had an impact on many different people It made me look at Islam evenseriously than I would haveI began to ask myself ‘in terms of what they are talking about what's wrong with it?’ I couldn't find anything wrongIt caused me to investigate it evenwhich reuired my becoming a Muslim” “It became evident that to accomplish the things we had talked about in the struggle you would need a practice Allah says He does not change the condition of people until they change that which is in themselves That is what Islam does and it points out right from wrong It points out truth from falsehood Allah has allowed me to understand that it is not race or color that is the issue The only important thing is the word of AllahThis book gives us a detailed look at the spiritual views of the unjustly incarcerated Muslim leader and is recommended for anyone interested in human rights It is a summary of the tenets of Islam from an African American perspective a valuable text for any new Muslims and an excellent introduction to the teachings of Islam for non Muslims

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Revolution by The Book by Imam Jamil Al Amin stresses that real revolution begins within us upon our recognizing the sovereignty and preeminence of God as Creator and Lord This produces a radical and fundamental change that frees our minds and allows us to perceive and accept Divine authority The results are renunciation of the temporal and submission to God’s universal timeless TruthIn the late 1960s he was known as H Rap Brown Chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee SNCC Minister of Justice of the Black Panther Party and on the FBI's most wanted list Today he is Jamil Al Amin a devoted Muslim dedicated to the principles of the Holy ur’an and the traditions of Prophet Muhammad PBUH Imam Al Amin the youngest of three children was born in Baton Rouge Louisiana in 1943 His father worked as a laborer for Esso Standard Oil His mother taught children at an orphanage and also worked as a maid As a youth the 6'5 Brown was an excellent athlete excelling in basketball and football The name given to him by his parents was Hubert Geroid Brown The street named him Rap He had a scathing dexterity with the language combining profound intellect with blunt coarseness We played the Dozens like white folk

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Revolution by the Book The Rap Is LiveS play Scrabble a mean game where you try to totally destroy somebody else with words Influenced by many writers committed to the struggle of Blacks for freedom the nineteen year old H Rap Brown found Howard University inspiring and motivating He had attended Southern University for a while but spent summers with his brother who attended Howard By 1964 Brown had moved there and become politically involved in SNCC Under the leadership of Stokely Carmichael SNCC had rejected its earlier policy of nonviolence and adopted a strong anti white position It discouraged whites from participating in the organization and disdained their support Carmichael criticized many of the tactics of the civil rights movement and demanded Black Power for his people Brown's boldness and commitment were recognized by the SNCC leadership He confronted the political establishment with fearless verbal assaults that moved and inspired He helped break the spell which slavery and segregation had cast over African Americans who held white leaders in awe and reverence In 1967 at the age of 23 he was elected chairman of SNCC succeeding CarmichaelExcerpts“In the struggle we were familiar with Islam in different ways because there was a lot o